Category: Social Networking
So what is enterprise social networking? Well, it is collaboration within the enterprise and with selected external stakeholders. To me, this is not social networking given that if I use these tools, the people with whom I can interact and the content with which I can engage are restricted by the enterprise.Read More
Unlike other research entities who stick their stuff behind a paywall, we've decided the proof is in the pudding, because we want people to actually read our stuff and call us up. So as a gesture of thanks for all the support we've received during our first month on the job, we're giving away three pieces of our latest research to give you an idea of what we're all about.Read More
Horses for Sources Founder and CEO, Phil Fersht, is interviewed on the future of the HR Outsourcing industry by HR Technology Columnist Bill Kutik on the Bill Kutik Radio Show. Tuned is today at 12.00pm Eastern Standard time: http://www.billkutikradioshow.comRead More
Horses for Sources and the Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON) Create Alliance to Provide Unique Analyst Insight and C-suite Forums for Senior Operations Executives
Horses for Sources, the leading analyst advisory organization focused on outsourcing strategy support, has teamed with the Shared Services and Outsourcing Network (SSON), to provide a unique platform for senior outsourcing buyers to access knowledge and peer advice. As part of the new alliance, senior operations executives in SSON’s premium community can benefit from research being provided by Horses for Sources, including all aspects of Business Process Outsourcing, shared services and governance strategy.Read More
The great analyst firewall: will banning analysts from blogging damage the traditional research business, or help create an entirely new one?
The technology and services industry is desperately searching for its mojo, and analysts can help provide the catalyst. Muzzling their views by keeping them from using social-media channels is a worrysome trend Read More