People can be productive from almost anywhere thanks to high-speed networks, cloud computing, and mobile devices. Flexible work options are fast becoming the norm, with 57% of US companies offering some form of telecommuting. Today's #E2sday takes a look at a few characteristics of people working out of the office.
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In talking to people about enterprise social networks, we often hear a lot of confusion about what an ESN offers versus popular social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn. One big difference is that ESNs like Socialcast offer companies complete control of their community. You choose the features, policies, security levels, whether to deploy behind the firewall or in the cloud, and what to do with the data. While the products look similar, ESNs differ from Facebook and LinkedIn in a number of important ways. Take a look at the key distinctions and why they matter.… Read more »
“When can you start?” After months of careful preparation and countless interviews, these words are full of promise. Yet one or two missteps in the early days at a new company can have a long-term impact on your future opportunities. Starting off on the right foot is important for any new job, in any industry. This is especially true for new college graduates.… Read more »
The momentum for enterprise social networking continues to build. Analysts like Gartner and Forrester who cover the space along with a number of high-profile thought leaders such as McKinsey Global Institute have validated that companies are increasing their investment in social tools and technologies in the workplace.
I am continually impressed by the various ways our customers are using Socialcast – many times it is in ways that we had not initially envisioned. There is still quite a bit of skepticism regarding the actual business value of enterprise social networks. This stems primarily from ROI-driven approaches to software investment, which is fairly easy to calculate when evaluating software that automates business processes.… Read more »
Employee disengagement continues to sweep across the U.S. workforce, considerably affecting productivity and the bottom line at companies. Gallup’s latest estimates classifies 71 percent of the U.S.… Read more »