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Why Jefferson County, Colo. uses Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn

The risks of employee use of social media came into sharp relief this month when individuals working for Chrysler and for Aflac posted evidently unacceptable comments on Twitter and summarily found

Study: Third-party Twitter clients generate 42% of tweets

Despite Twitter's recent assertion that about 90 percent of users now access the microblogging service via the company's official applications, social media analytics firm Sysomos reports that

FCM coverage at AIIM/info360 2011

As we attend sessions and stroll the expo hall at AIIM/info360 2011, we want you to be part of the action--even if you're not in Washington, D.C. with us. Ron Miller and I will be attending the

Open government strategies may want to consider security, governance...Sharepoint?

Back in December 2009, the White House challenged the federal government to be more transparent and better leverage social media by issuing an Open Government Directive. More than a year later, many

This week in Twitter: Charlie Sheen winning, the Oscars losing

We're all on a drug, and it's called Charlie Sheen. The actor/warlock/total bitchin' rock star from Mars is America's latest and greatest all-consuming obsession, dominating every screen and

JPMorgan negotiating to take minority stake in Twitter

Financial services giant JPMorgan Chase reportedly is in deep talks to acquire a minority stake in Twitter that would vault the social interaction network's valuation to close to $4.5 billion. Citing

Twitter CEO: Mobile experience must be the same across all devices

BARCELONA, Spain--With Twitter's mobile user segment continuing to multiply, CEO Dick Costolo said it's imperative that the user experience becomes consistent across all operating systems. During a

Twitter poised to hike Promoted Trends advertiser rates

Twitter is preparing to increase advertiser rates for its Promoted Trends effort, which inserts marketing messages into lists of hot topics trending across the microblogging platform. Initially

Google, Facebook target Twitter takeover

Microblogging juggernaut Twitter remains the target of intense acquisition interest, with Silicon Valley giants Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Facebook reportedly among the companies in low-level

Twitter blocked in Massachusetts legislature

Lawmakers and their staff working in the Massachusetts legislature are banned from using Twitter on their office computers, according to a report in the Boston Herald. The legislature's IT department