Study: Most companies ban social networking at work

About 54% of U.S. workplaces don't allow social networking, a study finds, while an additional 19% grant access solely for business use. Just 10% of the 1,400 chief information officers surveyed by an IT staffing firm provided full access to social media at work. The executives said they were concerned the tools would distract workers.

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