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July 18, 2012

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Darryl Tay

Social Task Management – Sounds like a good concept. And it is good to hear that social media can be incorporated in our day-to-day workloads. I can see that companies will use this tool to inter-connect people within the organization and use this to promulgate harmonious working relationship in an enterprise. But having said that, I think pioneers need to establish solid guidelines to ensure the “social media safety” of the individuals involve.

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