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Get More from Your Intranet: Poll Your Colleagues in Confluence

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Meet in the morning or over lunch? Pizza or sandwiches? Team happy hour this Friday or next? These are just a few of the critical decisions that teams make every day. Confluence powers thousands of company intranets around the world, enabling coworkers to share information and discuss topics together. Simple decisions, like what to have for lunch, don't require a meeting (hopefully), but the last thing anyone wants is an email thread with dozens of messages with everyone shouting "Not Chinese!

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5 Ways to Drive Intranet Adoption

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Your intranet is the online portal for your company. It contains all of the information that keeps your company going from day-to-day. A successful intranet is one that keeps users coming back day after day to stay on top of everything they need to get their jobs done. The problem is, too often intranets are forgotten. Either employees don't know their intranet exists, don't know how to use it, or don't have any reason to. If your intranet suffers from any of these symptoms, don't worry, Confluence

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Two Wiki Case Studies: Pharmaceutical and Law

A few weeks, I came across this in-depth case study about the use of Confluence as an intranet at Janssen-Cilag, a pharmaceutical company. There was a lot of talk within Atlassian about this article, so much in fact that I was sure I must have blogged about it here. But a few quick searches today and I realized that I had omitted writing anything about it! Time to make up for that omission: Our Intranet, the Wiki: Case Study of a Wiki changing an Enterprise was published as a blog post by Nathan

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