In today's fast-paced business world, internal communication is critical for the success of any organization. Effective communication among employees is vital to keep them informed, engaged, and productive. One of the most powerful tools for internal communication is an intranet. In this blog post, we'll explore the advantages, features, and best practices for using an intranet for internal communications.
Who doesn’t have remote employees now? Did you onboard anyone in Covid who has never met anyone else in person in your company? Remote workers can’t just walk down the office hall to Bob’s desk and ask “How am I supposed to do W?”, “Where do I find X?”, “Who is the best person to ask about Y?” Bob, the knowledge expert at your company, might be a teleworker and those that are physically in the office might not know that he is the physical manifestation of your company’s Google search engine. Hence, having an intranet, or HR Hub, has become a vital resource in these post-covid days so that your employees across different departments can gain access to applications, official documents, and essential information no matter where they are.
Exciting news! Red Hat recently featured an article we wrote highlighting the advantages of open source for architecting internal communications!
Shipping with the upcoming Concrete CMS 9.2 release is a new feature that allows site owners and developers to ensure their users' accounts are more secure with forced password changes.
Coming Soon: Strengthen Your Website Security with Concrete CMS 9.2's New Password Strength Meter.
Welcome to our weekly roundup of news in the world of Concrete CMS. This blog post highlights the success stories of businesses that have revamped their websites using Concrete CMS and announces the latest release of version 9.2.0RC1.
The New Yorker recently posted an article about ExRx.net, a fitness resource website that is built with Concrete CMS.
Compliance with policies is crucial for government websites to provide the public with accurate and reliable information, improve user experience, and meet compliance requirements. In this article, we will provide an overview of some of the lesser-known policies and tools that can help government websites and agencies meet compliance requirements, such as ensuring accessibility, content, search, and performance measurement.
This Friday we discussed how URLs are managed in the Concrete CMS core.
What if you could add another tool that could streamline your operations, enhance your website's functionality, and provide a more efficient way to manage your time and events? That tool is a calendar. In this post, we'll discuss the features and benefits of extending your CMS with a calendar and how to do it with Concrete.