The Ultimate Privacy Test: Who (Or What) Knows You Best?

by Meghan Hubert on January 28, 2015

Friends know your biggest triumphs, your personal struggles and your deepest secrets. You consider this to be a choice – who you confide in, who you trust, with whom you share your most personal information. We are continually aware of the people we let into our lives, but what about computers? Does Facebook know more […]

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Reflections of CES 2015

by Mark Pilatowski on January 23, 2015

If you attended this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, there’s no way you missed the prevalence of marketers and consultants like Michael Kassan and Wenda Harris Millard. They seem to be everywhere — and their presence only expands as the event has grown. Marketers, who used to come to the conference like deer in headlights, are […]

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Seven Seconds To Impress: Five Common Misconceptions of Online Reputation and Identity Management

January 23, 2015

Seven seconds – that’s the amount of time it takes for someone to form a first impression. Consider how initial impressions play out in the digital cosmos. Online identities exist on many evolving online platforms. Your digital footprint is a powerful tool to gain critical opportunities, to enhance your professional presence, and to drive business […]

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Facebook at Work Comes at an Optimal Time: A Teaser of the Enterprise Platform

January 16, 2015

Facebook at Work, the social network’s much-anticipated release, launched to a limited audience on Wednesday. The new app is expected to be available for iOS and Android, but will only be open to companies that have joined Facebook’s pilot program. This enterprise platform will operate separately from traditional Facebook accounts, making Facebook at Work accounts […]

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Qnary Roundup: Twitter’s Video Feature, Android’s Smartphone Goes Wearable, and More

January 9, 2015

Each week, the Qnary team hosts a Friday morning meeting where we discuss the most interesting issues in social media today. Here, we recap those for you. This Super Secure Android Smartphone Is Built Into A Watch While the market is already saturated with smartwatches — and will become even more so later this year […]

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Qnary Roundup: E-Strap, “Smart” Cities, and More

January 2, 2015

Each week, the Qnary team hosts a Friday morning meeting where we discuss the most interesting issues in social media today. Here, we recap those for you. Report: Montblanc ‘e-Strap’ Can Turn Any Watch into a Smartwatch Montblanc has an novel way for “dumb” watches to stay relevant, according to aBlogtoWatch: an e-Strap that turns […]

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Qnary Round Up: Instagram Purge, Facebook Stocks, and More

December 28, 2014

Each week, the Qnary team hosts a Friday morning meeting where we discuss the most interesting issues in social media today. Here, we recap those for you. New Facebook App Lets You Put Stickers All Over Your Photos The company on Friday released a new app called Stickered for Messenger, which allows users to add stickers […]

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CES: Showroom floor and beyond

December 23, 2014

In a few short weeks, thousands of people will descend on Las Vegas, Nevada, for the International Consumer Electronics Show. Many are well aware that wearables, 3D printing, robotics, smart technology, and gaming will be hot items in the exhibition halls. Issues concerning personal privacy and cyber security measures will also be discussed. However, the […]

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Qnary Roundup: Auto-Enhanced Photos, Trendy Wearables, and More

December 19, 2014

Each week, the Qnary team hosts a Friday morning meeting where we discuss the most interesting issues in social media today. Here, we recap those for you. Facebook Now Auto-Enhances Photos Posted From iPhones Facebook is taking a page out of Google+’s playbook, and is now automatically editing photos posted to the social network from […]

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Qnary Roundup: Instagram, Grammy Nominations and More

December 12, 2014

Each week, the Qnary team hosts a Friday morning meeting where we discuss the most interesting issues in social media today. Here, we recap those for you. How Big Is 300 Million? A Look at How Instagram Stacks Up. Instagram hit 300 million active users on Wednesday, a total that puts the service in rare […]

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