Here's some important data on consumption, curation and creation from Brian Solis... According to Forrester Research, overall adoption of social technologies has effectively reached saturation. 80% of people in the US engage with social media, which is equal to the number of people who text via SMS or equivalent to the ubiquity of those who … Continue reading The Three C’s of Information Commerce: Consumption, Curation, Creation
Open source software may be the answer... "There's a persistent perception that open source software is being ignored in the enterprise, that IT management fears it and it ends up being more costly to deploy than proprietary solutions. That's certainly the perception that some major software vendors would like you to have. But it's Jeffrey … Continue reading Looking for savings in your ‘enterprise’?
Image via CrunchBaseThinking about a business blog? I think about it all the time..."Search Engine Land blogger Ciarán Norris says there is no right way to blog. He cites Forrester's recent policy decision to require its analysts to blog at Forrester.com, which seems like the wrong path to take but, given the recent exodus of … Continue reading Business blogging
Because Forrester has some interesting data to support it... "While only 4 percent of US online adults have ever used a location-based service, like popular check in app Foursquare, data from research firm Forrester shows that young adult males with college degrees appear to be the main user group. In addition to being the main … Continue reading Why should I care about Foursquare?