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Comment from: Renee [Visitor] Email
ReneeYes, they should. One of the problems is the volume of mass emails that do not contribute to communication or productivity. It would work so much better if we could get relevant RSS feeds to control the company "junk" mail. Wouldn't be great if the CEO would have a blog?

One interface that includes email, IM, and RSS would be a great way to organize everyone. You could also include "favorites" for shared and personal drives and websites. Too practical?
15/03/12 @ 13:55
Comment from: Mark [Member] Email
MarkHi Renee,

It can be done. Atos are moving to an email-free working culture: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-16055310, and Deloitte in Australia already have a highly effective flat communications network, which their CEO is very active on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vn4Bz8Bm4Fw

Cheers,

Mark
16/03/12 @ 14:53
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