Tuesday, June 4th, 2013
Here is a great post from Andy Beal on how to manage your reputation online.
The first step is to find out what others are saying about your brand.
• If possible, monitor hourly as early action is crucial.
• Create custom RSS feeds based on keyword searches: Feedster.com, Technorati.com, IceRocket.com, Google.com/blogsearch, Blogpulse.com, MSN Spaces, Yahoo! News, Google News, MSN News and PubSub.
o Monitor This allows you to monitor a single keyword across 22 different search engine feeds at the same time.
• Filter all feeds into one RSS Reader for easy and time-efficient monitoring options include: Newsgator.com, Bloglines.com, Google Reader or Pluck.com.
• Sign up for Google and Yahoo email alerts using your desired keywords (http://alerts.yahoo.com/ and www.google.com/alerts).
• Determine message boards/forums to track: BoardReader.com, ForumFind.com, Big-Boards.com, BoardTracker.com, iVillage, Yahoo Message Boards, MSN Money
• Determine groups to track: Yahoo Groups, AOL Groups, MSN Groups, Google Groups.
• Track changes on web pages via tools such as Copernic Tracker, Website Watcher and WatchThatPage.com. Monitor every page of your competitor’s web site and specific keywords on pages, etc. Also, a good tool for tracking posts to user groups, message boards, forums and blog comments.
Have a look at the other tips Andy has for you.
Managing Blogosphere Feedback
Friday, December 9th, 2011
The more research I read, the more I realize that the enterprise is barely holding it together. Sure, some of the dysfunction can be attributed to trying to keep up with emerging technologies or changing demographics of their workforce or customers. But when new research reveals that most organizations can’t leverage existing work, enterprise knowledge, and institutional memory, I only have two words: face palm.
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Here is the original:
The Enterprise is Untagged and At Risk
Thursday, March 25th, 2010
Information and document management provider FileTek (news, site) has just released new content migration software that enables users to move documents that are stored on network files into enterprise content management systems.
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Originally posted here:
FileTek Releases Migration Tool, Adapters For SharePoint, IBM, Open Text
Friday, January 8th, 2010
More eDiscovery software, this time from FileTek (news, site). It has just teamed up with Laserfiche (news, site) to create the Trusted Edge Intelligent Email Archive solution for Laserfiche, effectively extending Laserfiche’s enterprise content management functionality by enabling it to tackle unstructured email content.
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Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
Jeff Immelt holds the GE Vscan ultrasound scanner.
SAN FRANCISCO–In a wide-ranging interview at the Web 2.0 Summit, Jeff Immelt, CEO of General Electric, announced a low-cost and very portable ultrasound scanner called the Vscan.
“It’s about the same size as a BlackBerry,” Immelt said, holding up a white device that appeared to fold in the middle like a flip-phone. The top of the device showed an ultrasound image (of a patient’s liver, we were told), while the bottom showed control keys.
“This is Moore’s law,” he said, saying that the device had the same power as a console ultrasound from two to three years ago that would cost $250,000.
The price of the device was not revealed, but Immelt asked the audience to imagine these devices going to Africa and helping health care providers there determine “if a baby is breech,” for example. “This could be the stethoscope of the 21st century,” he said.
Immelt also gave a demo of an enhanced online medical records system, in which patient data is combined with clinical outcome data and research to help caregivers apply effective and current treatments to patients. Medical records, he said, don’t win only because they give patients portable electronic files, but rather, “it’s about making better clinical decisions faster.”
On the topic that the Web 2.0 audience was expecting to learn more about, the potential sale of GE’s NBC Universal, Immelt said, “An IPO would be fine.” Also: “You’ve got to think a couple of years head in this space and think, there might be other partnerships. We’ve got all the options.”
See also: Comcast CEO: We are not a dead duck.
See also: Smallest ultrasound system for fast diagnoses .
GE shows off pocket-size ultrasound scanner