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Charlene Li’s ‘The Engaged Leader’ Tells Executives How To Lead Without Fearing Social Technology

Technology can be a scary thing. No matter whether you’re trying to figure out ephemeral messaging apps like Snapchat, why you’d want to use a live-streaming service like Meerkat, or simply what’s your return on using Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. But imagine how difficult it could be for corporate executives who…

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With Work, Facebook Aims to Consolidate All of Our Social Engagement (and Data) Under One Platform

The battle for being social in the enterprise has heated up once again. Earlier this month, Facebook announced that it was launching a new offering specifically for businesses. Called Work, it’s intended to close the gap between the personal and the professional identities people have on the social network. With the…

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Echo’s New DIY Studio Service Aims To Enable Users To Create Branded Social Media ‘Experiences’

Social media engagement is certainly a program many brands and publishers have included in their marketing and public relations arsenal. However, for some, finding the right balance to create a proper environment that is seamless and native can be rather difficult. Does a business seek out developers to find ways…

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Transforming The Box: Aaron Levie’s Mission To Show It’s More Than Storing Files In The Cloud

The world of cloud storage has certainly heated up over the past couple of years, let alone months. Nary a day goes by when we’re probably reading news about the latest service to increase storage capacity. Just this summer, Microsoft did just that with its OneDrive service, giving free account…

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