Many businesses are moving to Office 365, but still think of their intranet as something separate that sits alongside it. However, the Office 365 apps can be cleverly integrated and embedded into your intranet
Change management is key to driving intranet adoption, and good levels of adoption are a prerequisite for intranet success.
In his Intranet Team 2017 presentation John Scott examines why intranet video has had a tough time catching on compared to web video. He explains why it’s all about to change and gives you tips and advice on how you can start to use video on your intranet.
Just as many organisations are investigating Office 365 Video, Microsoft releases their new video platform called ‘Stream’.
When well integrated, SharePoint and Yammer gives a boost to communication and collaboration. But Microsoft doesn’t do all the integration you might require.
Joe explains that we always think about content publishing and intranet management as well as the ‘end-user’ experience. Content owners and intranet managers are so important to the success of your intranet.
Email is not dead – the numbers don’t lie. Exploring how best to deliver internal email newsletters, when everyone is complaining about email overload.
Our work with Johnson & Johnson has won gold at the Intranet Innovation Awards. We developed and deployed a mobile intranet specifically to engage employees and raise money for life-altering operations – giving smiles to children.
A slideshow / video exploring reward and recognition – which are integral to employee engagement. Recognising the efforts of people will build a better team and make you a better manager. But it’s not about the annual appraisal, it’s about today.
Marketing communications may seem wholly separate to internal communications, and in turn the marketing team may feel worlds apart from the internal communications team. Yet marketing campaigns are stronger and more authentic when employees are involved. Don’t be ‘that company’ where the staff know less about your news than industry experts.