How Intranets are Driving the Return to Workplace As countries across the globe are starting to ease up on COVID-19 restrictions, organizations are working harder than ever to facilitate a smooth transition for their employees as they start returning back to work. Securing their employees’ well being while ensuring productivity and continued efficiency is a
Modern Intranets Enable A Central Information Hub. Here’s How. According to a report featured by the TechRepublic, an average employee switches between 35 job-critical applications more than 1,100 times every day. And an IDC report says that knowledge workers spend an average of 2.5 hours every week finding the information they need within their enterprises.
Getting Ready for the Hybrid Workplace: The New Normal of Work The onset of the pandemic has revolutionized the way organizations are functioning. With offices sitting empty and households buzzing with the noise of back-to-back meetings and calls, what “normal” looks like has certainly taken a complete turn. Companies and employees are looking at the
Accessing Business Intelligence Dashboards Within An Intranet Accessing and keeping constant track of business KPIs and reports is hard. CxOs, VPs, managers and other senior management leaders need to continuously monitor different types of KPIs relevant to their role. But in order to access them, they have to undergo the tedious process of opening their
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How The COVID-19 Pandemic Will Change the Future of WorkIn the last few months, the COVID-19 crisis has turned both our personal and professional lives upside down. The relationships among individuals, businesses, employees, customers and societies in general have been rewired and are paving the way for what Deloittes calls as “the new social contract”.The