Ever heard of secure social network?

September 14, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More

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Most of us who are into social networks have already experienced so much information overload especially on Facebook and Twitter, right? Not only that, we are more often than not bombarded by not-so-important updates from our friends and companies we’re subscribed with.

Well, if you’re just into checking some of your colleague’s whereabouts, then you can simply ask your company to have a more secure social network of your own. Yes, I’m saying you can and with the right security in place, you can be sure than only those you know and work with can contact you and handle your information on database.

sharetronix dashboardI’m talking about Sharetronix. It’s a social business networking platform where you can engage with your company, co-workers, etc. on a business, social and more secure filtered environment with no unnecessary updates to view.

In this platform, with the aid of knowledge management tools, you can organize your group discussions or communication with your team, create profiles of your own, post status updates like your project milestones, voice opinions on company updates via thumbs up/down voting and mention specific person using the @ sign like Twitter.

You can even create a community of your own or even manage one or direct administrative access to a subordinate or coworker in the same unit or department.

And if you think you’re missing out a lot in social networks like Facebook and Twitter, you can actually integrate your group or community with feeds from Facebook and Twitter or vice versa.

See, there’s so much you can do with a Sharetronix social business platform.

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  1. Interesting…do you think it can compete with some of the bigger corporate Intranet platforms like Yammer and Jive? Or is Sharetronix more of a scaled-down social intranet for small business?

    Thanks for making me aware, I’ll have to check them out.

    Cheers!

    –Sean

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