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What is driving corporate social networks?

What LinkedIn made possible for industry connections and Facebook did for friendships, can emerging enterprise social networks do the same for a company’s workforce? It’s indeed a big opportunity waiting to be tapped and someone to conquer it. Most popular social sites don’t really have much of a palpable learning curve or novelty, since many users are familiar with them. Specialized networks such as LinkedIn are facing a similar situation. Continue reading

A new drive to search and sync data with overall Google experience seamlessly

The Internet giant has just introduced Google Drive, a platform to create and share, collaborate and retain all of your important data. It’s the company’s response to popular online storage tools such as Box.net, Dropbox, SugarSync, and Microsoft’s SkyDrive. It provides free online, synchronized 5GB of storage, with paid upgrades up to 1TB. With it, people can easily create, compile and collaborate on different text and visual material. What are its other key features? Continue reading