Social enterprise collaboration software

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About Social enterprise collaboration software

The rise of the social enterprise is upon us. As employees come to rely on Facebook and Twitter to communicate and share information in their personal lives, they bring those same expectations to work. Social enterprise collaboration software aims to address this demand. It's a big shift from traditional methods of business communication, such as email, and even from other enterprise collaboration platforms such as Microsoft SharePoint. As such, some organizations may be hesitant to adopt social enterprise collaboration. And those that do will face challenges around securing data and managing user access. The news, tips and other resources in this section will help IT professionals get up to speed on the social enterprise collaboration market and decide if this software is right for their organizations.