May 26, 2016

Then and Now – Who Owns and Operates Your Corporate Intranet

Then and Now Who Owns and Operates Your Corporate Intranet-01

Do you remember when an intranet for a company consisted of HTML files that linked to internal documents and websites outside of an organization? In days past, intranets always started within the information technology (IT) departments of organizations. Why? Because IT departments were – by and large – the only… Read More


April 7, 2016

SharePoint “No Code” Solutions for Line of Business Teams

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Oftentimes, buried deep within an organization and without a significant source of funding, are countless line of business teams that are responsible for processes and content that are critical in their own right. (Any team within an organization constitutes a line of business team. Typically these teams have very specific names… Read More


August 13, 2015

Information Architecture – Why Should I Care?

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In the world of collaboration portals, intranets and digital workplaces, the phrase Information Architecture (IA) can sometimes get used haphazardly and the true definition and more importantly…the real value in IA gets lost in obscurity. People have heard the term and likely have used it in conversation…but the definition can… Read More


March 10, 2014

Don’t Add Social Just Because It’s Shiny

Social is neat, Social is cool, Social is shiny, and it isn’t worth a darn unless it solves a business problem. There are some organizations that install SharePoint Social features or Yammer because it’s the hip new thing. No training, no leadership buy-in, no business problem to solve. These implementations… Read More