Summary: A Healthcare Intranet can benefit your organization in many ways, from improving patient care to centralizing resources. Discover our top 4 ways you can benefit from a Healthcare Intranet. Hospitals, Clinics, end-of-life care facilities and other companies within the healthcare industry can benefit greatly by implementing an intranet within their organization. A well-designed Healthcare Intranet can provide employees with access to the tools they need to immediately improve communication, enhance staff education and training and most importantly, improve patient care.
Summary: What is intranet security? Top 5 considerations are; anonymous access, integration with active security groups, keeping control of social, support for temporary or volunteer staff and preventing misrepresentation. When evaluating different intranet software providers, prospective buyers often overlook a key component: intranet security. As the Product Manager here at Intranet Connections, I am here to remind you that intranet security should be top of mind when evaluating intranet software providers. Below are my top 5 key intranet security considerations you should keep in mind when searching for the perfect intranet solution.
Summary: What is an intranet page? Benefits of creative intranet pages include brand building, employee engagement, effectively managing intranet changes and improving company culture. Soar above a basic intranet by adding creative touches! Your intranet connects your employees to valuable company resources so it’s important to engage your employees with creative intranet pages. From your intranet’s Home Page to Team Sites, if you give some creative freedom to your intranet admins or department heads, you will see wonderful things happen, such as; brand building, employee engagement, effectively managing changes and encouraging a corporate culture.
Software development is a complicated process. With the end goal of meeting our customer’s needs in mind, we gather requirements, plan, design, code, test and finally deploy product features or enhancements to our Intranet Connections product within our ongoing software release cycle. To facilitate this work, our development team embraces the agile development methodology.
Software companies these days are pushing more of their product offerings into the cloud, yet many of them still have on-premise offerings, even if they’re less advertised. Why is that? Well, what solution works best for you really depends on a number of factors. It’s important you have a clear understanding of what these are, particularly as it relates to how you intend to use your intranet.
I was recently on a website and found myself cursing under my breath because I could not for the life of me find the “contact” in this website’s menu. All I wanted to do was ask a simple question via email. What led me to this website was a task. I needed an answer to my question, and after slogging through the site content, including the FAQ area, I was not successful in getting my answer. So I looked for an area to contact them. I finally found it, three layers deep under an ambiguous heading.
Every so often Marketing strong arms me into delivering a blog post, and seeing as it has been some time since my last one, I wanted to make sure to cover a topic that would be of interest to our intranet IT admins and provide some value for them to better serve their end users. Web Apps & Your Intranet Simply put, intranets are web applications frequently housed within an internal network. In today’s world, end users have exposure in every facet of their lives with web apps (many of them cloud-based) for just about everything from social networking (e.g.
If I had five bucks for every time someone talked about 'the Cloud' in conjunction with intranet software, I would surely be able to fly our team off to Brazil to watch the World Cup finals! Investing in a cloud-based, SaaS (Software as a Service) model, for corporate enterprise intranets is a hot trend that continues to build momentum in the market. Having said that, interestingly, when we talk to our Intranet Connections customers about making the move to 'the Cloud', the answer is - No, they will not. Perhaps many of them are not interested in moving their on-premise intranet
When it comes to internal processes and technology we've heard it a million times: “It's working just fine, so why should we upgrade?”. I understand the hesitancy - if things are going smoothly, why risk a bump in the road to get the advantages of upgrades that you aren't even sure you need? However, when I hear our customers say this about their intranet, the internal solution which is meant to streamline business processes and enhance company efficiency, I must admit, I cringe a little. I cringe because your business is not a stagnant entity, but a constantly evolving enterprise packed with
Greetings Intranet Followers and welcome Blogosphere Readers to another edition of the Intranet Connections Blog. Using Intranet Connections, employees are able to embed intranet media such as images and videos on their intranet site. Media can be embedded right on the homepage, or added through a video or picture library. This week, we’re going to touch on the benefits of including intranet media (e.g. photos, intranet videos, podcasts) on your corporate intranet. Intranet Media that Engages Your Users Traditional methods of communication typically come in the form direct dialog or writing. Of course, these methods of communication do have their