Presentation on theme: "BSPUG Blog Watch with Jeff Ward. Intranet Design Annual 2009: Year's Ten Best Intranets Company and industry news Integrating internal and external."— Presentation transcript:
BSPUG Blog Watch with Jeff Ward
Intranet Design Annual 2009: Year's Ten Best Intranets Company and industry news Integrating internal and external information sources Editorial control of the intranet homepage Keeping the intranet up-to-date CEO blogging Employee and department weblogs Onboarding of new employees Consistent navigation Multilingual intranets; supporting international employees Multimedia and video on intranets Data visualization Web 2.0 features on intranets Community Polls Collaboration tools and discussion boards Internal wikis Employee self service Search Governance Development process for intranet redesigns Web analytics for intranets Staffing of intranet teams; where they report in the organization Updating and maintaining standards and guidelines for intranet design Intranet branding Promoting new intranet features Staff directory and employee profile pages Corporate calendars Personalization Customization Alerts Working with external design agencies Intranet budgets and staffing Report: http://www.nngroup.com/reports/intranet/design/ In total, the 10 winners were built on 26 different products substantially fewer than the 41 used in 2008 or the 49 used in 2007. Most impressively, fully half of the winning intranets used SharePoint, SharePoint use has grown dramatically in recent years. This is particularly impressive given that, from 2003–2006, the winning intranets didn't use earlier versions of SharePoint at all. Review: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/intranet_design.html
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FAST enterprise search http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2009/02/10/microsoft- unveils-new-enterprise-search-road-map.aspx A Web Parts-based integration between SharePoint and the Fast ESP search platform was available shortly after Microsoft bought Fast for US$1.2 billion last year, but the new server,integration Fast Search for SharePoint, will go much further, having been "designed to work really well across the various workloads of SharePoint," Fast Search for SharePoint will be available when Office 14 ships.