From privacy and compliance issues to job satisfaction woes, these were the stories IT managers clicked on the most in 2011:
Many companies use social networking sites to promote their business, while nearly all employees have personal accounts on those sites. And when the lines between the two are blurred – as in this recent lawsuit – things can get complicated.
Most users in your company probably browse social networking sites at some point during the work day. But do they know how dangerous those sites can be?
For a few years, employers in the tech sector and elsewhere have been using social media sites to find job candidates and research potential employees. Now, a new web service aims to help evaluate how people’s web presence will help or hurt their chances in the job market.
IT managers are being called on to help their businesses write or revise social networking policies for their companies. And thanks to some recent legal activity, organizations now have to worry about whether their policies will get them sued.
Social networking can be a boon for businesses’ marketing and customer service efforts – or it can have a significant negative effect on the bottom line. A recent study looked at the cost of social networking for business when it’s not used properly.
Is your company looking for more and better ways to use Facebook to help the business? The social networking site has a new resource for you.
Facebook is massively popular, but is it the best social network for personal and professional use? Maybe not, now that Google has developed a social networking site.
Facebook can be a boon for a company’s business or an individual’s career. But it can also be a security threat, or – as politicians have proved – a major source of embarrassment.