Usability, content, search and analytics on the corporate intranet

Monthly Archives: January 2014

Do intranets need an archive machine?

26 Jan 2014 2 comments

Do we need something similar to the web archives on our intranets? Is there a case for going back to a snapshot of the intranet at a particular date?



GovIntranet gets a People Profile and Staff Directory

24 Jan 2014 4 comments

As part of the latest release of the intranet theme, we’ve integrated a set of customised Staff Directory templates. On the intranet You can search the staff directory from the main intranet search box or the staff directory pages. You can find people based on their┬áname or job title. If you don’t know a name […]



How to track documents as pages in Google Analytics

23 Jan 2014

How to setup Google Analytics to track your documents as part of regular content.



Northern Ireland Office goes live with DCMS intranet theme

20 Jan 2014

To kick off the New Year, the Northern Ireland Office launched their new intranet, using the GovIntranet WordPress theme, based on the DCMS intranet. Una Flynn, Head of Communications at NIO, wanted to improve the existing intranet, which was a collection of documents that had grown organically by content publishers. Having introduced social media to […]



Tags vs Keywords

7 Jan 2014

What are the differences between keywords and tags?