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Yammer

A private social networking service for businesses. Launched in late 2008, Yammer lets companies create their own social network site for employees as well as customers. Private groups within the company can also be organized. Access is available via a desktop application, the Web, email, instant and text messaging, as well as smartphones. In 2012, Yammer was acquired by Microsoft. For more information, visit www.yammer.com. See Twitter.
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