Some companies are considering retiring Jive and migrating the content and capabilities to SharePoint platform in order to reduce costs and also to consolidate communication and collaboration channels to drive a better digital employee experience.
If you are looking for a Sharepoint based intranet “in a box” product it is important to research your options; products have their different strengths and you need to find the right fit for your needs and budget.
There are a number of options when choosing an intranet platform. We think these options will begin to reduce as SharePoint is clearly emerging as the no-brainer choice, especially if you are using Office 365. Find out why a SharePoint intranet deserves the top position in your intranet shortlist.
Through our work we’ve built up a strong library of Office 365 intranet examples that illustrate some the key good practices and approaches to consider when implementing an Office 365-based intranet.
Watch our webinar video to learn how to build an intranet in MS Teams
This infographic will help you decide what tool to use to automate your business processes.
Making mistakes and then learning from these is a common experience of rolling out Office 365. In this post we’ve explored some common issues that are avoidable – we don’t want you to repeat them!
LMS365 is unique in the LMS marketplace, and one of its key strengths is the ability to be tightly intertwined with Office 365, helping to create seamless learning experiences for employees and deliver greater efficiencies for learning teams.
Microsoft has announced a solution for customers of Office 365 and PowerApps to help coordinate their own information sharing and team collaboration
Using SharePoint Online straight out of the box for an intranet is potentially a mouth-watering prospect