Summary: Build an IT knowledge database that employees will use in 3 easy steps including; adding necessary information, maintaining relevancy and promoting regularly. Many departments in your organization are frequently asked the same questions over and over. The solution? A dedicated knowledge database where departments can share their knowledge and reduce time spent answering repetitive questions.
Summary: The designs from your favorite websites can be applied to your intranet design. Read on to learn how! Some of the website designs from the ‘90s were so awful, they make me cringe. You know what I’m talking about, the sites full of Comic Sans font and animated GIFs? To think how far web design has come since then is pretty amazing. However, I have some bad news and good news for you. The bad news is that some of your intranets still look like those cringeworthy ‘90s websites. The good news, they don’t have to.
Summary: Before starting your strategic planning process, review the following 5 challenges and accompanying solutions so you can ensure your planning goes as smoothly as possible! Employees are often head-down in the day-to-day operations of the company. It can be easy for them to forget what their hard work is contributing towards; the big picture. This is why many companies are interested in implementing a strategic planning process. Strategic planning processes can be broken down monthly, quarterly and yearly, and they focus on individual, departmental and corporate goals.
Summary: Streamline and organize projects with Project Management Tools on your intranet using the following 5 tools. The intranet is an amazing way to help streamline communication and share information within an organization through the use of applications, such as Company News, Blogs, Shared Calendars and Automated Alerts. Most of the time, this information is shared both globally on the home site, and through other intranet sites built out for various departments or locations.
Summary: A breakdown of the difference between intranet sites, pages and apps, including examples. Since I started working on the Support Team at Intranet Connections, I have noticed that many of our new customers need help understanding the difference between sites, pages and apps. When first starting out with your intranet, it may be difficult to figure out where things should go and who should have access to those things. In this blog, I’m going to provide examples of sites, pages and apps so you can better understand the difference.
Summary: Take control of your intranet, and avoid falling into the SaaS trap, by discovering the benefits of an on-premise solution. For a long time the intranet was thought to be an IT responsibility. Make’s sense right? It is software after all. At some point though, organizations began to see the light. The Non-IT Intranet An intranet is meant to streamline communication within an organization. It serves to enhance engagement and improve internal processes. In short, it is the company lifeline that strengthens the overall corporate culture.
Summary: Discover why many of our customers have switched from SharePoint to a robust SharePoint Alternative like Intranet Connections. To SharePoint or not to SharePoint, that is the question. At least, that is the question that many of our customers have once asked themselves. Several of our customers were previously using SharePoint before switching to Intranet Connections. They required a simple-to-use, full-functionality solution for a fraction of the cost, leading them to make the switch. So we decided to put together this quick comparison list to ensure you don’t make the same mistake, and instead go with this robust SharePoint Alternative.
Summary: Find the best intranet name for your organization using these top 3 ideas PLUS 15 real client examples such as; Dwight, The Watercooler and VERN. At Intranet Connections, we understand that getting an intranet is a very exciting time for your organization! What’s even more exciting is customizing your intranet so it’s an engaging space for your employees to gather resources, upload documents, keep up-to-date on company news, and learn about their colleagues. One of the key things we’ve noticed when it comes to driving intranet adoption is selecting a name for your intranet. To increase adoption and engagement rates,
Summary: We discuss 3 internal marketing strategies that help you build your brand and engage employees PLUS tips on how your intranet can help! In the age of technology and automation, one can get lost in a sea of generic auto-replies and designs. To ensure your employees are engaged, we rounded up 3 internal marketing strategies for you to try. Adding personal touches to your intranet engages employees and reminds everyone that there is still a real person behind the brand. Automated technology is everywhere, from replying with a text off a pre-populated list of replies instead of answering your phone,
Summary: Popular content feeds for your company intranet with different use cases, such as sharing news content, social content and fun content. Employee engagement and information sharing are two of the primary functions of a company intranet. One of the best ways to promote engagement and keep employees informed is to organize your intranet home page with relevant content feeds via intranet widgets. At Intranet Connections we strike a balance with our content feeds by having a mix of notable and news items, as well as fun and social content feeds.