One of the major benefits that comes along with using a social intranet is its content management system.
Your intranet may be an excellent vehicle for managing communication and the sharing of ideas between employees, but it’s also a powerful tool for content creation, management, and sharing.
A second option is to assign a Web staff member to manually update content on a regular basis.
Since an intranet is intended to simplify internal information flow and IT staff load due to the simplicity of the browser, assigning a full time staff member to update content may not fit into the scheme.
The intranet has the potential to be a valuable strategic asset for the organisation.
Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can manage your intranet content without getting overwhelmed.If you aim for sustained adoption of your new intranet, then it’s good to start with building a user friendly information architecture (IA) that helps employees easily find what they need.Many of our clients hire the Thought Farmer Professional Services team to guide them through the IA design process.If you have decided to host your own intranet, you may discover it can be very labor intensive, especially if your goal is to truly reduce paper while providing employees information online.Here are several tips for small business Web and systems administrators to consider before launching or revising an intranet strategy.