The corporate world's response to the phenomenal growth of social media has ranged from enthusiastic embrace to abject horror.
Stories by Chris Nerney
Social media platforms such as <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/slideshows/2010/052610-twitter-quiz.html">Twitter</a>, Facebook and LinkedIn increasingly are being used by enterprises to engage with customers, build their brands and communicate information to the rest of the world.
Active Interest Media, which publishes magazines like American Cowboy, Black Belt and Vegetarian Times, always had a somewhat liberal "bring your own device" policy for employees.
Implementing standards has not been easy
Sun win could inhibit development efforts by other Java licensees
The sandbox security feature in the next Java Development Kit (JDK) will give programmers even greater control over what downloaded applets can do on their computers and networks, JavaSoft officials said last week.
Novell comes to IP Multicast party
Mail spamming will get worse before it gets better, says campaigner
Freedom of speech comes under spotlight as Net growth takes off