Today’s post is the first in a new weekly series that will be called “High Five,” in which I will list the five most interesting, compelling, and/or useful links from each week.
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BARE stands for “Be Authentic, Relentless, and Everywhere” and is the equivalent of the Commander’s Intent that accompanies military orders. Detailed strategies for implementing social media are good, but what do you do when the unexpected happens?
How free Web 2.0 technologies significantly improved the conference experience for presenters, live attendees, and remote participants.
The ever-advancing web is continuously lowering the cost of online collaborative solutions and improving usability. Although we all know this intuitively, many people who don’t closely follow the latest innovations in technology are not away of the number of free solutions available to organizations. This article discusses how to go about leveraging these technologies.
Phishing is a deceptive tactic used in emails, on bogus web sites, and other communication media that convince people to click on a link that typically brings the user to an impostor web site. These cyber attacks are generally attempting to accomplish one or both of the following: Surreptitiously obtain personal account information Plant virus […]