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Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

gigaom.com
Note to CIOs: If you don’t think your workers are using Dropbox to store and share business documents, you’ve got another think coming. One out of five of 1,300 business users surveyed said they use the consumer file-sync-and-share system with work documents, according to new research by Nasuni, an enterprise...
Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

SlideShare Now Supports Business Videos On Professional Content Platform

techcrunch.com
SlideShare, the “YouTube for presentations,” has been making a big push to become the go-to platform for professional and business content. Last year, the startup unveiled two premium services for businesses, LeadShare and AdShare. And earlier this year, SlideShare launched another business-friendly product, branded channels. Today, the startup is...
SlideShare Now Supports Business Videos On Professional Content Platform
Yelp makes a better second impression in Q2 with $32.7M in revenue and $0.03 loss per share

Booting Up: All Facebook Everything

betabeat.com
You know who. (Photo: flickr.com/prospere) Facebook's 421,233,615 shares are opening at $38 each [Facebook] Who's getting paid today? [Fortune] A picture of a Facebook share [Business Insider] Facebook had a wacky hackathon last night! [VentureBeat] How will Europe ever build the next Facebook? [New York Times] Hong Kong trading platform...
Booting Up: All Facebook Everything

Instagram lost 25% of its daily users after term of service debacle? Not so fast

bgr.com
Following Facebook’s $1 billion acquisition of Instagram in April, the popular photo sharing application grew more than 1,100% over the next six months. In looking to better monetize the service, Facebook (FB) updated its terms to help bring in new advertisers, however many users feared Facebook may be looking to...
Instagram lost 25% of its daily users after term of service debacle? Not so fast

InfoArmy Rethinks Competitive Intelligence, Hits 1,000 iPad-Only Crowdsourced Reports

pandodaily.com
When it launched in mid-June, InfoArmy made two bold moves toward its goal to hit 100,000 competitive intelligence reports on leading companies: It’s available only on iPad and its data comes from crowdsourcing. This week InfoArmy hits 1,000 reports, some of which are free via its iPad app including Yammer,...
InfoArmy Rethinks Competitive Intelligence, Hits 1,000 iPad-Only Crowdsourced Reports

Twitter Investor Chris Sacca to Third-Party Developers: Stay the Course

www.pehub.com
Shared by louisgray Worth reading just for this line: "Business Insider has attained a level of sensationalism that I can’t take seriously as journalism any more. Just look at how many times they retweeted their own article today." Note I never share Business Insider because I am not subscribed, and...
Twitter Investor Chris Sacca to Third-Party Developers: Stay the Course
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?