Happy Holidays from the Intranetizen team
As 2014 comes to a close, we wanted to say thank you to all of you who have visited the site over the past year. Some of you may have noticed we haven’t been posting as often; life, work (secondments to Asia, SharePoint upgrades and increased responsibility) and collaboratively managing a site upgrade (we of course are following what we preach) have preoccupied us this year.
Next year will see a new site, which includes a new look and logo, which we are very excited to share. Our launch will not be a big bang, but a long wow, so be prepared to see little enhancements throughout 2015.
Before we say goodbye to 2014, let’s revisit our 15 most popular posts (of all time):
- 10 Characteristics of a great intranet
- Intranet metrics & KPIs – only measure what you mean to act upon
- What’s in an intranet name
- 10 Intranet features that really should exist
- 10 laws for intranet managers
- Should Sharepoint 2013 be on your #intranet roadmap?
- Intranet launch strategies: an idiot’s guide
- Five reasons why carousels have no place on your intranet
- 10 more #intranet features that really should exist
- Are these the ten best intranets of 2013?
- Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for intranet managers
- 14 signs you’ve lost the #intranet plot
- It’s back: 10 more signs you’re losing the #intranet plot
We wish you lovely break and a Happy Holidays and New Year!
See you in January for another great year of thought provoking, sarcastic and challenging posts, but most of all a new site!