French Tech Company To Ban Internal Emails & Switch To Facebook-Style Messaging

French Tech Company To Ban Internal Emails & Switch To Facebook-Style Messaging
technology

Atos' 74,000 employees will start using instant messaging and a Facebook-style interface.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 december 2011

The French information technology company Atos, which employs over 70,000 people in 42 countries, is going to ban internal emails because it believes the majority of them are irrelevant and time-wasting, and it is no longer an appropriate tool for the workplace. Instead it will be switching all of its employees to an instant messaging service and a Facebook-style interface.

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