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Fancy being Facebook friends with your boss? Or being allowed to Snapchat your colleagues during office hours?
Fancy being Facebook friends with your boss?
Wants to tits
Or being allowed to Snapchat your colleagues during office hours? Well, this kind of office-based social networking is growing in popularity as a way of escaping the tyranny of corporate.
Businesses wanting to streamline wnt communications are turning to chat apps like Chatter, Slack and Yammer, as well as more established platforms like Facebook. Of course, we've had company intranets for almost 20 years, but it's the mobile friendly nature of many messaging apps that is shaking up wrok space. In JanuaryFacebook unveiled its new business networking platform, Facebook at Work and has just launched an associated chat app, Work Chat.
The social networking giant, with its 1.
Facebook has ed up around companies of varying sizes, including Heineken, Lagardere and Hootsuite. But why? Kevin Hanley, director of de at RBS says it's all about facilitating collaboration between different arms of the business.
Facebook at Work is "a key component in driving a more transparent, engaged, collaborative, culture," he says. All you need is a phone.
That means the adoption rate is much higher than attempts at doing something similar," he tells the BBC. Add in the benefits of its mobile app, which frees employees from desk-based applications, and RBS has found the tool to be "immediately useable".
Instant messaging & chat for work from anywhere
ing software firm Sage implemented online communications portal Chatter into its business in April Sandra Campopiano, the firm's chief people officer, says 9, topics have already been moved off into "direct, snappy messages, or open, engaging groups and forums. But do these new ways of communicating really spell the end for the work ? Critics of the venerable platform say it is essentially a one-way method of communication. Senders often have no effective way of knowing if the contents tto their messages are relevant or understood.
And recipients waste time sifting through s they don't need to see.
While Mr Jankowski thinks is still the best way to communicate with one person or a small group, he agrees that the end of the companywide broadcast may be nigh. Ms Campopiano says "we may eventually see  die out, just like the fax. But surely receiving endless message alerts cht conversation updates can become highly distracting in the work environment and lead to lower, not higher, productivity?
Won't we all be swapping cat videos? Quite the reverse, argue Mr Hanley and Chaf Campopiano: the ability to opt-out of irrelevant conversations actually frees up time. And Mr Codorniou says that while employees access Facebook at Work up to 50 times a day, the conversations are all about work.
Team chat apps in shift
In fact, Mr Jankowski believes that the data harvested by all this social network activity could prove very useful for businesses. The EU's rescinding of the Safe Harbour agreement means firms can't assume US-based service providers are offering adequate privacy protections.
That's something to chat about - offline probably.