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Technology, Services

Decline in Facebook's Organic Reach is Killing Brand Pages

If you haven’t already noticed, Facebook’s organic reach for branded posts have been on a steady decline since past few algorithm developments. Now, Facebook treats every brand post as a digital property of a brand that is aimed to divert viewers’ attention towards itself.

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mehulb

If you haven’t already noticed, Facebook’s organic reach for branded posts have been on a steady decline since past few algorithm developments. Now, Facebook treats every brand post as a digital property of a brand that is aimed to divert viewers’ attention towards itself. Reducing the gap between simple branded posts and social advertisements, the biggest social network is cleverly materializing one of its biggest long-term revenue streams that it has been strategizing over a span of last year.


Business Issues, Applications, Big Data, Cloud

ERP must have flexibility and mobile interfaces

That's what the Tweeps said in our #CIO chat today.

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Community Manager
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jdodge

Is ERP maybe be a relic of old IT or something can help drive the digital enterprise? We tackled that question in Thursday's Twitter chat and no one seemed really sure. 

My chat takeaways are ERP has to be enterprise-wide and must possess interfaces to embrace `consumerization of IT' and myriad devices. Think concentric circles with systems of record surrounded by systems of engagement.


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

How "Management by Hallway Conversation" can destroy a CIO's organization

Why an “ad hocracy” is just as bad, or worse, than a bureaucracy.

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A while back I was asked for an opinion about an organization that had gained a well-deserved reputation for poor service, undependability and poor teamwork.  To call them dysfunctional would have been an understatement.   Others in the organization either dreaded or flat out refused to work with them.  My initial observation was that there appeared to be a lack of any type of managerial discipline. There was no leadership, no clear sense of purpose or direction and no consistency.  They seemed to react to every event, be it positive or negative, inconsistently.

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Business Issues, Technology, Applications, Big Data

Big Data critical to the gaming industry

Data is the new currency: Business Value Exchange.

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Community Manager
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We keep hearing that data is the new currency, that it's the lifebood of many industries wanting to stay as close to customers as possible.


Technology, Big Data

How about some Data-as-a-Service for your enterprise?

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Data as a Service (DaaS) – not to be confused with Desktop as a Service – has been called the “cousin” of software as a service. Like all members of the “as a Service” (aaS) family, DaaS is a cloud strategy used to facilitate the accessibility of business-critical data in a well-timed, protected and affordable manner. DaaS is based on the concept that specific, useful data can be supplied to users on demand, regardless of any organizational or geographical separation between consumers and providers.


Technology, Converged Infrastructure

The great SDN debate

Open standards or hardware lock-in for Software-defined Networking?

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HP Blogger
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ccoggrave

At Cisco’s big event in San Francisco last week the primary focus, predictably, was on Software-defined Networking (SDN) and Cisco’s belated entry into that market with its ACI product.