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Microsoft paid a hefty price for Yammer, so it's only right that it's using the tool internally as its enterprise social network and reaping the benefits through reduced email.
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June 07, 2013 in CITEworld, Microsoft, Social Networking | Permalink
Enterprise 2.0, Enterprise Social, Microsoft, Yammer
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