Social Networking and Opportunities in the Public Sector

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Some social networking tools, such as e-mail and instant messaging, are already used in the public sector. Emerging tools, such as blogs and wikis, can also be beneficial, allowing more efficient sharing of information, and greater input in decision-making processes. But, there are also headaches involved in managing security issues. Learn about the advantages and how to avoid the disadvantages of new collaboration tools.

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