Blogging has become a corporate phenomenon and no longer cutting edge. Today many companies maintain strict policies over who can blog and what can be said on blogs, both personal and corporate. It’s not a bad idea and it’s one that I advocated when blogging was first going mainstream. I’m quite proud that I helped launch the first tech industry blogs at Jupiter Research in 2002. Today, though, it’s more than just blogs, it’s the rise of social media in general at the office that’s causing concern and users with devices that can tap into them at will. It seems every week I read the same story being told: someone else getting on the bandwagon and telling the potential horror tale of user using social networks at work accessed on some unsanctioned mobile gadget.