What did our readers like best this past year? Check out our most popular posts for 2012:
User adoption remains a challenge to intranet managers, and so this “classic” remains popular.
Wikis are popular among social intranet users. This post shows how you can get more use out of them.
The Human Resources Department can benefit greatly from a functional social intranet. In this post, we list intranet content HR could and should be publishing — beyond company policies and vacation forms.
Deep down, we all know we must escape the tyranny of email. This post summarizes all the different ways internal email spam is costing our companies big time, and how the intranet can help cut down on them.
Many of our client find us while looking for an alternative to Sharepoint. This post lists various reasons why Sharepoint may not be the best solution for your company.
Noodle intranet offers it, but few take advantage of it. The blogging application, that is. If you’ve been on the fence about blogging internally, we hope this post will push you to become an internal blogger.
What’s worse than an intranet that doesn’t work? An intranet that does work but is boring! Check out our tips for keeping things interesting and compelling in your intranet.
Here we share our best ideas to an enchanting intranet homepage.
Looks like I’m not the only one who likes widgets!
Being an intranet manager is hard. A great one? Even harder, as this post shows.
We look forward to publishing even better posts for you in the coming year.