Internetworking (22 Mar 2004)
Today, "Eighty to ninety percent of [real-world] social networks have a digital component," be it an archive of e-mail correspondence or vital statistics logged into a sales force database, says Antony Brydon, president and cofounder of Visible Path, a New York firm that's developing social-networking applications for corporations. These digital trails mean that human connections can be plumbed, downloaded, and mapped automatically-so companies like Visible Path can help clients take better advantage of their employees business relationships.
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