Chapter 9 - Full Student Version - Oct 30, 2013

People you know the least but they contribute the

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Unformatted text preview: ew connections to your social network 1-14 A Network Diagram 1-15 How Do Social Networks Add Value to Business? Organizations have social capital just as humans do Social capital is measured using: number of relationships, strength of relationships, and resources controlled by “friends” Endorsements by high profile people are a traditional way of increasing social capital Progressive organizations maintain a presence on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and possibly other sites 1-16 Comparing Web 2.0 with traditional processing 1-17 New features in Google Maps? 1-18 How is Social Networking Enabled by IS/IT? Besides the ubiquity of computers and the relative low cost, three other considerations and benefits of technology are: improved search capabilities reduction in the trade-off of richness and reach network effects 1-19 What is Web 2.0? Web 2.0 Describe applications and platforms on the web Tim Reilly is noted for helping to establish the concept of Web 2.0 Examples include smartphones, user created content, social networking, location and context-based services and dynamic marketplaces Google,...
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