The Social, Mobile Web: Business Productivity in an Era of Twitter, Facebook, and Unified Communications

I’m attending the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. I’m sharing my notes from this session. Clara Shih,founder and CEO of Hearsay Labs, which develops web applications to track brand engagement and accelerate sales on Facebook and Twitter. She is also the author of The Facebook Era: Tapping Online Social Networks to Build Better Products, […]

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Is Enterprise 2.0 a Crock?

I’m attending the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. I’m sharing my notes from this session. e2 Moderator – David Berlind, Chief Content Officer, TechWeb Jamie Pappas, Manager, Social Media Strategy, EMC Bryce Williams, Social Media Consultant, Eli Lilly Megan Murray, Community Manager/Project Coordinator, Booz Allen Hamilton Claire Flanagan, Senior Manager, KM and Enterprise Social […]

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Integrating Google Wave into the Enterprise

I’m attending the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. I’m sharing my notes from this session. Andy Fox, Vice President, Engineering, Novell Alexander Dreiling, Program Manager, SAP Gregory D’Alesandre, Product Manager, Google Wave Chad Wathington, VP, Product Development, ThoughtWorks Greg started off, giving a brief demo of Google Wave and the concept. (I started using […]

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Social Media: Policy Formation & Risk Management

Today, I am in San Francisco at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference at the Moscone Center, speaking on a panel about social media policies. I gave a presentation on Cloud Computing at the 2009 version of the Conference in Boston: Evening in the Cloud and Compliance and a presentation on blogging at the 2008 version of […]

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Enterprise 2.0 Made Easy With Compliance

Enterprise 2.0 Made Easy – Part 1 from Geek & Poke

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How Did Madoff Go Bad?

Last Friday, the SEC published the exhibits for Investigation of Failure of the SEC to Uncover Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi Scheme (Report No. OIG-509). That was 536 separate exhibits tying to fill in the background on what happened with the SEC and Madoff. The one that caught my eye was exhibit 104 that summarized a June […]

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Money Laundering Awareness Handbook

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development issued a handbook that provides guidance designed to help tax examiners and tax auditors detect and deter money laundering: The Money Laundering Awareness Handbook for Tax Examiners and Their Auditors. The purpose of this handbook is to raise the awareness level of tax examiners and auditors on money […]

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FINRA and Social Networking

Wall Street bankers and analysts increasingly want to use social networking to connect and interact with customers. But financial services companies have a hard time trying to comply with the compliance and regulatory requirements. Social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn provide new ways for financial service firms to connect, inform and interact […]

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Happy Halloween!

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Compliance Bits and Pieces

Here are some interesting compliance stories that have not made their into their own posts: Canada’s Commitment to Combating the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials: Watching Bill C-31 from the Wrageblog Bill C-31, An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act and the Identification of Criminals Act, was introduced […]

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