Claromentis now integrates with Microsoft Outlook

author Kerensa Johnson, October 8, 2015

It’s always fantastic when we can implement a new feature which has harvested so much excitement. For so long, our company and our clients have pushed for a way for their intranet calendars and Microsoft Outlook calendars to have a two-way sync, so that events are automatically updated in both places. We are happy to […]

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Make the most of your corporate social networks

author Carol Mentis, October 7, 2015

Social networks have changed the way we live, devour news, keep in touch with loved ones, and more. So why haven’t social networks taken over with such gusto in the business sector? Well, that is a conundrum, but corporate social networks are certainly gaining traction. The improvements in smartphone technology, as well as internet connectivity, […]

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Should Emails and Social Media be Merged?

author Kerensa Johnson, October 5, 2015

Different aspects of technology are constantly being merged together into one multipurpose entity; email apps and gaming, emojis and password security, and social networking and collaboration. Whilst some of these are arguably more useful than others, the latest amalgamation of technology is the combining of emails and social media, with Microsoft introducing Facebook and Twitter-like […]

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How social intranet software can improve productivity

author Carol Mentis, October 2, 2015

Trying to raise the productivity of a workforce can be an extremely frustrating endeavour. For larger organisations in particular, finding the right solutions to implement in order to increase the output of employees can take years of trial and error. Any solution that has been successful in another organisation is something that merits careful consideration […]

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Why Do We Need a Mobile Intranet?

author Kerensa Johnson, October 1, 2015

We are living in a world where we seemingly cannot be without our smartphone; we are constantly basking in the glow of our mobile screens, never wanting to miss an update, an email, or an invite. At a time when people reportedly spend more time on their phone than watching TV, we simply cannot underestimate […]

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Which Team Manages your Intranet?

author Kerensa Johnson, September 29, 2015

There’s a rumour going round at the moment; the team most qualified to manage an intranet is up-for-grabs and up for debate! In a recent study, it was shown that the main teams for driving intranet management were Internal Communications and IT. The first thought that springs to mind is that these two teams are […]

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How to ensure that your team uses their collaboration software to its full potential

author Carol Mentis, September 28, 2015

If you have just installed a fresh new collaboration software package for your organisation, or if you have decided that such software will be useful for you but you’re not sure how to broach this topic to your staff, this blog post is for you. Collaboration software that is a good fit for your business […]

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How your extranet can be used to help enhance good customer service

author Carol Mentis, September 25, 2015

What constitutes good customer service never comes down to just one individual factor, and to further complicate things, no two organisations are alike enough for there to be one umbrella approach that suits every company equally well! While good customer service means different things to different people, everyone can list several things that they class […]

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What is a learning management system?

author Nigel Davies, September 24, 2015

A learning management system (LMS) is a fantastic tool to create, distribute and track your training program. This software application helps administer a whole educational course or training program, which is also called e-learning. LMSs can simply manage training or educational records to full distribution of complete modules and exams for universities. LMSs are used […]

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Five common – and avoidable – security threats that your intranet might face

author Carol Mentis, September 23, 2015

Your business or organisation’s intranet might be a small or not-so-small private network, but the ultimate goal is of course to enable collaboration between your employees in different areas of the business, and facilitate the secure, private exchange of information between selected parties only. Whether your intranet has five users or five thousand, and whether […]

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