Enterprise Social Networking

Enterprise Social Networking

OneDesk lets you get social with your co-workers, whether they are inside or outside your organization.

  • Automatically have access to a list of contacts from all the projects you are a member
    of and from organizations you are working with.
  • Create a public profile and add your contact information so that other users can contact
    you.  OneDesk’s privacy settings let you control your personal data by choosing which
    information you share with your organization, with your project teams, and with the
    public. For example, you can choose to only share your phone number with users from
    your organization, but make your company’s postal address viewable to the public.
Control which information you share through your member profile
Public view of a personal profile
  • Browse your contacts’ public profiles and view data that they are sharing with you (blog,
    calendar).
  • Initiate contact with other users (if they permit).
  • Search and navigate through the directory of public data to make new contacts or invite collaborators to join a project.
  • Create a personal blog, choose with whom to share your articles with.
  • Create discussion boards related to specific business objects, or initiate a more free-form conversation on a topic.

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