It might integrate communication with our colleagues, but will it stop us trawling through news feeds all day long?
It’s been rumored for months that Facebook, the site you spend enough work hours on to begin with, is building a platform for intraoffice communication.
The social giant introduced the new app into the Apple and Google Play stores.
Facebook at Work looks like the Facebook you know and love (or hate?), but is designed to give employees within an organization a way chat with one another, share news, organize events and collaborate on documents. The app was created “completely for use within a company,” meaning the information employees share there is “safe, secure, confidential and completely separate from their personal Facebook profile,” a company spokesperson says.
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