Improving employee communication is about more than writing better emails

Employee communication is one of the most important ingredients in business—and being able to communicate the right information to the right employees is often a key differentiator in the success of a company. For example, effective employee communication might be sharing internal goals and overall performance with employees, while giving…

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How the corporate intranet has evolved to empower the modern enterprise

When corporate intranets were first introduced in the 1990s, it gave employees a single place to access company information and computing resources, specifically, their business apps.

5 manual office tasks you should already have automated

How much time are your employees wasting on repetitive tasks that could be done with task automation? What projects could they be working on that would instead drive more business value?

Event-driven IT is at the forefront of the digital workplace

Gartner recently took a look at the top 10 strategic technology trends that it says will impact companies in 2018. One of the trends highlighted by Gartner is event driven. But what exactly does that mean?

Overcoming the plague of workplace app fatigue

On average, today’s modern knowledge worker uses about 9.39 apps per day. Why? Because most of them need to use three or more apps to accomplish simple daily tasks.

Reduce information overload in the workplace with machine learning

In the digital workplace, information overload is a real problem—and it only seems to be getting worse.

Why digital experience portals are the future of the modern digital workplace

In the enterprise, we’ve come to associate portal software with words like clunky, outdated, and inconvenient. This is especially true when compared with mobile and other modern SaaS technologies.

Why omnichannel experiences are important for increasing employee engagement

Few buzzwords are more ubiquitous these days than “employee engagement” and for good reason. After all, the benefits are hard to ignore: Companies with engaged employees outperform those without by 202 percent.

Why digital transformation starts with a digital workplace

Forward-thinking enterprises are eager to embrace digital transformation. Yet there’s a lot of confusion about what that will look like—let alone how to get there.