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OfficeTalk: Microsoft's Twitter for businesses

Microsoft is testing OfficeTalk, a micro-blogging service businesses can host on their own servers for employees
By Ina Fried, Contributor on
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Microsoft is testing OfficeTalk, a micro-blogging service businesses can host on their own servers for employees. At this point the service is pretty similar to Twitter or the already business-focused Yammer.

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A 'company feed' lets workers easily discover what their co-workers are up to.

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Among the features within OfficeTalk is a search capability.

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