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The Future of Recruiting is in the Cloud

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Michael Marlatt\'s presentation from the ERE Expo 2008 Fall.

Michael Marlatt\'s presentation from the ERE Expo 2008 Fall.

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    • 1. Michael Marlatt | Search Wizards at Microsoft | v-michm@microsoft.com
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    • 8. “ It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. - Charles Darwin
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    • 32. The control of the Internet is actually shifting from our hands to the web.
    • 33. { …enter Semantic Web. }
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    • 51. The Talent Shift Pre Web Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Craigslist * Image reprinted with permission by
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    • 58. There’s no mystery to unveil.
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    • 61. Nicholas Carr Author of The Big Switch “ Today we’re in the midst of another epochal transformation… What happened to the generation of power a century ago is now happening to the processing of information. Computing is turning into a utility, and once again the economic equations that determine the way we work and live are being rewritten.”
    • 62. Nicholas Carr Author of The Big Switch “ Today we’re in the midst of another epochal transformation… What happened to the generation of power a century ago is now happening to the processing of information. Computing is turning into a utility, and once again the economic equations that determine the way we work and live are being rewritten.”
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    • 71. #5. One device…to any device .
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      • Up until this point, we have taken
      • a fairly unfocused approach on
      • how we leverage the web.
      • Let’s bring that into focus…
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    • 88. http://www.getdropbox.com
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      • "The global market for Mobile Web 2.0
      • will be worth $22.4 billion in 2013, up
      • from $5.5 billion currently.“
      • Juniper Research - 2008
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    • 94. Source: GSM World - 2008
    • 95. Source: Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) 1992 1997 2008 2002 11M 55M 141M
    • 96. Social Media + Mobile = Ultra Hip!
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    • 104. “… we believe that it is only a matter of time before the human capital management space begins to push into the mobile frontier … we actually project an inflection point in growth 12-18 months from now as HCM applications converge with social networking and Web 2.0 technologies … - Nate Swanson, Partner & Senior Analyst-ThinkPanmure
    • 105. “… we believe that it is only a matter of time before the human capital management space begins to push into the mobile frontier … we actually project an inflection point in growth 12-18 months from now as HCM applications converge with social networking and Web 2.0 technologies …” - Nate Swanson, Partner & Senior Analyst-ThinkPanmure
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      • Four Examples:
      • Lifestreaming Aggregators
      • Content Creation Apps
      • Social-bookmarking
      • File sharing
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    • 122. … you have 2,500 + bookmarks. How do you manage, store, sort, & retrieve on demand? … your computer crashes or is stolen? … or, you change employment? … how do you share one, or, many bookmarks? … how do you store competitive intelligence? What if… OR…
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    • 124. Search by tags
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    • 126. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) solves a problem for people who regularly use the web. It allows you to easily stay informed by retrieving the latest content from the sites you are interested in. You save time by not needing to visit each site individually .
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    • 128. A Feed Reader or News Aggregator allows you to grab the RSS feeds from various sites and display them for you to read and use.
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    • 130. … here are two good places to start.
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    • 133. Daily Dose of News Feeds
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    • 135. Create targeted searches
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    • 138. … competitive intel at your fingertips. Favorite RSS Feeds Mobile
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    • 141. … if you’re interested in staying current on the latest industry buzz, gossip, or updates, and RSS is not your “thing”, there’s an alternative ….
    • 142. Micro-blogging
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