Here is the best tweets, videos and photos from IntraTeam Event Copenhagen, March 5-7, 2013.
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Shel Holtz brought my attention to this survey that is much more positive than the one we saw from CEO.com
When I first started working in audio more than 10 years ago, I encouraged some of my clients to think about including the warmth of the human voice in their communications. Then in 2004 podcasting became possible, and we discovered a technology that made audio a lot more accessible.
Still, in the early days, podcasting was not for the faint of heart. The technical side was tricky, and accurate help was hard to find. Today, however, we have plenty of software and tools at our disposal, as well as examples of communicators who’ve ventured into the world of podcasting before us.
NN/g has once again found 10 intranets they say are the best in 2013 and conclude that intranet teams are growing in size and that great intranets requires years to create.
There have been some instances where I have had to expose a webpage onto another webpage. This is usually accomplished by using the "Page Viewer" webpart, but if you have ever tried this then you know that this webpart exposes the entire page within the webpart - usually ending up in having to scroll around the window to find what you needed.
I referenced this demo in an earlier demo entitled "Autopopulate List", where I showed how to automatically pull data from our AD to the list. The missing step was that the columns that should be filled in automatically after clicking "OK" were available to the users from the "newform.aspx" and "editform.aspx" which kind of defeated the purpose of "autopopulate".
Sharepoint is great for organizing information and I have been really happy to see how many of us have embraced this platform. But, as with everything in life, things could be a little better ‐ a little easier. I have noticed a lot of surveys being sent out, or participation lists that need to be filled in.
Woolworths goes mobile with 890 iPads for store managers - and why the traditional intranet is on its way out
There's a great story on The Australian today entitled 'iPads to save Woolies millions'. The article (paywalled, but Google the title and get through that way) describes how Woolworths has given its 890 store managers 3G-enabled iPads that will get them out of their dingy back office and on to the store floors, where they should be.
In an earlier post Tony Russell-Rose reviewed the various ways in which an information need may be articulated, focusing on its expression via some form of query. In this post he considers ways in which the response can be articulated, focusing on its expression as a set of search results. Together, these two elements lie at the heart of the search experience, defining and shaping much of the information seeking dialogue. We begin therefore by examining the most universal of elements within that response: the search result.
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