What exactly is the difference between an intranet and a digital workplace? Which is the best solution?
The current rate of Microsoft Teams adoption is monumental. This trend has been excelling for the last few years. Statistics show staggering rises, for example between 2019 and Q2 2021 the number of Microsoft Teams users jumped from 20 million to 145 million.
Digital working practices are now a fundamental aspect of most people’s working lives. The reliance on intranets and digital workplace software has increased tremendously during the pandemic. The likes of Microsoft have seen a huge uptake of digital workplace software (Microsoft 365) as businesses look to technology to keep employees connected.
The gist of most boardroom conversations happening right now will be around revenue forecasts and how to still maintain a tight grip on purse strings. In these circumstances would you consider knowledge management software to be a priority or a nice to have? Some might initially answer “a nice to have” but think about the importance knowledge management has had on solving business problems during this pandemic.
The aim of an employee experience platform is to help employees bring about balance to their working lives. The modern working life is becoming increasingly digitalised. This has many benefits including more flexibility and convenience within the working day.