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The intranet is used extensively, for example, for booking travel (and for claiming the related travel expenses), for gleaning information on both corporate and individual customers (either in response to inquiries or proactively for direct marketing purposes), and for communicating with company offices and major client organizations worldwide. It is too early to judge the longer term benefits (and drawbacks) of the move, which has not been without its teething problems, of course. For example, the hot desking concept has not been entirely successful, with individuals deliberately leaving their belongings behind on “their” desk in an attempt to reserve their own spaces.
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