While the idea of bringing internal communication and collaboration together under the umbrella of a social intranet has always been an exciting concept, it faces three major problems.
What are they?
Keep reading. . . .
On the market in ever-evolving incarnations for nearly twenty years, Microsoft SharePoint has become one of the world’s most popular intranet platforms. But even alongside a slew of Office 365 applications, is it the best option for today’s mobile-first, employee-centric digital workplace, where the importance of company-wide communication and culture-building has been on the rise?
We don't think so.
Why not? Read on. . . .
For many companies and internal communication professionals, their employee communication project is the first time they will have created a digital and real-time communication channel that targets all employees, many of whom have never before been targeted by an internal IT project. So the big question is: How is it done? How did DHL, Brink’s and Audi manage their projects, and what’s the secret to their success?
This year starts with a great app update that brings integrations for Office 365 along with more new features that support larger and distributed organizations. The re-confirmation of terms and conditions works much easier now and we also added improvements for a better user experience. And everyone who is still hungry for more can check out the preview package with brand new trial features.
For communicators longing for a seat at the table when it comes to having their voices heard and playing a part in important corporate decision-making, 2019 stands to be an awesome year.
Here are our 10 reasons why:
The advent of web content management systems (WCMS or simply CMS) in the late 1990s was a key step in the development of the Internet. The technical hurdle of creating web content was out of the way, and more people could publish content with minimal effort.