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LinkedIn reveals its top Australian tech influencers
LinkedIn has revealed its top influencers in Australia, showcasing the strength of personal brands and how they can grow your business.
The Aussie stats behind LinkedIn's 100 million APAC membership swell
8 million Australian professionals are now on LinkedIn, whose membership numbers across the APAC region have just swelled to more than 100 million.
The Kiwi stats behind LinkedIn's 100 million APAC membership swell
New stats from LinkedIn's Talent Trends survey show membership's been growing strong in the Asia Pacific region, reaching 100 million professionals.
'LinkedIn for Youth' platform launches for students, graduates and educators
The platform connects youth, educators, service providers and businesses together to support students through education, training and employment.
LinkedIn reveals new vision for the modern day data center
LinkedIn has had itself a busy month. In June, the social networking site for the professional world announced it had been acquired by Microsoft
Keith Watson to leave Hewlett Packard Enterprise after 12 years at helm
"Over the next four months I will work with the team to provide a smooth hand over to a new leader."
Australian C-Suite execs not interested in security, survey finds
A third of Aussie organisations have suffered a security breach in the past 12 months, with a lack of interest from CEOs named the biggest challenge.
The biggest losers in the Microsoft/LinkedIn merger could be other social networks
Some are a bit skeptical, but I believe Microsoft has swung for the fences by buying LinkedIn.
Ovum: Microsoft isn’t the only vendor threatened by the imminent arrival of Facebook at Work
"The $26.2bn price tag suggests that LinkedIn had other major suitors, but Microsoft clearly felt it was a price worth paying."
Techday reaching hundreds of thousands every month via social media
Social media is an increasingly disruptive force on the media landscape - Techday has embraced it and now has a substantial following.
Why the acquisition of LinkedIn annoys LinkedIn users
Your data is for sale. It's something we've all known for a while now but $26.2 billion later the conversation has been reignited.
Microsoft targets mother of all professional people master data with LinkedIn buy
So you saw the announcement: Microsoft to acquire LinkedIn for over $26bn. Our team were contemplating the meaning of the deal.
Microsoft's LinkedIn purchase: The far-reaching industry implications
Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn will have far-reaching implications to Microsoft's own business, competitors, partners and customers.
Microsoft's LinkedIn purchase speaks volumes about communications
Microsoft’s offer to acquire LinkedIn for $26bn highlights the continued importance & challenges of communication platforms in the digital age.
Why did Microsoft purchase LinkedIn? A treasure trove of information
Microsoft's recent purchase of LinkedIn shows that in a world of smart of machines, content is king and the new code base.
LinkedIn buy out: What are the experts saying?
Microsoft's colossal purchase of LinkedIn for $26.2 billion has been the talk of the tech world this morning, so what are the experts saying?
Microsoft buys LinkedIn for a cool $26.2 billion
Microsoft will acquire business social networking website LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction totalling $26.2 billion.
117 million LinkedIn members compromised by 2012 data breach
"Worryingly, this trove of information is not thought to have been obtained from a recent data breach."
LinkedIn opens SG$80 million Singapore data center
LinkedIn has opened its SG$80 million Singapore data center - its first outside of the United States, aiming to bolster speeds for APAC members.
LinkedIn Alert: Scammers use security update to phish for credentials
In the message, the website’s source has been modified so if the recipient uses this web page to sign in to their LinkedIn account, their credentials will be sent directly to the attacker.
Facebook still ruling the social media kingdom
Facebook remains the most popular social media platform, while other contenders have enjoyed an increase in usership.
Soon you'll actually be allowed to Facebook at work
Facebook at Work will be entirely separate from personal accounts, with no information from a user's social profile appearing on his or her professional page, and vice versa.
Canterbury software start up bags $700k Japanese investment
"There is just so much going on in social media now that having a tool that can harness all of a company’s online activity, pulling it all into one website, is very valuable."
How to use social media to land a job...
Looking up someone's website and memorising the About Us page isn't going to cut it.