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IBM has launched three new apps to help enterprise clients better serve their customers.
Mobility is going to transform how temporary and part-time employees work -- the same way that desktop computing and the internet have empowered office staff, predicts David Hale o...
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Heidi Ambler, director of IBM Social Business, offers these tips to help your organization devise a successful social media strategy.
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