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Article by Rampant Author Brian Carr

The Corporate Intranet Rebirth

So your flat-style intranet has reached the end of its useful life, now what? Are your end-users asking for unreasonable features like personalization, application and system integration, Single-Sign-On and content management? Do they already use industry web portals such as Google's Personalized Home Page, myYahoo or myMSN? Are they wondering why you can't deliver something more like these? Well, you're not alone. The technical skills of today's workforce are light years ahead of where they were 5-10 years ago. The new generation of employees and management are relying on aggregated information sources, served up quickly, through any electronic device. In addition, we've seen social networking sky rocket over the last few years and the use of instant messaging, text messaging, and blogging enter the corporate arena. So back to the original statement, your flat-style intranet has reached the end of its useful life, no what? This is a common question among company's who have a lot of information, in various formats, specific to roles and work units, scattered all over the place, and on various web and file servers.

 

 

 

 

   

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