96% Of Indian Firms Prohibit Social Networks At Work

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Cisco recently released figures that show that roughly half (52%) of IT decision makers say their company has a policy prohibiting use of social media applications or collaboration tools. The report finds that while social media tools may be a rave among a section of Internet users, enterprises, particularly in India, have restrictive policies that prevent their employees from using these to their business advantage.

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