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Microsoft moves its Chatter-like OfficeTalk toward commercialization

January 21, 2011 No Comments

OfficeTalk — Microsoft’s enterprise-focused microblogging technology — may soon find a home among the company’s product teams and become a shipping product and/or service.

OfficeTalk, one of the projects launched via Microsoft’s Office Labs in 2010, is a social-networking tool for businesses, as the Softies have described it. From screen shots and reports, it looks and feels similar to Salesforce’s Chatter or Yammer’s Yammer.

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