HCL

Excerpt from the HCL: evaluation:

"Note that while you can import Connections activity streams into other applications, you are neither socializing the experience in those applications nor delivering contextual collaborative services in non-IBM environments ..."

(P. 103 in the Enterprise Collaboration & Social Software Report. )

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