The Future of Tech:
Top 100 IT Companies 2008

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Beyond Blogs

Updated Cover Story on Social Media

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E-mail Faces Deletion

Web 2.0 applications such as Twitter will unseat simple electronic mail as the No. 1 business communications tool. Pro or con?

 

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Beyond Blogs

Three years ago our cover story showcased the phenomenon. A lot has changed since then

Big Blue Embraces Social Media

IBM has been encouraging social networking among its employees with in-house versions of Web 2.0 hits such as Facebook and Twitter

Chris DeWolfe on MySpace's Widening Web of Users

In a conversation with Maria Bartiromo, MySpace's CEO talks about the social network's widening web of users

Test Your Social Media IQ

Ten questions to gauge how much you know about how social media has changed since 2005

Marc Andreessen's New Gamble

In this excerpt from BW columnist Sarah Lacy's book, the co-founder of Netscape backs a social networking site named Ning

The InfoTech 100 Interactive Scoreboard

Which companies are logging the strongest growth, which industries are the hottest, and how the winners are faring in a treacherous economic climate

North America's Top 10 IT Companies

Starting with the A's, Amazon and Apple, our 2008 look at the technology companies still able to keep up with emerging-market competition

Asia's Top 10 IT Companies

The 2008 BusinessWeek IT 100 includes 37 Asian names, and they're not sitting still. Nintendo leads the way, Bharti Airtel slumps, and LG makes the list

Europe's Top 10 IT Companies

Among the companies from Europe, the Middle East, and Africa on the 2008 IT 100, nearly all are tied to mobile phones

Telecom's Last Great Growth Markets

Telefónica, Nokia, Ericsson, and other European companies in BW's IT 100 know the future is in emerging markets

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CEO Guide to Virtual Worlds

The (Virtual) Global Office

Moving beyond Second Life marketing, many companies are infiltrating virtual worlds for employee meetings, mixers, and recruiting

Second Life Marketing: Still Strong

Virtual Conferences' Home Advantage

Not Much Life in China's Virtual Worlds

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