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Enterprise Social Networks: Must-Have Features Guide

Confused by the bevy of vendors promising enterprise social nirvana? Tour the core capabilities that you need when implementing social-focused tools in the workplace.
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Along those same lines, Moxie's Desktop Sync functionality, with folder and Outlook integration, promotes collaboration and file sharing among teams

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