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February 10, 2012

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Claire Lucas

Sounds like a very interesting discussion, Sue. I was looking forward to reading the blog post you linked to, and guess what? It was blocked by my organisation's IT policy...!! As with all such things, I will have to remember to look it up when I get home...

Anneli

I discussed Yammer further with a friend of mine and their organisation has blocked access to it. She mentioned the risk issue of employees who have left can still access it so if people discuss client sensitive or confidential information on there, it will be open for ex-employees to see.
I am usually in favour of allowing access to social tools like wikis, yammer, etc. But this risk issue does put me of. How have other organisations got around this?

Paul Byfield

I attended the breakfast event this morning (thursday 17 february), it was a very interesting discussion that gave me the oppurtunity to meet IM professionals from other disciplines and industries that I normally do not interact with.
Despite this we are all faced with the same or similiar problems - speed of IT developments and keeping pace with them, choosing the right tools for your organisation, getting buy in from (senior) management and users.......and many more.

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