What's being called "social media" in the work context is a blur of public and private networking, collaboration and productivity platforms that connect people, sometimes inside the enterprise, sometimes outside the enterprise, sometimes both.
Looking to make more sense of this, a pair of senior analysts from Saugatuck Technology, a consulting/research firm known lately for examining cloud and service technologies, conducted a survey that Information Management participated in.
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