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Benefits of Social Messaging

The benefit of Social Messaging lies in the creation of transparency regarding the activities in the company and, resulting from that the effects of realizing value-added potential and process improvement

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Instant Messaging Ate our Intellectual Property

One method to overcome this loss of Intellectual Property is to implement an Enterprise Instant Messaging (EIM) system like IBM Sametime or Microsoft Lync

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Facebook or Twitter for the enterprise?

Many companies prefer therefore to go for hosted or in-house Social Messaging systems like Yammer and Lotus Connection to ensure they can secure and manage the environment...Social Messaging is the exchange of information in real time by staff and executives

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(Edited) For Those Studying For The CIP

Please disregard my earlier message...The group I created has already been closed. Earlier message has been deleted to reduce confusion

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Just Be Genuine

Unless you've hit on a specific hashtag or keyword that someone is tracking, your messaging will be lost in the shuffle of generic partner references and #JustinBieber mentions...The natural response is to increase the volume of messaging

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Fanning the fire: using evangelists to fuel your adoption strategy

The problem is that most social collaboration initiatives only have (at most) a handful of people to spread the message and drive adoption, and they are simply unable to reach the vast majority of employees in a face-to-face way


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A Tweet is a record

If I am a business owner, I want to capture all forms of communication happening around my records: paper, email, instant messaging, audio, video

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Communication and social adoption: a marathon, not a sprint

Consequently, it's vital that your communications strategy - and also your education and support strategy - takes a much more strategic path, pressing the message home in a gentle, repetitive way over a period of months, rather than simply shouting from the rooftops and assuming everyone has heard

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Sometimes Face-to-Face Works Better

I love all the messaging options that we have in business today. I exchange information, real useful stuff via text messages, Lync, Twitter, Yammer, G+ and even Facebook

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