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Google Plus Updates Photos, ABC News Asks Brian Solis to Picture the Future

Google’s Vic Gundotra introduced new photos features for Google Plus at the 2013 Google I/O conference Google isn’t done trying to take on the behemoth social networks. That was the message from Google’s Senior Vice President of Engineering Vic Gundotra at the Google I/O conference this week as he announced a new look for the company’s Google Plus social network. ABC News’ Joanna Stern and Brian Solis examine a snapshot of the news and picture the social network’s future. Analysts…

Tesltra interviews Brian Solis on innovation and competing for the future

Tesltra interviews Brian Solis on innovation and competing for the future

Telstra invited Brian Solis earlier in the year to keynote its annual CIO Forum. There, he presented on the future of technology and innovation as part of the company’s annual CIO Forum. You can read a synopsis of his presentation here. Following the discussion, the Telstra crew whisked him into the studio to shoot a quick video about the future of business and technology. His view, “it’s starts with a simple formula…Arrogance + Ignorance = Irrelevance.” Brian believes that in…

McKinsey Partner Jonathan Gordon and Brian Solis Help Marketers Speak the Language of the C-Suite

McKinsey Partner Jonathan Gordon and Brian Solis Help Marketers Speak the Language of the C-Suite

Jonathan Gordon, a McKinsey partner and leader focused on the power of smart analytics to drive growth, talks about the future of marketing with Brian Solis, principal analyst at Altimeter Group and a leading thinker on the impact of social media and disruptive technology on business. Brian Solis: Customers are becoming more demanding, and more connected. As I say in my new book, What’s the Future of Business, instead of purely reacting to this different breed of customer, companies need…

Twitter’s New #Music App Released, CNET and Brian Solis Discuss the Move

Twitter’s latest big move may be evidence that its goal is to create — and control — a series of media channels across music, TV, movies, and more. CNET’s Daniel Terdiman and Brian Solis discuss the impact of #Music and why Twitter is moving into this channel. Here are the highlights… “I think what Twitter is really trying to do with #Music and Vine and what else is to come in the pipeline is to really become this cultural epicenter…

Brian Solis’ The End of Business as Usual Now Available in Japan; Renamed EFFECT

Brian Solis’ The End of Business as Usual Now Available in Japan; Renamed EFFECT

Japanese-American business leaders Hide Hashizume and Eiko Hashizume have successfully brought Brian Solis’ The End of Business as Usual to Japan. The book is localized but it is also a new book in many ways. First, Solis’ book has earned a new title and cover design – エフェクト (EFFECT.) Second, Solis wrote new chapters specific to the Japanese economy and how to rethink the future of business based on Japanese case studies. Lastly, Mr. Natsuno, a board member of Nico…

USA TODAY Features Excerpt from Brian Solis’ New Book, What’s the Future of Business

USA TODAY featured a full excerpt from Brian Solis’ new book, WTF. The piece discusses how businesses should embrace disruptive technology as catalyst for change, not the reason for it. He believes that the customer journey is still evolving. But, how businesses react and ultimately lead the enhancement of relationships is not solely determined by technology though. To truly get closer to customers takes a culture of customer-centricity, empowerment and innovation. Read the excerpt here.

Venture Beat Features Q&A with Brian Solis

Venture Beat Features Q&A with Brian Solis

Venture Beat’s Christina Farr sat down with Brian Solis to discuss his new book, WTF, digital anthropology, and the rise of Generation C. Following is an excerpt from the article… Brian Solis has a habit of being in the right place at the right time. During the late 1990s, Solis attended all the right events, voraciously blogged, and snapped thousands of photos of Silicon Valley’s newly-minted technology elite. He quickly became one of the original “super connectors,” acting as a…

Following SXSW, Shaq and Solis Hold Court Again on Revolution and at the Shaq Summit in Los Angeles

Following their keynote appearance on stage at SXSW 2013 in Austin, Brian Solis and Shaq took the court again to shoot an episode of Revolution. The duo discussed Shaq’s endeavors as an entrepreneur and self-described geek. Just a short while later, Shaq invited Brian Solis to join him to share his insights on the future of business with his team of sponsors, producers and business colleagues. (AP Photo/Statesman.com, Deborah Cannon) (The Verge)

Entourage’s Adrian Grenier and Brian Solis Explore the Future of Music on Revolution

While at SXSW in Austin 2013, Brian Solis spent some time with Adrian Grenier to talk about his new music incubator, The WRECKROOM for an episode of Revolution. The idea is not unlike tech incubators planting seeds of innovation around the world. WRECKROOM is a collaborative space built in Grenier’s home in Brooklyn. Artists are encouraged to come by, write and collaborate. And for those artists that get the attention of the team, recording and distribution could be a possibility….

New Report from Altimeter’s Brian Solis and Charlene Li Reveals Startling Gap Between “Social Media” and a “Social Business”

“The Evolution of Social Business: Six Stages of Social Media Transformation” outlines six distinct stages as companies mature in social New research from Altimeter Group’s Charlene Li and Brian Solis explores the range of social media maturity in businesses today. The report, The Evolution of Social Business: Six Stages of Social Media Transformation, uncovers a distinct gap between organizations that execute social media strategies and those that are truly a “social business.” The report also provides readers with prescriptive recommendations…

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