Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things
Social Networking stories - Page 2
Massive jump in Google+ users
"Given this momentum, it is hard for me to imagine a scenario where Google+ doesn’t end up with hundreds of millions of users."
Introducing the new LinkedIN company pages
With 85 million business members, who wouldn’t want a business page there?
Germany bans employers from Facebook
Germany is considering passing a law making it illegal for employers to stalk their employees on Facebook.
Google buys social network app developer
Social technology company Slide has been scooped up by Google for a more social web.
Email on the move is the future
Convenience and collaboration are driving a boom in wireless email, with research firm Gartner tipping a billion users worldwide by the end of 2014.
B2B network gets caffeine boost
VBIZNZ (www.vbiznz.co.nz), the popular social networking site for businesses, is getting a makeover and a new name.
Email is a major marketing tool
More online consumers use email than social networks for brand interaction, according to a new study from US digital marketing firm ExactTarget.
CONNECTING ON FACEBOOK
It’s a useful addition in my life, and it’s not just for the young ones – we all can socialise in a networking way.
NETWORK OR NIGHTMARE?
Who needs another social network? Good question. We look at Google Buzz
RSA summit updates the latest threats
The onus, therefore, still rests heavily on the user to be sensible.
Web access – and censorship – growing
More New Zealanders are online than ever before, and broadband use continues to rise.
Tech issues are part of privacy law review
The Law Commission wants the public’s views on how technology has affected privacy, as it prepares a major review of the Privacy Act.
Top cop urges global unity against cyber terror
The head of America’s federal police has reinforced fears of war in cyberspace (see last month’s NetGuide, page 14), saying that the cyber terrorism threat is real, and it is rapidly expanding.
Facebook celebrates 6th birthday
Originally called ‘thefacebook’, Zuckerberg’s original Web site allowed students to see who was in their classes, locate their friends and see who their friends’ friends were.
Accept the invisible Xmas gift
If you see Christmas functions as an obligation then I suggest that you’re insane. But there are benefits.