Gen Y-comprised of 18- to 29-year-olds-may reign supreme when it comes to social networking, but how do they compare to Gen X and Baby Boomers when networking for jobs?
Stories by Kristin Burnham
If you suspect that malware may have compromised your computer, head to Facebook's new 'malware checkpoint' where you can ensure your system is clean and virus-free.
News broke last week that LinkedIn's mobile app for iOS devices was collecting full meeting notes-including meeting locations, participants, dial-in information and passwords-without your knowledge.
LinkedIn users: Change your password.
Consider this scenario: Summer is approaching and your work keeps piling up. You consider hiring an intern to lessen your load, but debate it because training him can feel like a second job.
Since making its Open Graph applications platform available two months ago, Facebook Timeline apps have grown in a big way: Today at the SXSW conference, the social networking company announced that nearly 3,000 Timeline apps are now available.
Social media privacy awareness is increasing among Americans, according to a new study. However in the battle of the sexes, women trump men when it comes to locking down the privacy of profiles.
Google sparked controversy on Tuesday with the announcement of a major search update that includes content from its budding social network, the announcement posted on Google's blog, Google Fellow Amit Singhal says, "Search is still limited to a universe of webpages created publicly, mostly by people you've never met. Today, we're changing that by bringing your world, rich with people and information, into search."
If you're not a fan of Facebook's new Timeline, you're not alone. In a <a href="http://blogs.cio.com/facebook/16698/3-things-youll-hate-about-facebooks-timeline">CIO.com poll</a> of more than 600 people, 87 percent responded that they dislike the new profile design.
Whether you were looking for ways to be better at your job, seeking advice for making mobile devices safe and efficient within the enterprise or brushing up on Facebook privacy, CIO.com helped you stay a step ahead of your colleagues in 2011.
Facebook users: Get ready for more changes in the way the social network operates.
Sometimes the ads that appear in your Google search results or in Gmail are a bit of a mystery. That's why Google is now explaining how they work and rolling out two new features: one that gives you transparency into why the ads are appearing and one that lets you manage the ads that you see.
With Facebook's constant stream of changes, keeping up with your privacy settings can be daunting. Here's a rundown of the newest features, what the changes mean to your privacy and how to update your settings.
If you care to keep your past in the past, Facebook's new version of the profile, called Timeline, makes that a little more difficult.