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Facebook Wants to Be Your New Office Communication System

Forget email, instant messages, and shared Google calendars. When it comes to managing your office, Facebook thinks its social network is the place to do it. The company launched its office-friendly version of the social network on Monday. Known as Workplace, this version of Facebook replaces status updates and......
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