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Broadvision's Clearvale Express Offers Free Social Media Capabilities

Broadvision has introduced Clearvale Express, a SaaS-based social networking/enterprise 2.0 application that makes it possible for a company to provide workers with a Twitter-like activity stream that lets you know what your colleagues are working on, collaborate on files and tasks, and build collaborative communities. Workers can follow other users and view a simple Facebook-like profile wall on each user of the company network within Clearvale Express. The application is a stripped down versio
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Signing up for the free Clearvale Express service is a simple task -- but two things need to be kept in mind. A valid email domain is required to sign-up with (no Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo addresses allowed for sign-up) and users should be aware that the default sign-up is for a closed intranet account that will only work for users with the same email domain.

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