Starting out on developing – or in many cases re-developing – an intranet can be a daunting experience. With that in mind, sharing some of our lessons learned about starting off on the right foot seems like a good idea.
Social intranets, as part of a broader social enterprise strategy, are increasingly more commonplace and there are no shortage of technology suppliers ready to add the functionality to your portal.
Of late I’ve been spending far too much time than is healthy in some of the nitty gritty issues of a tactical deep dive with no less than 5 separate Jive Software installs and how they all connect with Active Directory, LDAP, synchronisation, permission structures, and the like.
At Interact we have been delivering successful intranets for over 10 years to ensure your employees are happy. But did you know you can use the same software to make sure your customers are as happy as your workforce? You can use the tools available in Interact Intranet to connect to your customers in the same way as you connect to your employees.
The wiki is one of the most useful applications in an intranet. It’s certainly one of the most popular applications among Noodle users. And why not? It’s easy, it’s fast, it’s accessible anywhere. Wikis can be edited on the fly, and the more users are given access to create and edit them, the more collaboration can occur.
This for me is a highly thought provoking graphic. It looks at the reasons why a person may engage, the WIIFM.
Mocana will offer its “injectable” app security features for existing and new enterprise iOS apps as well as for Android. Developers don’t need to access the source code or write new code to protect mobile apps.
In one way or another, every department in a company serves employees to some extent. It is HR’s core business function to serve the employee and yet their presence on the intranet is often understated.