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Tag Archives: Social
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Last week’s news that the passwords of every Twitter user around the world had been exposed in plain text is a stark reminder of the sometimes-fragile nature of security in the online places we trust...

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MIT Sloan Management Review: As a leader of a large public organization, how are digital tools, such as social media, changing the way you do your job? Santa Ono: I have an integrated communications...

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A recent week-long shutdown of several popular Web-based services in Sri Lanka was intended to clamp down on mob violence, but the government action had several unintended consequences. The shutdown, ordered...

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Many leaders adopt enterprise social media (ESM) platforms as the cornerstone of their organization’s internal digital transformation with the hope that employees will reap the highly desirable...

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Imagine you had a magic wand, and with a quick flip you cast America with an aging “social contract.” One in which few go to college and most would retire by age 65. Many of whom stay withdrawn and...

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Part of the government’s role is to provide social protection for factors that make people vulnerable. For example, people face unemployment, health problems, and other factors that create physical,...

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“Smart cities are cities that utilise the Internet and Digital Technology to enhance the quality of life, performance of services and reduce costs by optimising energy consumption. The focus is on creating...

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R. Edward Freeman is a professor of strategy, ethics, and entrepreneurship at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. He tweets @re_freeman. Heather Elms is an associate professor...

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Join Cisco CSR’s #CiscoChat on Thursday, November 2 to see how social entrepreneurs are leveraging technology for good. IoT – Cisco Blog ...