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J. Boye Aarhus ’09 Intranet Track: Day One, Session Two

Setting up an intranet governance framework in the context of decentralised publishing by Ernst Décsey, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Faced with the challenge of setting up decentralising content publishing using a new web content management system, UNHCR were challenged by senior management to provide publication policies and guidelines to guarantee the quality of material published on the new system. Ernst presents a comprehensive … Continue reading J. Boye Aarhus ’09 Intranet Track: Day One, Session Two »




J. Boye Aarhus ’09 Intranet Track: Day One, Session One

Global Intranet Trends For 2010 – Towards The Workplace Web – Jane McConnell, NetStrategy/JMC My early morning Ryanair flight from Stansted must’ve caught a tailwind, because I arrive twenty minutes early, catch the bus into town and arrive to hear the end of Jane’s spot, the first public presentation of the results of her fourth annual Global Intranet Strategies survey. I’m already looking forward to … Continue reading J. Boye Aarhus ’09 Intranet Track: Day One, Session One »




"I haven’t been to this airport before Mr. Hare, have you?"

If there’s one thing I will take away from the J. Boye 2009 conference in Aarhus, it’s the benefit of reading a bus timetable properly. Having confused destination and starting point, I have just been driven at high speed to Billund airport to catch my flight home. Hearing the above words spoken by a taxi driver normally wouldn’t instill confidence, but as his satnav indicates … Continue reading "I haven’t been to this airport before Mr. Hare, have you?" »