Everybody uses at least one or more enterprise file sharing and sync (EFSS) consumer app, at least now and then. These include Dropbox, Angry Birds, Facebook, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Box, WhatsApp, Twitter, Skype or SugarSync. In fact, a lot of people use most of them for a combination of personal and business purposes. Interestingly enough, that list of popular cloud services is an exact match for a list of apps that represent the Top 10 that enterprises are likely to blacklist. http://www.eweek.com/cloud/slideshows/10-cloud-services-enterprises-are-most-likely-to-blacklist.html
Apparently due to recent changes, WordPress blogs with All in One SEO will not automatically post to FaceBook. After some web searching and multiple test messages, the root cause seems to be the All in One SEO plugin not writing “og” tags right for FaceBook, so FaceBook refuses to post. Posting to FaceBook by clicking the Share button under the post works normally.
I am not sure how to fix this in All in One SEO, although my understanding is that this is a configuration error on my part. However, for now, disabling the All in One SEO plugin fixes the problem and scheduled posts are not automatically shared on FaceBook. The problem affected only sharing on FaceBook: sharing to twitter, G+, and LinkedIn continued to work fine.
“Social media may have started out as a fun way to connect with friends, but it has evolved to become a powerful tool for education and business. Sites such as Facebook and Twitter and tools such as Skype are connecting students to learning opportunities in new and exciting ways.”
One interesting aspect of this web site is that it is designed to be accessible to the visually impaired.
The twitter.com web company has begun suspending accounts belonging to people whose computers are infected with ‘Koobface’ virus. The virus posts messages using the infected person’s accounts on social networking web sites, such as FaceBook.com, MySpace.com, and Twitter.com. The viral messages contain links, which when clicked spread the virus to the clicking party’s computer. Readmore..