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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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With business social networking platforms, profiles perform an important function. They allow employees to describe their skills and experience, which in turn allow colleagues looking for internal expertise to identify the right people for the right projects. Check to make sure that user profiles can be easily created and updated, and are rich and discoverable. SocialText profiles include the kind of information needed to find the people you are looking for--whether you know them or not--to help you with a project.

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8/21/2012 | 12:40:54 PM
re: Enterprise Social Networks: Must-Have Features Guide
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