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Reining in Facebook and Twitter Threats

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    Leah Gabriel Nurik

    | Posted 2010-04-19
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Communication FloodgatesUnless you've been living under a rock, or in a cave in a far-flung corner of the world, you know social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook allow people to communicate more loosely. Some share too much – for sure. Loose lips sink ships. But many companies are still sharing too little, experts say.
Social Media like Facebook and Twitter are here to stay, and those who are watching the field say it's time to jump on board and make it work for you or risk getting left in the dust as competitors exploit it and you don't. But new research shows most CIOs are actually tightening up controls on social media -- struggling to close the communication flood gates. Channel Insider takes a closer look at the trend and best practices for the right social media policy.
 
 
 
 
 

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