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When it comes to actually implementing social media within an enterprise, the conversation often starts with control. Who can, should and will run with your social media activities? How are the reviewed and managed? What happens when things go pear-shaped? And how does it dovetail with the various other outreach activities?
One of the easiest ways to kick start the discussion within your organisation is to take a look at what others in your industry are doing. If you can’t find an example from your industry (hooray, you’re the first!), then look for organisations of a similar size and scale.
But where do you look?
Why, here in the online database of social media policies. Or, for those execs who don’t yet frequent online spaces, order them the book.
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Social media apps can be utilized to further innovation and productivity.
Palo Alto Networks has come up with three new whitepapers that allow businesses – & more specifically, IT departments to safely enable the use of Enterprise 2.0 apps like Twitter, Facebook and SharePoint.
Check them out:
Let me know what you think… firstname.lastname@example.org
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