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Hearsay Guards Against Social Media Trouble

Hearsay Social helps businesses plug into social media while still controlling compliance and governance. Learn more in our Valley View video.

The long list of companies in the social enterprise space is getting tough to sort out. Here's how Hearsay Social's CTO Steve Garrity says his company is different: "You can be expressive without getting into trouble." That is, Hearsay Social promises to let an enterprise plug into the social scene, but without getting into any trouble (i.e., compliance and governance issues), by aligning employees with business goals and deriving insights from social data.

You can hear more from Hearsay Social in the elevator pitch session video embedded below, from our October 24 Valley View live Web show.

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You can watch more of these by tuning into our November 28 Valley View, which begins at 11 a.m., PT.

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