Does Intranet Spend Increase=Corporate Embrace of Social Media? Comments on Melcrum Survey

Questioning whether an increase in corporate intranet spend represents an embrace of “social media”–or is even a welcome development–forms the basis of my new post at Communitelligence.

The post responds to a release by Melcrum, the internal comms publishing juggernaut, of a recent members survey covering a variety of social media, intranet, and internal communication issues.

The posting can be found on Communitelligence at http://bit.ly/4JWiRf

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