Just as Microsoft continues to add to Office 365 and introduce new features, the team at Wizdom is very active in driving a programme of enhancements.
Read about Content Formula’s intranet and digital workplace predictions for 2018
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It pays to stay close to your users from the first day of your intranet project to the day you launch. Not only will this deliver an intranet which is based on needs and will work effectively, it will also allow you to build advocacy, trust and engagement with your users.
The intranet is the central channel within the digital workplace, and the perfect home for key apps and services which can be used by all employees.
If you’re considering a new intranet it can be difficult to know where to start. To help you, here’s a high-level “intranet for beginners” view of seven major steps to get you to a brand-new intranet.
Read about Wizdom’s learning management module that helps companies to manage activities such as training courses and company events in a streamlined and effective manner.
Microsoft have revealed the roadmap for Office 365, SharePoint and OneDrive for the next year at #MSIgnite – take a look to see what they have promised here.
If you’re going down the Office 365 road a non-SharePoint intranet makes little sense. We predict that at some stage in the future that you will want your intranet to integrate with your core suite of Office 365 tools. And if you don’t want to, your stakeholders and your users will eventually demand it.
If you’re an intranet professional or are working on an Office 365 roadmap, you’re likely to have come across the “digital workplace”. It’s a term and a concept that’s been steadily growing in popularity over the past three years and have now entered the mainstream.