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Will Microsoft annoy LinkedIn users?

James Henderson | June 22, 2016
Mergers of this magnitude naturally complicate how personal data is shared across organisations.

As reported by ARN, Microsoft and LinkedIn’s joint plans make mention of the development of an economic graph, the synergy of the graph data both companies have built to better identify employee skills gaps, and the general blending of external social profiles and internal productivity applications.

“At the end of the day, if LinkedIn doesn’t clearly remain a distinct entity in more ways than name, we’ll have a lot of annoyed LinkedIn users questioning if this is what they signed up for,” Sussin claimed.


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