'10 Lessons' Intranet Event back by popular demand

by Astra Baker on Jan 30, 2012
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10 Lessons

On March 21st Netsight is hosting it's second half-day event '10 Lessons learned from building successful corporate intranets and portals'.

Due to the popularity of the first event we have decided to host the event again at the SS Great Britain.

Our consultants and developers will be giving talks and demonstrations based on our experiences of delivering over 200 projects from clients ranging from start-ups to multinational corporations, public sector bodies and NGOs.

This is a free event ideal for anyone involved in the implementation or management of a corporate intranet or portal, or anyone considering building an intranet.

For more information:

Download our event overview PDF

(Attendees will have the opportunity to take a tour of the ship either before or after the session programme.)

Natalia says:
Jun 26, 2013 01:20 AM
I disagree. While the soaicl label may have been coined recently, the tools or applications which make up a soaicl Intranet have been available on the Lotus/Domino platform for at least five years. We built just such a system from common templates on the Domino platform at a manufacturer that I worked for several years ago. And the geographically dispersed team I lead at IBM prior to that made extensive use of the same technology. Over half of IBM's Global Services division in Canada work from home and without these tools this would not be possible.It may be true that in 2009 some companies and also the open source community began packaging suites of applications and calling them soaicl Intranets. But the tools themselves have been around for years.

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