We’ve lived with the words ‘like’ and its hateful neologism ‘unlike’ since Facebook introduced it almost five years ago. It’s become a staple of social media sites. We’ve all-grown used to seeing — and using — the like button to express delight in a post, but what does it really mean? We’ll explore the use of ‘like’ – Jon hopes he’ll convinced you to remove it, while Luke tries to defend it.Read More
Last week, Intranetizen headed to Berlin for the 2nd Intranet Reloaded conference in Berlin. Despite it being a relative newbie on the conference trail, this event has quickly become a ‘must-attend’ date calendar – Jonathan Phillips explains why.Read More
If you’re looking for inspiration when writing your 2013 #intranet plan or resolutions, where should you start looking? One of the best places is to seek advice from those intranet managers whose intranets have won awards. In an earlier post, we let you know which awards to enter, so now, let’s take a look who won.
We’re now launching our intranet awards page so you can keep on top of submissions for 2013′s prizes.Read More
This week, Jonathan Phillips from the Intranetizen team had the pleasure of attending and presenting at Congres Intranet 2013. With an increasing number of international intranet conferences, how does this Utrecht-based conference stack up? Here’s our review.Read More
As part of every intranet managers purview will be long range planning for your intranet or digital workplace. Part of the input will be from your users and some will be from your business leaders, but will either be ambitious enough? In today’s Intranetizen post, we share insight from our industry’s thought leaders on their vision of Intranet 2015.Read More