There is a growing trend of organizations moving to Microsoft 365, or Office 365, to meet their Intranet and portal needs. While many organizations are running their SharePoint portals or Intranets on-premise, in a private cloud, or on public cloud offerings like Azure – many have already started or made the move to Microsoft 365 powered Intranet experiences.

The question for many companies is “should our Intranet be built with Microsoft 365?” and if so, “how should we best take advantage of Microsoft 365 features with our Intranet?”

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We have combine years of knowledge and experience in the Microsoft 365 Intranet space to provide you with most of the information you will need to empower employee engagement, improve content management, increase productivity through an increase in team collaboration, and enhance your internal communication efforts on a large scale.

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    Intranet Definition

    The definition of the noun Intranet is: a local or restricted communications network, especially a private network created using World Wide Web software.

    While SharePoint definitely fits the bill for the definition of an intranet, it goes far beyond a simple communication network.

    Are you looking for an internal portal?

    Good news! They are one and the same. Intranet’s are often called portals, intranet solutions, internal portals, intranet portals, site, internal sites, et cetera. Many become accustomed to different terms for what is ultimately an intranet

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