The energy on the day was buzzing. The pace was fast. It didn’t go without a few bloopers, but it didn’t matter. The atmosphere was uplifting and positive and it’s clear that a lot of thought had gone into making this event happen. The central London location was ideal. The layout and convenience of the […]
I read a post from Enterprise Strategies claiming to have statistically proven the case for a social intranet. I found both the statistics and the interpretation of the statistics interesting.
The Intranet Now un/conference takes place on 2nd September in London. The day will be made up of three flavours of talks with main speaker presentations, lightning talks and unconference-style sessions.
BIS went live with their WordPress intranet at the start of May. This is our third central government department client using the Open Source GovIntranet theme, already in use at DCMS and NIO.
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 name or job title. If you don’t know a name […]
How to setup Google Analytics to track your documents as part of regular content.
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 […]
What are the differences between keywords and tags?
The latest major release of GovIntranet is available in beta on GitHub. Find out what’s new.
Two intranets. Both built in WordPress. Very different search experience.
I’ve been reminiscing over my time working on the Justice intranet and it got me thinking about the differences between the hoops and obstacles that I used to have to put up with compared to some of the standard issue features of using WordPress as a CMS today. It’s been with great joy that I […]
I’ve been at Helpful Technology a year this week, so thought it would be an opportune time to dredge myself out of the wilderness to blog about what I’ve been up to. I’ve certainly been quiet on social media and here on my blog. And that’s for many reasons. While I still get involved with […]