One of the early critical milestones on the path to implementing a new intranet is ensuring you have the support of your senior management and, ideally, your budget holders.
Have you got an up-to-date and documented intranet strategy? And by that we mean a proper intranet strategy that has been researched, well thought out and signed off by key stakeholders.
A sure sign that a business trend is gaining traction is when it finds its way into people’s job titles. Organisations large and small are starting to take digital transformation very seriously. Here we explore the role the intranet and its manager plays in DT.
If you’re considering Wizdom for your SharePoint intranet and want to find out what existing Wizdom customers think about it you should just ask them yourself! Come to the Wizdom Conference on 15th and 16th March 2017 which will be attended by 150-200 delegates many of whom will be Wizdom customers.
As the exclusive UK partners for Wizdom we are thrilled to see it do so well in the latest Clearbox Consulting review of 26 SharePoint intranet-in-a-box products.
Listening to your intranet users is important, but you have to be able to put it all together in a structured business case so that you raise the money and give people what they need.
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.
As platinum sponsor of the UK’s biggest and best intranet conference Intranet Now, we’ve got a few tickets to give away. If you don’t fancy your chances you can also get a 10% discount on us.
The digital workplace doesn’t reach everyone. The most efficient way of working isn’t always adopted. Companies are doing real-world work and prioritise their projects, deliverables, and customers over digital workflows.