Tag Archives: intranets

2018 Contributors of the Year: Sam Marshall

2018 Contributors of the Year: Sam Marshall

When he's not advising a client about how to improve their digital workplace, you can usually find Sam Marshall on a bicycle. Or eating yak cheese pizza. Or delivering a conference session about SharePoint intranets. Many of these interests come together in his monthly columns on the site, where

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2018 Contributors of the Year: Jed Cawthorne

2018 Contributors of the Year: Jed Cawthorne

Jed Cawthorne's name comes up quite a bit around CMSWire. Whether it's in relation to his monthly columns on the site, his presence on our reader advisory board or his role as judge for the Digital Workplace Awards we run yearly with the Digital Workplace Group — you don't

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Adding Value to SharePoint Intranets

Adding Value to SharePoint Intranets

Over the last few years Microsoft has started talking about SharePoint much more in terms of intranets rather than it being a more general "platform." At Ignite 2018 in September for example, presenters used the phrase "build your modern intranet with SharePoint " at several points, and announced a range

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A New Enterprise Search Report Gives No Cause for Celebration

A New Enterprise Search Report Gives No Cause for Celebration

For years now, a number of reports have provided valuable insight into the state of play in enterprise search. Notably, for five years Findwise conducted an annual Enterprise Search and Findability survey, but sadly the survey appears to have fallen by the wayside after the company's acquisition by EVRY. AIIM

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Intranet Feature Bloat: What It Is and What You Can Do About It

Intranet Feature Bloat: What It Is and What You Can Do About It

Intranet systems have come a long way since they were introduced in the mid-90s. Back then, internal portals were rather clunky and were barely used — and it remained like that for quite some time. A 2015 survey by Prescient Digital Media showed that only 13 percent of employees actively

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