We’re wrapping up the year with a roundup of the most popular blog posts for 2013:
Many of you were interested in finding ideas to name your intranet. This post gives plenty of triggers for brainstorming intranet names.
Employee engagement was a hot topic in 2013. This post shows the intranet plays a key role in getting and keeping employees engaged.
Facebook’s popularity seems to be slowing down, but it’s still worth asking if it and similar social networks are a good model for enterprise social networks.
Sharepoint isn’t a perfect fit for every organization. Read this post to learn three reasons why.
Mobile is the way to go “” or maybe we’re already there. But is the corporate intranet keeping up?
The benefits of an effective intranet go beyond practical productivity. Here we explore how the intranet can help build trust in the workplace.
Are you ready to launch your intranet? Answer these questions and you will be.
Still attaching documents to emails? Explore the many and better options you have.
The intranet can also serve as a barometer for the level of trust “” or mistrust “” in your organization.
What does it take for a team to collaborate successfully when they’re not together physically in one place?
What were your favourites from the Noodle blog this year? Did they make the list? What would you like to read more about in 2014?
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