Wednesday, 9th June 2010
The Internet's poor cousin, the corporate intranet, has come of age because of the rise in the use of social media. With the introduction of Intranet 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis, discussion forums etc, the humble intranet has become a powerful tool for employee collaboration and knowledge management.
Long the poorer, maligned cousin to the Internet, the corporate intranet has stagnated under limited budgets and the long held perception that customers and the corporate website are far more important investments. Thanks largely to the social media uprising, more collaborative vehicles such as blogs, wikis and social networking have jumped the firewall and have taken flight on the intranet.
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