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The power of data: LinkedIn launches new recruitment tool
The reports feature easy-to understand visualisations of data ready for exporting and sharing with business leaders and stakeholders.
LinkedIn reveals Australia’s most powerful CEO profiles
“These Power Profiles have developed their brand on LinkedIn by sharing their diverse experiences and voicing their opinion on topics that matter.”
LinkedIn partners with Infor CRM to boost sales productivity
LinkedIn Sales Navigator for Infor CRM can provide users with deep relational data across all applicable devices in real-time.
Rittal joins industry heavyweights to promote standardisation
The rack producer has joined global vendors like HPE and GE Digital in the Open19 Foundation to help cut costs, save power and increase flexibility.
LinkedIn’s 2017 Global Top Companies list - did you make the cut?
Schneider Electric, a global organisation that specialises in energy management and automation, is one of the companies that made the list.
LinkedIn integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 announced
Microsoft has unveiled new business solutions and capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics 365 to empower companies to transform digitally.
U.S. House of Representatives Hosts IDCA at Ford House Office Building, Washington, D.C.
IDCA takes an exclusive look inside LinkedIn data centers in the US.
Subdomain spoofers turning to ‘trusted’ brand LinkedIn to spam users
LinkedIn has become the target of a new phishing campaign, and the company is powerless to block the attacks in the traditional ways.
Are you guilty? Australia's most overused words on LinkedIn profiles
Australia’s most overused words on LinkedIn profiles have just been revealed, one of which didn’t make the top 10 last year.
Words Kiwis should probably avoid using on their LinkedIn profiles
“Using the right words and substantiating them with real examples of your work makes your profile more authentic.”
Microsoft wraps up LinkedIn deal – What now?
"Today marks the beginning of a journey to bring together the world’s leading professional cloud and the world’s leading professional network."
No more hurdles: Microsoft to close LinkedIn deal in "coming days"
“With this regulatory process behind us, we can bring together two great companies and focus on even broader issues for the future."
Check Point uncovers new ransomware threat using images and social media
"They are continually searching for new techniques to use social media as hosts for their malicious activities."
LinkedIn launches discreet new tools for job-hunting professionals
Looking for new jobs without alerting your current employer can be tricky, so LinkedIn has now made it easier for Australian members on the job hunt.
LinkedIn launches online learning platform to tackle 'ever-shrinking shelf-life of skills'
LinkedIn is hoping to make it easier for businesses and professionals to boost their professional skills, with the launch of LinkedIn Learning.
LinkedIn reveals its top Australian tech influencers
LinkedIn has revealed its top influencers in Australia, showcasing the strength of personal brands and how they can grow your business.
The Aussie stats behind LinkedIn's 100 million APAC membership swell
8 million Australian professionals are now on LinkedIn, whose membership numbers across the APAC region have just swelled to more than 100 million.
The Kiwi stats behind LinkedIn's 100 million APAC membership swell
New stats from LinkedIn's Talent Trends survey show membership's been growing strong in the Asia Pacific region, reaching 100 million professionals.
'LinkedIn for Youth' platform launches for students, graduates and educators
The platform connects youth, educators, service providers and businesses together to support students through education, training and employment.
LinkedIn reveals new vision for the modern day data center
LinkedIn has had itself a busy month. In June, the social networking site for the professional world announced it had been acquired by Microsoft
Keith Watson to leave Hewlett Packard Enterprise after 12 years at helm
"Over the next four months I will work with the team to provide a smooth hand over to a new leader."
Australian C-Suite execs not interested in security, survey finds
A third of Aussie organisations have suffered a security breach in the past 12 months, with a lack of interest from CEOs named the biggest challenge.
The biggest losers in the Microsoft/LinkedIn merger could be other social networks
Some are a bit skeptical, but I believe Microsoft has swung for the fences by buying LinkedIn.
Ovum: Microsoft isn’t the only vendor threatened by the imminent arrival of Facebook at Work
"The $26.2bn price tag suggests that LinkedIn had other major suitors, but Microsoft clearly felt it was a price worth paying."