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Re: Social Net Aggregator Pushes Jive Talking in the Enterprise
Posted by: Katherine Noyes 2010-07-06 14:34:37
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Jive Software has launched tools designed to bring social networking capabilities further into the enterprise, along with strategic partnerships with both Google and Twitter. Jive What Matters is a tool that aggregates relevant information from social business applications, existing enterprise tools and the external social Web into a single page designed to enable faster action by decision makers. Jive Apps Market, on the other hand, will function as a gallery of tailored applications built by cloud application providers, third-party developers and system integrators.


Social Media and Business
Posted by: kellybriefworld 2010-07-06 15:06:03 In reply to: Katherine Noyes
This latest tool from Jive can be really helpful in allowing companies to really tap their market and receive information that is relevant to their business; this in turn, helps bosses make informed decisions for their companies.

Using media sites though, puts a company's network security and privacy at risk, and causes problems for its IT department.IT managers should explore issues surrounding social media in the workplace so that they can make informed decisions about blocking social media sites, and create a sound social media policy for their companies.
Check out the following whitepapers from Palo Alto Networks:
http://bit.ly/9twcQMTwitter
http://bit.ly/bsrh9CFacebook
http://bit.ly/94MFMBSharePoint

Let me know what you think.
kelly@briefworld.com
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