Since the emerging market dominance of Microsoft’s SharePoint, intranets have come to be places to store and share documents and have also incorporated a range of more sophisticated communication and collaboration tools. So, what role should the intranet play in modern business? This is a key question we have been asking at Content and Code for many years.

With an increasingly mobile world- technology evolving and employee engagement leading to higher levels of productivity. Are your employees taking notice of your comms and intranet? Runaway technological advances and huge shifts in the way companies are working, the traditional approach to intranet design and deployment feels increasingly irrelevant to the needs and requirements of modern work.

Typically, traditional intranets encourage communications through homepage news updates and blog posts. These can be effective, yet in today’s mobile first and high pressure working environment, few people have time to sit in front of a desktop and consume this kind of staid content. Fresh, from Content and Code, the needs of modern business users are much more effectively catered to. Fresh provides powerful video tools which allow compelling clips to be shared and viewed easily – whatever device employees are using. Fresh also incorporates Yammer, a social environment, which allows for much easier (and more familiar, for the Facebook generation) sharing of company news and updates.

In this eBook, we compare the way traditional intranets work with today’s alternatives. We look at how most traditional intranets are used, and demonstrate how a modern intranet is the compelling alternative your company deserves.


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