Apr 182011
 

I am pleased to announce that Kristin Burnham, CIO.com Web 2.0 Advisor, will be our special guest at our CIO Roundtable on May 18 at Noon. Kristin is well versed on all things Facebook and we look forward to a lively discussion with our CIO Executive Series members.

Facebook is on every CIOs mind, but many are unfamiliar with its implications for business – good and bad. Kristin has written quite extensively about Facebook and please read some of her recent articles.

10 Must-Have Facebook Apps and Add-Ons
Are you a Facebook user and a music- or movie-buff? Can’t wait for an official “Dislike” button? Or always looking to identify connections who’ve “unfriended” you? If so, download these 10 must-have Facebook apps and add-ons.
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Facebook Bible: Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Our Facebook guide delivers expert analysis on the latest Facebook developments, helpful tips, tricks and how-tos, and the latest updates on privacy, Facebook apps and more.
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Facebook Questions: 4 Warnings Before You Start
Facebook started rolling out the updated Questions platform to all users yesterday. But before you try it, consider some privacy, search and online reputation issues.
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Facebook Quick Tip: Enable Encryption to Avoid New Privacy Glitch
Some Facebook traffic this week took a misguided trip from AT&T servers through China and South Korea, exposing some user data. To protect yourself against such glitches, here’s how to enable Facebook’s HTTPS feature.
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  One Response to “Save the Date: May 18th – Everything You Need to Know About Facebook”

  1. […] about the evolution and impact of Facebook.  Please take a look at some of her writings here.  I have also attached the slide presentation and the podcast for your review.During our Q & […]

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