Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn: CIOs that don’t get social media should get out

Do you want to know the most redundant debate ever? It goes something like this: “Should the CIO get involved in the use of social media?”

Whether at the personal level, or at a wider organisational remit, experts across the technology industry continue to debate – both online, in print and at conferences – whether . . . → Read More: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn: CIOs that don’t get social media should get out

10 must-reads for a CIO who is creating a social media strategy

Consumerisation is changing your business. Smart CIOs will already be thinking of ways to deal with the influx of consumer-purchased IT, finding ways to connect such devices securely and to let workers collaborate effectively.

Much of this connectivity will be facilitated through a mix of mobile technology and social media networking. Social media retains a . . . → Read More: 10 must-reads for a CIO who is creating a social media strategy

Is Quora yet another platform to help the gurus evangelise?

A New Year brings new hype – and top of the shop right now is Quora, “a continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organised by everyone who uses it” (so says the ‘about’ page of its web site).

Founded by ex-Facebook CTO Adam D’Angelo and colleague Charlie Cheever, Quora was started . . . → Read More: Is Quora yet another platform to help the gurus evangelise?