If you are truly intent on mitigating and managing risk in today’s world you ignore the ability to monitor and analyse social media at your peril.
For many institutions, traditional social media monitoring has become an important part of their duty of care. With some of the new features of Snapchat it is even more important important to keep abreast of the changes.
The weaponisation of social media has seen anti-business activist groups build up a huge online following in Australia. Business groups will need to do more if they are to mitigate the risk of being out campaigned.
The Federal Budget has become an annual ‘Twitter event’, with the politicos, business leaders, comedians and anyone with a Twitter handle hitting the hashtag #Budget2017 on the second Tuesday in May.
It has quickly become the great Australian business dream to have an app. But the reality is most apps will fail not only at their core business objective but in general. Anthony Mason gives some apt advice.
“Many people would like to see @Nigel_Farage represent Great Britain as their Ambassador to the United States. He would do a great job!” So tweets US President elect Donald Trump…