Guest Post We are suffering from a major case of denial. We tend to tell each other only the good news, totally ignoring social intranet problems — low quality app and too much hype — as if they don’t exist.
Editor’s Pick In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture arm, is treated with reverence by business software providers.
We invited four enterprise CEO’s for an interview at the VentureBeat office. The catch? They had to explain their tricky tech to a panel of kids.
U.S. and U.K. teams use the cloud to collaborate.
Guest Post In my opinion, the future of social software isn’t as a standalone service, which simply becomes a fire hose of irrelevant conversations for workers.
Editor’s Pick Silicon Valley residents often forget how unique this place is as an entrepreneurial hub, and challenging it is for people in other countries. For these nine British natives, coming to Silicon Valley has meant breaking away from English tradition.
Sponsored Post About three years ago, AKQA was facing a challenge: with 900 employees and thousands of external clients…
Sponsored Post Today, it seems almost everyone is social. It’s incredible to think that every minute, Twitter users average 100,000 tweets, Facebook users post…
Sponsored Post Legacy technology – such as SharePoint – was designed to keep enterprise content inside the firewall and the outside world, out. In the pre-internet era, this was all well and good but…
Guest Post Collaboration startups clearly want their customers to use an on-device app when on a smartphone or tablet, but taking a one-size-fits-all approach is bad for users and performance.
Editor’s Pick Check out our inaugural list of the young tech founders and CEOs who are bringing innovation to the enterprise.
Buffer, a social network scheduling service, chooses when to send out your status updates for you and just added LinkedIn to its repertoire, along with Facebook and Twitter.
Editor's Pick Last week, VentureBeat hosted its first ever CloudBeat conference. It was a huge success (if we do say so ourselves), with more than 400 executives from cloud startups, leading cloud service providers, and various Fortune 500 companies coming together to talk shop. You can check out complete coverage of panels, talks and sessions here.
iPads have taken over the boardroom, and corporate CEOs and their egos are to thank for the somewhat surprising trend. At least, that’s the consensus among a panel of cloud computing and enterprise experts who gathered to discuss the reality and implications of mobile devices infiltrating the office.
Business social networking company Jive published a study conducted by Penn Schoen Berland today that shows more than three-fourths of the top executives in large enterprises consider collaboration software like Yammer and Huddle a top priority.