TORONTO, April 10, 2013 /CNW/ - Most companies are using social media with employees, but fail to satisfy
TORONTO, Sept. 24 /CNW/ - Social media tools (intranet 2.0 tools) are exploding in popularity according to the 2010 Intranet 2.0 Global Study conducted by Prescient Digital Media. The study has found that 87% of organizations have at least one social media tool on the intranet. Blogs are the most popular tool, present on 53% of intranets of all sizes, but only deployed enterprise wide (available to all employees to read or write) on 18% of intranets.
TORONTO, April 29 2010
After four sessions, Prescient Digital Media’s 2009 webinar series has proven to be a success, with an audience in the hundreds and positive feedback from participants. The series—which is designed to provide actionable knowledge in key areas of intranet and internet success—is gaining momentum and promises even greater participation for future sessions.
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January 7, 2010, Toronto - Prescient's VP of Client Deliverables Carmine Porco will present at the 13th Communications Performance Measurement on February 23 & 24, 2011 in Toronto.
Most organizations have at least one social media tool on their intranet, with blogs being the most popular Intranet 2.0 tool
SAN FRANCISCO – 14 December 2011 – Social media tools are now present on most corporate intranets with 61% of companies reporting at least one social media tool available to some or all employees. The most popular Intranet 2.0 tools are blogs (75%), discussion forums (65%), instant messaging (63%), and wikis (61%) while social networking for employees and microblogging are on the rise at 43% and 42% respectively. These are the results of a new Social Intranet Study, released by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and Prescient Digital Media.