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Instant messaging has bridged the gap between consumer toy and business tool, says Bill Scott, but development challenges still remain

In the 1980s, everybody wanted MTV. Now, everybody seems to want instant messaging (IM), which is fast becoming a critical communications tool for today's corporations. Yet IM represents a significant challenge for chief information officers (CIOs), who must empower employees with tools that ...

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