Singapore Management University (SMU) has created a new intranet for 1,100 faculty and staff. Built in Office 365, iNet also integrates with various other technologies. The intranet is mobile-enabled and features publishing, collaboration and search as well as access to over 30 applications through single sign-on, and a variety of unusual features.
The development team have used an agile methodology and creative thinking to deliver an intranet which is firmly focused on the user experience. The intranet is projected to save SMU 1.5 days per member of staff and is a vast improvement on the previous iteration.
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Singapore Management University (SMU)’s intranet is integrated with a number of best of breed technologies. Screenshot appears courtesy of SMU.
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