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The desire to collaborate in today’s workplace is so great that collaboration tools often arrive at your business without your permission.

Sometimes they just show up within applications, and if employees in that application start to use them, it can isolate them in a departmental "silo" and make it hard for management to direct what they're doing.

Other times, employees find them on their own and just start using them. When that happens, they tend to spin "threads" in every direction, with little or no direction or planning from management.

Either way, the employees using them are really trying to do their jobs better. They want to be on a team and they want to do well. 

Remember that their intentions are good. And let us show you how you can turn their desire to collaborate into extraordinary business results.

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