Social Media could be considered as an entertainment channel only. We exchange experiences with friends, we find new contacts and relations, we upload photos, we announce events etc but actually there is more to it…..much more.
All executives in enterprises should understand that social media will change some aspect of the companies strategy. It might be have a slight impact but it can also mean a mayor change of your business. AIC are experts in how to make the best use of social media applications to your company.
The video “Social Media Revolution” has maybe exaggerated some aspects and statisticas of the Facebook evolution, or the importance of Twitter etc.., but there is no doubt that yet another digital media concept has impressed us with its incredible growth and evolution.
Word by mouth was also mentioned in the video. The concept is impressive and to give you some more information I will ask you to visit www.trnd.es
“Get ready to feel free” says the newsletter’s tittle. LogMeIn launches application for iPhone / iPod touch.
We’ll be able to log in our remote computer from anywhere in the world with a free Internet connection. Shall we stop buying laptops or netbooks? We just need an iPhone with connection to the internet, have a computer constantly switched on and pay 23’99 € it costs us the application.
What’s better, having your netbook and free Wi-Fi connection or the iphone, the application and the pc swiched on? What’s cheaper?
Does this really makes us free? Isn’t it a way of always have chance (obligation) to solve problems at work?
“Young people do not read or watch traditional news nowadays. They share information on Twitter or facebook. If we’re not these networks, we won’t be able to talk about the army”. The Pentagon said that by the end of April this year. Just like the cristian religious people that travelled to Africa to “convert” people that lived happy with their thoughts, the Pentagon tryed to increase the number of american soldiers using the social networks.
Four months later, we read this: “The Pentagon believes that social networks are dangerous in terms of national security.” From now on the soldiers/marines who are working around the world, may not participate in their Twitters, Facebooks and Myspaces. There will be “justified and necessary” exceptions within this restriction will last a year.
However, knowing that you work in the army and your country is (always) at war…Who are you going to tell confidential information?