Outsourcing social networking losing its luster

Econtentmag reports that “some organizations are beginning to question the wisdom of giving up ownership of their data through these sites and are considering hosting networks via their own on-domain sites (“Wrestling social network control away from the big guys,” Econtentmag 7 January 2013). YouTube is not mentioned, but use of it to host video libraries of individuals (faculty members as well as consumers) and small organizations (labs), sometimes in the form of “channels“.

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