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by Alex Manchester

Step Two Designs – 30 June 2009

The different uses for PDFs and web-based content on intranets is a common source of confusion.

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by Catherine Grenfell
Step Two Designs – 30 June 2009

Successful intranet managers balance their technical skills, business acumen and leadership capabilities, and take a pragmatic approach to their sites.

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by Amanda Broomhall
Step Two Designs – 23 March 2009

Organisations are rushing to jump on board the web 2.0 bandwagon, which seem to offer a collection of affordable tools to collaborate and share knowledge. While many organisations are currently experimenting with social media tools, strong successes are still relatively rare.

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James Robertson
KM Column – September 2005

Determining what an intranet is actually for involves gaining an in-depth understanding of staff (and organisational) needs and issues.

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Written by Chris McGrath
FUMSI – July 2008

Thousands of corporate intranets are seldom-used, impossibly complex beasts. In contrast, next-generation intranets are simple, social platforms that can change the way people work (for the better!).

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