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Because it can circumvent many existing content-management solutions, instant messaging (IM) is causing security concerns among IT managers, which often leads them to ban its use altogether.
However, IM can have business benefits if used responsibly, because it offers instantaneous communication and immediately indicates whether colleagues are online. What is needed is a way of allowing the use of IM, while controlling it and enforcing rules on employees.

Because it can circumvent many existing content-management solutions, instant messaging (IM) is causing security concerns among IT managers, which often leads them to ban its use altogether. However, IM can have business benefits if used responsibly, because it offers instantaneous communication ...

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