According to a recent Microsoft research study, 58% of Asia Pacific employees feel that social tools at work help increase their productivity, yet 37% feel that their companies underestimate the value of the tools, often restricting their use.
The Women Deliver 2013 global conference from May 28-30 in Kuala Lumpur saw the launch and inaugural use of +SocialGood, a new approach to global engagement that connects innovators around a shared vision: The power of technology and new media to make the world a better place.
According to a new study by Accenture, Asean businesses are not taking full advantage of the interactive opportunities presented by digital technologies.
Social media marketing ‘not-a-guru’ Jagdish Singh begins a regular series that looks at using social media to meet business objectives, with his experiences as a client.
Future employees will face a very different work life from today – never tethered to one location and able to share and access knowledge more easily – thanks to the acceleration of consumerization and the influx of devices and platforms entering the workplace, predicts Ovum.
A panel discussion on the first day of the IBM Connect 2013 conference in Orlando, Florida highlighted some major trends which would define social business this year and beyond.
After yesterday’s main theme of how organizations are leveraging upon the benefits of implementing a social business strategy, the second day of IBM Connect in Orlando, Florida shifted its focus to the underlying technologies and trends which enable a social enterprise. Gabey Goh reports.
Gabey Goh gives a rundown of Day One of IBM Connect 2013 in Orlando, Florida.
The first day of IBM Connect, the company’s rebranded annual Lotusphere conference, saw several announcements and additions to its software portfolio, with new social offerings that it claims would help companies gain deeper insights into big data generated through the use of social networks.
In a new report on “2013 Trends to Watch: Bundled Outsourcing,” independent technology analyst firm Ovum looks at the phenomenon of IT services bundling and how it will influence the IT market in 2013.