Social is bringing new levels of collaboration and transparency across the enterprise from the inside and across the supply chain…
You can’t stick a Porsche engine in a VW Beetle and expect it to perform like a Porsche. Roughly translated in social enterprise speak, you can’t shove a 21st century application in a 20th century organisation and expect it to perform either.
When Benioff was asked during a press conference last week what share of customer IT spending Salesforce.com currently claims, he demurred, saying it’s different for every customer “so you have […]
Now, having come back from Dreamforce, and having had the opportunity to speak to customers on the way back, and having had time to rest and reflect, I think it’s […]
Gene Roddenberry should’ve been a Social Media Guru. Or maybe he already was a Social Enterprise maven and was way ahead of his time. I’ll admit to being a bit […]
The danger here is that as social enterprise software becomes more adaptive to an individual user’s needs, it learns their behaviours, filters the information, and therefore potentially could deem a vital piece of information as non-critical and fail to deliver it on time.