James Robertson


It’s just a few weeks until the Intranet Innovation Awards opens for entries in 2014.

Some years back, Thomas L. Friedman argued in his best-selling book that the world is flat when it comes to commerce.

Intranets always partly reflect their organisations’ cultures, and they mirror the companies they serve through content, processes, and contributions from employees.

The opportunities for collaboration and social tools to transform how we work are clear, and substantial.

Open-source technologies have always been a technology option for intranets, but mainly as a component within a wider eocsystem rather than as a base platform.

Involving users in the design phase of an intranet or web-based project is not just about gathering requirements and testing designs.

2013 has been a busy and productive year, and we finish with two important articles.

Against the backdrop of changing business practices, it’s valuable to broaden the focus of what intranets can (and should) do.

For the early adopters, social and collaborative functionality is now an expected element of any modern intranet.



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