Existing intranet and wiki systems in all companies are filled with content. When it comes to launching a new Confluence system or a Confluence-based intranet such as Linchpin, many customers want their existing information to be transferred to the new environment and want a fool-proof and efficient migration strategy.
When a developer uses Google’s leading technology to create a personalized intranet – wouldn’t that be immediately superior to Atlassian’s relatively sluggish technology? You’d think so, but this was not the case! And our customers agree – Linchpin is still the central integration point for all of these new cloud services.
There are many good reasons to use the Confluence-based social intranet Linchpin, even if your company wants to keep using the old approach of documentation creation and storage with Google Docs or Word and Office 365.
Confluence is hugely valuable and once you have started using it it’s hard to imagine going back to a time before Confluence. However, the more actively it is used, the more often teams will request specialized functions. We’ve listed our top ten apps that help teams and organizations work together more efficiently and effectively.
Pure intranets are increasingly becoming a thing of the past. Even the number of dedicated extranets will decrease. Now, flexible methods to support collaboration across company boundaries are in demand.
In a webinar with co-host Levente Szabo, we discuss how the Midori Archiving Plugin improves the quality of Confluence, what options and possibilities are available to businesses with systematic content lifecycle management processes, and also why misgivings surround the automated archiving of Confluence pages.
Before taking on an intranet project, you really want to know what software license fees to take into account. Go ahead and call your trusted SharePoint consultant: “I want to set up a SharePoint-based intranet for 500 staff – what license fees do I need to reckon with?” You’ll get numerous ifs and buts but no specific figures.
A lot of business communication is still “off-the-record”. That has dramatic downsides in lack of transparency, reduced options to synchronize and communicate, and less common ground for decisions. This blog post wants to encourage you to reduce “off-the-record business communication”. It’s about your bottom line.
Intranets and the internet are beginning to look a lot alike. In the past, publishing on an intranet was strictly …
Companies often use strict checklists with poor criteria to select an intranet solution, resulting in a intranet that does everything, but nothing well. Intranet Compass is an independent intranet comparison site, using 50 good criteria and providing demonstration videos to help you make a better choice.