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Microsoft's Vision for the Enterprise
Nearly half of employees report that social tools at work help increase their productivity, but more than 30 percent of companies underestimate the value of these tools and often restrict their use, according to new Microsoft research released today.
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New survey reveals how information workers around the globe view social tools.
Everyone in an organization—from the CEO’s office to the mail room—has valuable information, says Adam Pisoni, Microsoft’s general manager of Yammer. The challenge companies face is how to tap that knowledge across geographies, departments and pay grades.
There’s no doubt that the scope and pace of business has changed dramatically. To keep up, organizations need to tap into new ways of harnessing employee ideas and connecting with customers, partners and vendors. Enterprise social is a new platform to do just that.
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