Yammer: Twitter for businesses & companies

Would you like to yammer about your work or your problems at the office and share them with your colleagues with a new micro blogging tool that looks and feels very much like Twitter?

If you and your colleagues have so many frustrations at work, perhaps you folks should try Yammer:
Yammer is a tool for making companies and organizations more productive through the exchange of short frequent answers to one simple question: “What are you working on?”

Source: Yammer

I wish Yammer was around 5 years ago. I would have love to use Yammer then since I was working for a very stupid company at that time, frustrations and disappointments were common and they were driving everybody in the office nuts!

I work alone and have my own online businesses now but I believe that Yammer can help office workers get a hold on their hectic office environment. Give it a try, folks; but make sure that you have a valid business or company email address before joining. You need it in order to sign up.

Yammer is not only accessible from the web; you can also access and use Yammer from your desktop, Blackberry or iPhone. Check it out, folks!

Edited on September 9th 2008 11:30 PM:

Eric Eldon from VentureBeat has tried out Yammer and he likes it too. :-)

Related Links:
Yammer Launches at TC50: Twitter For Companies
TC50: Yammer launches as a Twitter for businesses, unless you want the open-source version
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