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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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Most systems will let you create groups, but they vary in terms of the level of capability. Evaluate the ease with which (and the extent to which) enterprise social business systems let you form groups. The cloud-based Clearvale enables businesses to create separate social networks for groups but manage them together as a whole.

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AlexR595
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AlexR595,
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8/6/2015 | 10:04:44 AM
re: Enterprise Social Networks: Must-Have Features Guide
 There are many Enterprise Social network that can help you to manage internal and external communications. They include:

- Tools used for direct communication - E-mail and online voice and text chat
- Collaboration Tools for Sharing documents and working Remotely
- Social media Tools for internal communications and announcements.


5 Following things should be considered while going for Online Communication Tools.

Connectivity and Security

Redundancy

Standardization

Disaster Recovery

Growth

Best Team Communication Tools that can be used at Work

slack, grouprocket and Hipchat
Leo Regulus
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Leo Regulus,
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8/21/2012 | 12:40:54 PM
re: Enterprise Social Networks: Must-Have Features Guide
Slide Shows discriminate against us ADHD / Dyslectic kids.
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