We’ve all seen the case studies showing beautifully-executed intranet projects, with their perfect UX, top-notch features and stylish design. But what’s hidden in the dark recesses of your intranet? Or those other intranets you don’t like to talk about?Read More
Breaking news this morning suggests Microsoft are in talks to buy the enterprise social network company, Yammer, for a reported $1bn. Whatever the next few weeks brings on this story, there is absolutely no doubt that each company has much to gain from such a partnership. It’s also great news for the millions of intranet users across the globe who use – and are all too often disappointed by - the SharePoint stack. Here’s the intranetizen viewRead More
If you’re working in intranets, part of your routine is likely to analyse your intranet statistics and look for opportunities for development. They’re a vital indicator of intranet health, showing if your site is working correctly and providing the services employees need. But who sees the stats? Just the intranet team, the stakeholder team or maybe you share with every user of your intranet. In this post, we’ll look at the case for broadening the audience for your intranet statistics.Read More
Last week Intranetizen writers Jonathan and Sharon headed over to Amsterdam for the Advanced Intranets and Portals conference. Arranged by Connecting Group, it attracted around 80 participants from across northern Europe for two days of intranet talks and tours, delivered by the usual mix of intranet practitioners, consultants and vendors. The conference promised to be an insight into the latest intranet thinking and a great opportunity to network so did it deliver? The intranetizen team provide their thoughts on one of the key conference dates of the year.