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.
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
Aimed at intranet managers and comms professionals, the annual Intranet Now conference took place on Friday 30th September 2016 in London. Here are some tweets by us and by others that we thought you might find interesting.
Sometimes customers ask simple but great questions: “What are the big intranet trends I need to be aware of as I consider rebuilding our corporate intranet?”. As intranet practitioners it’s very easy to become immersed in detail and forget the bigger picture. This question made me think.
Download our engagement framework for seven themes to address when rolling out new ways of digital working.
Corporate websites are meticulously designed to evoke trust, retain attention, and to be easy to use. Intranets often lag behind such attention to detail.
A dozen tactics to support your intranet adoption strategy, for before and after relaunch.
Launching a new intranet is exciting – for the team. Everyone else just wants to know what’s changed and what they can now achieve. How do you sustain satisfaction after launch and create a truly useful and valuable intranet?
There are many ways to build a new intranet, or revamp an ageing one. Whatever your approach, your objective must be to create a useful, useable intranet that adds value to your business.
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.