Is your intranet:
- A dump heap of news, documents and outdated org charts?
- The last place employees look for company information?
- Ignored or misunderstood by employees?
You can fix this.
But you don’t have to do it on your own.
The intranet team at Microsoft recently redesigned the corporate portal they call MSW.
This redesign brought new social features and as a result, more users, higher user satisfaction, and increased employee engagement.
In this session, you’ll see detailed screenshots from the award-winning MSW running on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
You’ll learn about:
- MSW’s role in Microsoft’s intranet, and how it has evolved
- Why metrics are so important – and how Microsoft measures success
- Roles & partnerships involved in running the successful corporate portal
- Microsoft’s portal governance
- New social features including “like,” “share” and “comment” that drive engagement and connect employees to information and to each other
- How worldwide executive communications gets done on MSW, including live streaming events
- The most popular features on MSW and examples of their three major content areas:
- News content programmed by MSW editors, both internal and external news
- Portal to sites & common tasks on Microsoft’s intranet
- Content hosted on behalf of groups across the company
Join us for this exciting case study of MSW, and see what Microsoft does with its very own SharePoint Server 2010.