We learned yesterday that JP Morgan have an online resignation tool as part of their employee engagement programme. We expect there’s more to it than a big red “sod this, I’ve had enough, I’m off” button on the homepage.
But it got us thinking: as well as an ‘I resign’ button, what are the features that an intranet really needs?Read More
As intranets evolve into fully mobile, functioning digital workplaces, we’re discovering a whole bunch more ‘features’ that we find downright horrible! We’ve already presented 24 signs you’re losing the plot (14 signs, 10 signs, we did the maths ourselves) but we’ve discovered yet more signs you’re losing the intranet plot. How guilty are you?Read More
This week news broke that leading enterprise social network Jive is searching for a buyer. It follows in the footsteps of Yammer and Socialcast in moving from successful enterprise social startup to acquisition by technology giants in just a few short years.
It’s thought that Oracle and SAP have decided against acquiring Jive. Some analysts suggest the most likely buyer is Salesforce; while they have their own Chatter product, Jive could bring enhanced functionality and a sizable user base.
We at Intranetizen are left wondering what this all means for enterprise social. Will it create greater choice and flexibility, or force organisations to put all their intranet eggs in one vendor basket?Read More
Last week Microsoft announced ‘Office Graph’ – part of project Oslo – promising to surface the content and files people and their colleagues are most engaged with and that thus deserve the most attention.
But how can we tell if the promise of Microsofts shiniest new technology will deliver in our own organisations and what will ‘office graph’, or its equivalent, bring to the digital workplace?Read More
Borgen, The Bridge, novels by Stieg Larsson – it appears that the whole world has Scandimania. Last night, tech behemoth Microsoft jumped on the bandwagon, announcing their new app Oslo at this years SharePoint Conference (twitter hashtag SPC14). In a peculiarly Philomena Cunk style question, we ask ‘What is Oslo?’ and are Microsoft promoting a compelling vision of a socially connected enterprise future.Read More