March 2, 2011

Two faces of social media: marketing vs. enterprise 2.0 collaboration

by David Spark

Sure social media is a great tool for marketing, but its communications capabilities make it a great tool for your company’s HR department as well. Here’s some of my coverage from the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, Calif., in November. Continue reading

February 22, 2011

Business hierarchy doesn’t affect online collaboration

by David Spark

Here’s some of my coverage from the ICIS Conference in St. Louis. I was covering the event for Dice and Dice News.

When you’re collaborating online with a virtual team, which relationship dynamic works the best? A rigid internal structure of system roles or human relations? Continue reading

December 1, 2010

How enterprise 2.0 tools have evolved this year

by David Spark

Find out what you can do with Enterprise 2.0 tools today that you couldn’t do a year ago. This video coverage is from the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Santa Clara, Calif. Continue reading

October 8, 2010

How has social networking saved your ass?

by David Spark

Here’s a compilation I shot last week at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference while reporting for Yammer.

At TechCrunch Disrupt I asked attendees, presenters, and exhibitors how social networking has saved their ass. We’ve all had stories of the community providing information we needed in a moment of crisis. Continue reading

October 4, 2010

Still hunting for right solution to manage the endless flow of information

by David Spark

Here’s one of my interviews I shot last week at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference reporting for Yammer.

Irritated by the endless flow of information that you can’t seem to make any sense of? You’re not alone. We’re all looking for a solution, even Harry McCracken, Editor of Technologizer. Continue reading

September 29, 2010

YourVersion: Building recommendations through implicit & explicit behavior

by David Spark

I’m at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference reporting for Yammer.

Dan Olsen is the CEO and co-founder of YourVersion, which Olsen describes as Pandora for real-time web content. Just as you tell Pandora about what music you like, with YourVersion you tell them about what kind of information you like. And in both cases the applications respectively serve up music and news/real-time content to your desktop. Continue reading