Yammer to roll out real-time message translation
- USA: Saturday, March 02 - 2013 at 00:31
Microsoft's enterprise social network Yammer has unveiled plans to add real-time message translation to its business collaboration platform by way of the Microsoft Translator engine, PC Magazine has reported. The translation service will be available for 39 languages and the new feature is expected to be made available to Yammer Enterprise licencees in "late spring 2013," Yammer said. Yammer has plenty of non-English speakers among its seven million users and is hoping to attract more when it brings message translation online, Microsoft said. Some 65% of Yammer's user base is located outside of the US, though the company didn't break down how many were non-English speaking.
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