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  • As people have grown accustomed to public microblogging - also called microsharing, microupdating and micromessaging - they have begun to look for similar systems that will let them communicate solely with co-workers at their own companies.

    Reflector - Latest Headlines from The Daily Reflector

  • (also known as microsharing or microstreaming) technologies.

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  • Socialcast includes features such as microsharing, mobile access, integration with Gmail and Jabber, and the ability for users to import activity from third-party services, including Twitter and YouTube.

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  • 'microsharing' which reflects the nature a little more accurately, and isn't as off-putting to

    Enterprise Irregulars

  • When it comes to business use we will have to go into microsharing rather than microblogging.

    Will Microblogging at Work Make You More Productive? - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Yammer, the San Francisco startup that offers a solid enterprise-grade microsharing and realtime communications service, is expanding its executive team after successfully closing a

    TechCrunch

  • They use the open source identi. ca (or similar) as a base for creating "microsharing for serious business people" and market it that way, as a free online service.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • But who will be the eHarmony and AdultFriendFinder of microsharing?

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The real question is, what will the future of the microsharing ecosystem look like?

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • And my guess (3) is that these niche microsharing sites would provide more relevant information when linked up with

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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  • "Businesses are flocking to Twitter and other microsharing tools, but most have little or no clear idea of why they should be there, how these types of tools really work, what they could accomplish or how to do so."

    Pistachio Consulting

    September 6, 2008