How to fix a broken Intranet
October 11, 2006 Toronto, Ontario
Prescient Digital Media, 180 Bloor Street West Suite 1102
Organizations build an intranet to facilitate communication, encourage collaboration, and streamline processes. Unfortunately, too many of these internal sites have failed to achieve their business objectives and now require fixing.
Social software â€” notably blogs, wikis and social bookmarking â€” offer powerful solutions for fixing a broken intranet. And open source content management solutions provide an ideal platform for supporting these applications, because they enable organizations to afford experimentation and reduce the innovation cycle.
A 90 minute information packed session offered Free at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. in Toronto, presented by Julian Mills, of Prescient Digital Media, and Seth Gottlieb, of Optaros.
Seating is limited â€“ register today! Register before September 27 and be entered to win a USB watch.
8:30/3:30: Welcome and introduction
8:45/3:45: Strategies and case studies for fixing and intranet and implementing social software: Prescient Digital Media
9:15/4:15: Implementing social software with open source CMS: Optaros
9:45/4:45: Q & A