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Is Having too many Programs Killing Productivity? Solve it with Intranet Software

Summary: The slogan, “there’s an app for that” is truer than it’s ever been. But are all the different programs we use to accomplish things killing productivity? Boost it back up by centralizing various programs into one with intranet software. In today’s digital world, we often get bombarded with a plethora of platforms to complete the same tasks. For example, popular social media channels that essentially do the same thing (think Twitter, Facebook, Instagram). Instead of sticking to one platform to share photos and status updates, you probably use all of them.

Top 3 Requirements of Document Retention

Summary: Create a document retention strategy for your organization using these top 3 requirements which include; defining a retention policy, keeping documents relevant, and maintaining records. A document retention plan is one of the top requirements for any organization. Your employees are constantly finding, editing and revising documents so taking control of document retention is crucial to ensure your organization runs smoothly. Your intranet can help you with your document management goals using tools such as Document Read and Agree, Document Versioning and more. Before you get started on document retention, make sure your documents are of value. Your intranet can accumulate a

5 Pitfalls of Using a Shared Drive for Document Management

Summary: Do you rely on your shared drive for document management? Then you may want to consider these 5 disadvantages of doing so. In recent years, we’ve seen a rise in technology, especially in the workplace. Many organizations have gone “paperless”, transitioning paper documents onto an electronic document system. While a number of organizations have installed specialized document management software, some are still just relying on the shared drive to manage documents. However, there are some disadvantages to using a shared drive for document management that you should be aware of.

Using Your Intranet for Project Management Tools

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.

The Benefits of Enterprise Search on Your Intranet Site

Summary: How effective Enterprise Search on your intranet can benefit your organization by saving time and returning more accurate results. I don’t know about you, but I am always ‘online’. Whether it’s my phone, my desktop or my laptop, my daily life revolves around a high level of connectivity. Unfortunately, it has created an unrealistic expectation for instant access to everything. Whether it’s a call back, an email response or a text message, I always seem to need the answer instantaneously.  The reality is I don’t need it now, I want it now.

What’s New in Active Directory Synchronization (AD Sync)

Summary: With the latest release, Policy Assist, many improvements and modifications were made to AD Sync. The recent Policy Assist release includes a dramatic update to our Active Directory Synchronization tool. There were several deficiencies in the original AD Sync that needed to be addressed and we took the opportunity to improve the user interface and workflow for setting up connections. Among the items we wanted to address with the latest release are:

Effectively use Your Intranet as Collaboration Software

summary: 4 tools to turn your intranet into fully-functioning collaboration software, such as Project Sites and Discussion Forums. Many people don’t think ‘intranet’ when they hear ‘collaboration software’. This is due, in part, to people still believing that intranet software is an IT only program. While IT may assist with setting your intranet up, we have seen a shift in the types of users that manage and maintain the intranet. Instead, users are much more communicative and collaborative, and the purpose of the intranet is for just that.

Better Leverage Your Intranet Solution to Find Information

Summary: 4 effective tips to better leverage your intranet solution for finding important information. We all know how frustrating it can be when we can’t find something. Whether it’s a lost phone, a misplaced card, or important notes buried under desk clutter, the letdown of a fruitless search is something anyone can relate to. Just like material items, digital content can also elude us. If users can’t find what they’re looking for, they may circumvent your intranet solution, or give up, which wastes time. While we can’t help find lost phones, we do have some helpful tips on resolving the “I

The Benefits of an On-Premise Solution For Your Intranet

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.

Reduce Audit Stress with a Bank Intranet

Summary: Why internal audits are stressful and how a Bank Intranet can alleviate the stress with organized Policy Management. Internal audits are necessary part of ensuring your bank is operating within the governance structure outlined by the board. However, an audit can have a real toll on the mental health of bank employees. Panic can ensue when an audit is announced, and long outstanding tasks suddenly take priority. This flurry of activity is disruptive, and staff can be strained to keep on to of daily tasks in addition to new workload.