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Yammer + SharePoint: Microsoft's Social Strategy Isn't Social At All, But…

by Mark Hachman
Microsoft is extending its embrace of social media by announcing lower Yammer prices and plans to tie the corporate social network closer to its enterprise collaboration tool, SharePoint.
Anatoliy Milner
Anatoliy Milner • 1 year ago

Относительно недавно Microsoft приобрёл Yammer - Twitter для корпораций. теперь он предпринимает комплексные усилия по интеграции Yammer c SharePoint. В связи с этим автор задаётся вопросом, что для бизнесов всё-таки важнее: деловое общение или деловое сотрудничество?

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