Technology has allowed companies to expand beyond the confines of corporate walls, working with employees around the world in coffee shops, in home offices and on the go – often using mobile devices. While digital transformation and globalization have opened up vast new opportunities, they’re also making some things more complicated. People, information and systems are increasingly fragmented. Not only aren’t people in the same location, they’re not even using the same tools. There’s no single place for connecting, collaborating and getting work done. That’s where Jive intranet portal software comes in, giving companies a complete digital hub for engaging, working and doing great things — together.
Simplify document collaboration. Put a stop to out-of-control review cycles, clashing versions and chaotic email threads. Make all your files easy to find and easy to work with. Jive Interactive Intranet provides a one-stop-shop for sharing, communicating and collaborating – ending disconnects and keeping everyone in sync.
Employees work in offices, at home and away from desks altogether. They work in different teams and different tools. They’re disconnected geographically, organizationally and technologically. At one time, traditional intranet software seemed to offer a solution. Unfortunately, intranets using that software haven’t aged well, and have become little more than dusty content repositories that few employees use. That’s where Jive Interactive Intranet software comes in. Jive is a new kind of intranet software solution, providing the modern collaboration capabilities today’s businesses need – and giving people one place to connect, engage and accomplish things together that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to do alone.
An intranet is like a company’s own internal internet—essentially a private website, hosted in the cloud, on-premises or on external hosting facilities. A company intranet is a closed business network that connects all employees with one location to find all information, people and tools.
Is your company’s intranet feeling its age? That’s not unusual. Most corporate intranets have been around a long time. They’re based on old-generation technology (decades old in some cases), and haven’t kept pace with modern business needs. While newer tools have been transforming communication and collaboration with engaging consumer-style interfaces, rich interactivity and social features, many intranets have become little more than dusty filing cabinets and company bulletin boards.