SharePoint 2010 is Dead

Death is coming to SharePoint 2010. Mainstream Support from Microsoft SharePoint ended nearly two years ago. More importantly, Extended Support will end in just three years. Once that happens, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or non-security hotfix...
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Intranet benchmarking

Denmark’s premier intranet community and conference organizer, IntraTeam (arguably the World’s most active and advanced, certainly per capita) has launched an Intranet/Digital Workplace Self Assessment Benchmark. In truth, the tool has been around since 2005 and used...
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Great Intranets Begin with Governance

Great intranets are not built from the bottom-up; they are not populist, user-driven systems. The content can be, but the success of the intranet begins and ends in the executive suite, not the cafeteria. Employees should be at the center of the user experience, and...
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What’s New with the Social Intranet?

The social intranet has been quietly evolving. And counter to the predictions of some who dismiss the phenom as merely a fad (one naive "intranet consultant" decried it as a fad at a New York conference, to my face), social is becoming more and more pervasive. Most...
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Executives are killing the intranet

The average intranet is pathetic; it suffers from poor technology, awful, out-dated content, poor engagement, a terrible search engine, non-existent content governance, and a pathetic user experience that looks like a web brochure from the 1990s, or a screen full of...
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SharePoint Intranet Governance

Intranet governance details the ownership model (who owns and manages it), and the rules for creating pages and content (roles and responsibilities, and policies); SharePoint intranet governance is really no different than the standard intranet governance model,...
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Intranet crisis: IBM eliminates remote workers

According to various reports, IBM is eliminating remote workers in marketing, engineering, and other roles. The Register details some of IBM's plans in Big blues: IBM's remote-worker crackdown is company-wide, including its engineers. In the US, those that don't...
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The Critical Intranet Governance Partnership: IT & Communications

The intranet flounders, if not fails, when there is no clear ownership, or governance. Show me a successful intranet, and I guarantee it has a great owner, supported by clear intranet governance. Intranet governance details the ownership model, and the roles and...
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Twitter rendered useless

An explosive start that even surpassed Facebook's stratospheric launch; highly-used by an incredibly engaged audience; simple, and free. What potential... spoiled. Twitter has become a nearly useless tool, overrun by chatter and incoherent missives of daily nonsense,...
Read More

SharePoint 2010 is Dead

Death is coming to SharePoint 2010. Mainstream Support from Microsoft SharePoint ended nearly two years ago. More importantly, Extended Support will end in just three years. Once that happens, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or non-security hotfix...

read more

Intranet benchmarking

Denmark’s premier intranet community and conference organizer, IntraTeam (arguably the World’s most active and advanced, certainly per capita) has launched an Intranet/Digital Workplace Self Assessment Benchmark. In truth, the tool has been around since 2005 and used...

read more

Great Intranets Begin with Governance

Great intranets are not built from the bottom-up; they are not populist, user-driven systems. The content can be, but the success of the intranet begins and ends in the executive suite, not the cafeteria. Employees should be at the center of the user experience, and...

read more

What’s New with the Social Intranet?

The social intranet has been quietly evolving. And counter to the predictions of some who dismiss the phenom as merely a fad (one naive "intranet consultant" decried it as a fad at a New York conference, to my face), social is becoming more and more pervasive. Most...

read more

Executives are killing the intranet

The average intranet is pathetic; it suffers from poor technology, awful, out-dated content, poor engagement, a terrible search engine, non-existent content governance, and a pathetic user experience that looks like a web brochure from the 1990s, or a screen full of...

read more

SharePoint Intranet Governance

Intranet governance details the ownership model (who owns and manages it), and the rules for creating pages and content (roles and responsibilities, and policies); SharePoint intranet governance is really no different than the standard intranet governance model,...

read more

Intranet crisis: IBM eliminates remote workers

According to various reports, IBM is eliminating remote workers in marketing, engineering, and other roles. The Register details some of IBM's plans in Big blues: IBM's remote-worker crackdown is company-wide, including its engineers. In the US, those that don't...

read more

Twitter rendered useless

An explosive start that even surpassed Facebook's stratospheric launch; highly-used by an incredibly engaged audience; simple, and free. What potential... spoiled. Twitter has become a nearly useless tool, overrun by chatter and incoherent missives of daily nonsense,...

read more