CMS Report - Keyword: corporate blogging

  • Confident Technologies, Inc. Delivers Image-Based CAPTCHA

    Unique, Image-Based CAPTCHA Decreases Website and Transaction Abandonment, Increases Security and Conversion RatesSAN DIEGO, CA, May 12, 2010 ‒ Confident Technologies, Inc., a provider of intuitive and secure authentication solutions today announced the immediate availability of Confident CAPTCHA™, an image-based alternative to the difficult-to-read, text-based CAPTCHA tests used on websites to stop spam and bots. Confident CAPTCHA increases website security while greatly improving the user…

    By CTI
    Posted: June 23, 2010

  • Press Release: WordPress for Business Bloggers book

    Packt is pleased to announce the release of a new book for business bloggers. Written by Paul Thewlis, WordPress for Business Bloggers teaches users to build an attractive and professional blog with advanced plug-ins, analytics, advertising, and SEO. WordPress allows users to easily create dynamic blogs with many outstanding features. Its versatility and ease of use has attracted a large, enthusiastic, and helpful community of users, who have created a large and diverse collection of plug-ins. …

    By neha-shaikh
    Posted: September 09, 2008

  • Quoting IT: Corporate Blogging

    "If you think you need filtering technologies to be sure your employees aren't damaging your reputation, that's a management problem, not a technology one.  If employees can't be trusted, technology is the least of your problems." -Tim Bray, Director of Web technologies at Sun Microsystems Inc., "Keeping Secrets in a WikiBlogTubeSpace World", ComputerWorld, March 19, 2007

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 30, 2007

  • Robert Accettura: Blog Marketing

    "Most corporate blogging is pretty poor. For the most part it’s slightly reworded press releases put on a blog-styled webpage. A few companies on the other hand break this model such as Lenovo, Sunbelt Software, Sun, and Google’s various blogs (though the official Google blog is rather lame, the product blogs are pretty good as are some prominent Google employees such as Matt Cutts)."Complete Story

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 17, 2006

  • Six Apart: Some Favorite Corporate Blogs

    Anil Dash writes: "I’m here at a technology evangelism event today, and one of the speakers here is Jeremy Zawodny, a long-time Movable Type blogger, one of Yahoo’s most prominent faces in the blogosphere, and a pretty good judge of how to promote things using blogs."Complete Story

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 04, 2006

  • Retail Bulletin: UK not ready for new generation of employees

    "The research was carried out among more than 1,600 business executives across 16 European countries, with in excess of 260 responses from the UK. Its results indicate that key business areas – such as employee working methods, as well as customer, supplier and partner collaboration and processes – are neglected and do not meet the needs of a generation that will represent a greater proportion of the workforce by 2010 than people born just after World War II." Complete Story

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 30, 2006

  • InformationWeek: Internet Consumer Technologies Creeping Into Enterprise Software

    "Consumer-led uses of social networking and "the wisdom of crowds," where the activities of large numbers of other people help dictate your choices, are creeping into enterprise software...And if Wikipedia can tap consumers around the world to compile an encyclopedia, why can't a similar system compile information inside your company, or between your sales force and its prime prospects?"Complete Story

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: September 27, 2006

  • Six Apart: Corporate Blogging Doesn't Have To Suck

    "There’s a lot of healthy and well-justified skepticism about the idea of a corporate blogs, even though many of us take the idea for granted. So we spend a lot of time trying to show people how this Business Blogging thing should be done."Complete Story

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: August 24, 2006

  • TYPO3 4.0.1 Released

    TYPO3 4.0.1 Released

    TYPO3 4.0.1 was released to address some bugs as well as make some slight improvements over last April's 4.0 release. The Enterprise content management system contains the following new features and improvements in 4.0.1: Compatibility Parameters for showpic can now be disabled FORM submit buttons with images are now valid XHTML Installation/Upgrade The TYPO3 upgrade wizard better clarifies the upgrade process and functionality …

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: August 01, 2006

  • IT Quote of the Week

    "The equity a corporate blogger builds up is portable, in other words. Rather than sticking to the company, it will follow the blogger—even if the blogger heads to a competitor." -Nicholas Carr, Lessons in Corporate Blogging, BusinessWeek Online

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 18, 2006

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