Too Much Social Media Information
IT organizations are behind in their ability to police social media information.
Many companies and organizations experienced growing pains when making first forays into social media, both in terms of personal and business use. Employees revealed too much information on sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, causing stock price drops and other problems; downloaded malware; damaged brands and reputations; and violated company rules (think personal use of company equipment) and federal policies (think HIPAA). Organizations also struggled with utilizing social tools to attract customers and clients.
The IT Downloads library offers several valuable policy-oriented tools to reduce the risks of social media use:
When it comes to using social media channels to expand your customer and client reach, IT Downloads can help you there, too. From creating a business plan to finding high-quality candidates to spearhead your internal and customer-facing social initiatives, download these resources to make the right decisions: