Designing a Productivity Application

To meet the needs and demands of a 5,000-person multinational professional services firm, the recommendation is to utilize Google’s G Suite Enterprise solution. G Suite offers various cloud-based collaboration tools, as outlined on GeniusProject.com.  Collaborative project management – “makes it possible to plan, coordinate, monitor and manage complex projects carried out by teams.” Recommended solutionContinue reading “Designing a Productivity Application”

Working With People That You Never See

Collaboration tools such as email, chat, phone and video conferencing enable teams to work in ways that didn’t exist even 20 years ago. Teams don’t have to be located in the same office, building, or even city: they can work and communicate virtually, spanning time zones, distance and organizational boundaries. According to Lipnack and StampsContinue reading “Working With People That You Never See”

What Do Government Do?

Governments are, according to Economy.org, organizations that set rules, collect taxes and spend money on services for the public good.  The United States has three levels of government that provide services on the federal, state and local level. Only the federal government can enact laws that regulate the entire nation, print currency, set and collectContinue reading “What Do Government Do?”

Is Technology Enough to Compete: The Value of ERP's

Technology, though important, cannot provide a sustainable advantage to an organization. The most competitive advantage an organization can have is its ability to be innovative. The pursuit for innovation is a continuous process because technology can be easily copied, techniques can be mirrored by the competition. According to Farrell et al (2002, p.12), “Investments inContinue reading “Is Technology Enough to Compete: The Value of ERP's”

Show Me the Money: Monetizing Apps, Store Fronts

Part 1: Consider any recent acquisition by Facebook. Why do you think Facebook purchased the company? Suggest ways in which the app has been monetized.  In 2014, Facebook acquired Oculus VR for $2 billion. Oculus developed virtual reality platforms and products such as Rift and Samsung Gear VR.

Facebook and Twitter ARE Different

Facebook and Twitter are both social networks. Facebook is about connecting the user to their circle of friends and family so their layout is focused on those connections. You don’t see outside of your circle. Twitter is a public forum, though a user can refine their feed based on who they follow.

Social Media and Business

How is social media being used in the businesses or organizations (governmental, geo-political, social…)?  Pick one case to illustrate your point. Provide details on the type social media, its purpose, how it is used, and ways to extend or improve the particular type of media used. Social media is being used by businesses to provideContinue reading “Social Media and Business”