What’s New with the Social Intranet?

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, social is becoming more and more pervasive. Most organizations are not yet fully social; at least not internally. Of course, most organizations still have a poor intranet that is woefully underfunded, and they […]

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SharePoint 2013 for the Social Intranet

SharePoint is present in 80% of the Fortune 100; and plays a prominent intranet role in about 70% of knowledge worker intranets (either powering the main intranet portal, or delivering associated collaboration sites and/or document repositories). This in spite of its history. SharePoint 2007 was a poor, often frustrating solution; SharePoint 2010 was a step […]

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Content migration for the SharePoint intranet

Migrating content is a big job — in fact, it’s often massive. Many intranet content migration jobs involve many hundreds of thousands of pages and documents (as it did with one recent client with only 400 employees, and more than three-quarters-of-a-million files requiring migration). Migration for SharePoint 2013 (whether content or applications) is one of […]

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