Cartoon of the Week: Facebook At Work – Will it Work?

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Facebook announced a social enterprise app this week, called Facebook for Work, to help solve the internal communications problem at large companies. While the social network will be a nice social add-on, it may simply create another silo of information for companies rather than solving real collaboration issues. In order for Facebook At Work to be a successful enterprise collaboration solution, it will have to move from a closed network, to a system that can integrate with other business environments. Or, perhaps if they can overcome some of the other objections, like privacy and over-filtering, eXo platform may plan to integrate with the Facebook activity stream as we do with other systems.

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I am the Chief Executive Officer of eXo Platform (the open source digital workplace platform), a company that I co-founded while in college and that I came back to after several years in the banking and consulting industry. I blog about modern work, about open-source and sovereignty issues. Occasionally, I also blog about my personal areas of interest, such as personal development, work–life balance, sustainability and gender equality.

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