A company intranet is one of the most effective tools in your arsenal when it comes to collaborative work, knowledge sharing, and deepening employees’ understanding of your workplace, especially in an increasingly digital workforce.
Remote work has become increasingly popular in the UK and elsewhere, with nearly 40% of those who earn £40,000 or more still working in a remote capacity as of 2022.
Since 2020, remote and hybrid working has revolutionised the modern workplace. While remote working was initially implemented as a temporary solution to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, many workplaces have now shifted exclusively to remote working, or found ways to integrate a hybrid element to the employee experience.
Looking for a new intranet and wondering whether to use SharePoint? If you’ve searched up ‘intranet sharepoint’ / 'sharepoint intranet' you’re not alone. With so many companies using Microsoft 365, and with SharePoint included in their M365 license, SharePoint is a logical choice for intranet software. SharePoint isn’t just a default however, it’s also a solid option; just ask the 200,000-plus organisations and 190 million people who use SharePoint for their intranets, team sites and content management.
And to add to SharePoint’s appeal, Microsoft has added SharePoint Connections to its offerings.
In this blog post, we'll examine SharePoint in more detail:
It’s over 20 years since the creation of the first intranets. Technology has changed greatly in that time. The way people work from anywhere, at any time with any device has changed the world of work dramatically. Increasingly, the best intranets are business critical tools that people rely on to aid their work.
Microsoft Viva Connections is available for free to Microsoft 365 Enterprise users.
The world is not what it once was. Everything we need in our modern lives are just a few clicks of a button away. As should be the vast amount of information that organisations produce and hold. Due to increasing importance of data and content management paired with accessibility, companies are seeking ways to unlock the full power of knowledge, communication and collaboration.
‘Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated’ wrote Mark Twain back in 1897. Much the same could probably be said of the intranet.