There were 4 blog postings during April (2011):
British retailers find new ways to ignore customers
Anyone who has shopped in Britain will be familiar with the poor attitude to customer service often displayed here. Getting the attention of an assistant can be hard, especially in some chain stores. It can be even harder to find one who knows...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 10th April '11
Reminder of our survey of SaaS-based enterprise social networking
A few weeks ago, I told you about the new survey of SaaS-based enterprise social networking that Bloor Research was preparing. Its purpose is to find out and, possibly, validate the main business arguments for using SaaS-based enterprise social...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 12th April '11
Zynga to users: Flock off
That didn’t take long. Three months after buying the company, Zynga is shutting down the Flock browser. It has other plans for the technology and brains it acquired in the take-over. Here’s the announcement: Support for Flock browsers...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 13th April '11
Oracle Open Office vaporised
Less than four months after it announced Oracle Cloud Office, Oracle Corporation has said it would “no longer offer a commercial version of Open Office”. The news came in a press release issued on 15 April 2011 that is mainly about the...
Roger Whitehead, Office Futures | 17th April '11
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