At the Advanced Intranet+ Portal conference this week we learned something interesting: employees do actually do real work on social networks.
This may or may not surprise you, but the fact is that enterprise social and collaboration tools do make companies more productive -- this is precisely because they make employees more connected and more engaged.
Want to know if your social efforts are paying off? Read The Social Enterprise -- Measuring Business Impact.
As we dive deep into the state of Social Business in 2012 this month, we'll explore a number of ideas and challenges. We look forward to sharing and discussing them with you.
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