Some 46% of global information workers say using social tools has increased their productivity, while 9% say such tools have reduced productivity, according to a recent report by Ipsos Public Affairs and Microsoft.
In addition, 42% of say that social tools have resulted in more workplace collaboration—something that 39% say there is not enough of at their workplace.
Employees in the Asia-Pacific region are most likely to attribute higher productivity levels to the increased use of social tools, followed by Latin America and Europe.
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