Last week, Jonathan Phillips from the Intranetizen team had the pleasure of attending and presenting at La Rencontre Internationale des Responsables Intranet. This year, the team has had the pleasure of presenting all over the US and Europe, so how does this Paris-based conference stack up and what are the challenges faced by French intranet professionals? Here’s our review.Read More
This was the seventh time Janus Boye has brought web and intranet specialists together for a conference in the Danish city of Aarhus, but only the first time Intranetizen has made it along.
Originally a conference focussed on external web, the J Boye conferences now have dedicated tracks for Intranet and Collaboration, as well as a wide variety of areas relevant to those managing intranets, such as mobile, UX, enterprise search and CMS/Web Experience Management.Read More
A lot of companies are still in their phase for experimenting with what is called enterprise 2.0 or social business. For some this means to establish web 2.0 inspired tools such as blogs, wikis or unified communication solutions. For the others the approach leads to the roll-out of social software solutions that mimick popular internet services such as Twitter and Facebook. In this guest blog for Intranetizen, Philipp Rosenthal argues organisations that ignore the eminent change in business IT frequently face the reality that employees start “outsourcing” their work environment to public cloud services – simply following the basic principle of “if there’s a will, there will be a way”.Read More
Fridays mean fish for supper and another summary post of interesting articles from your Intranetizen team. So, what caught our eye this week?Read More
If you want something to work properly in an organisation, you give someone responsibility for it. You don’t leave it to chance and simply hope that it gets done. Companies would never dream of not having someone in charge of legal, or communications, or widget production, so why is it that so many organisations are leaving enterprise collaboration inappropriately managed?Read More