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Dnncon Palm Beach presentation about DNN intranets by Don Bishop

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Don Bishop of the Spiffy Web Team (www.spiffywebteam.com) presented about using DNN to create employee intranets at the DNNcon event in Charlotte NC.

Don Bishop of the Spiffy Web Team (www.spiffywebteam.com) presented about using DNN to create employee intranets at the DNNcon event in Charlotte NC.

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  • 1. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Creating valuable employee intranets for small and medium size organizations using DNN Don Bishop / Spiffy Web Team @donbishop and @DNNhelp
  • 2. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! What is an Intranet? In many organizations, intranets are protected from unauthorized external access by means of a network gateway and firewall. For smaller companies, intranets may be created simply by using private IP address ranges, such as 192.168.0.0/16. In these cases, the intranet can only be directly accessed from a computer in the local network; however, companies may provide access to off-site employees by using a virtual private network, or by other access methods, requiring user authentication and encryption. An intranet is a computer network that uses Internet Protocol technology to share information, operational systems, or computing services within an organization.
  • 3. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Secure as you want it on your network Firewall, IP restrictions, VPN Authenticated and encrypted on the public internet Availability of multiple Authentication Providers Securing (encrypting) communication with your site Securing your DotNetNuke site in 5 simple steps-Erik van Ballegoij posted on May 13, 2013 http://erikvanballegoij.com/Home/itemid/72/Securing-your-DotNetNuke-site-in-5- simple-steps Architecture for DNN as Intranet
  • 4. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • Disseminate Information  Blogs, text, Wikis  Documents • Build Community • Enhance Culture • Access to tools and training Why do companies use Intranets?
  • 5. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • Microsoft SharePoint • Everything else What technology do companies use?
  • 6. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Will Morganweck on Intranets http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suZSNq JvBgw
  • 7. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • lack of direction, purpose, goals/objectives • lack of governance…who manages the structure and content? • poor information architecture – too many chefs • Lack of performance metrics • poor usability Will‟s 5 main issues/problems with some intranets
  • 8. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • Role Based Security • Various Registration methods • Content Management Tools • It‟s a platform! • Social • Member profiles • Mobile • Modules My top benefits of using DNN as an intranet
  • 9. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • You can control who sees what • Management Only • By Department, by function, by location • New employee section • Family members Role Based Security
  • 10. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • Active Directory Great for organizations with Microsoft networks • Google For the Google Apps „virtual‟ folks • Live ID and more…. Various Registration methods “Authentication Providers” in DNN speak
  • 11. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Content Management Tools in DNN essentially make it easy for non technical personnel to update intranet content calendars, news, blogs, documents, form s Content Management Tools
  • 12. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • Easy to link to other tools • Incorporate company tools into the intranet • Pricing Engines • Product configuration tools • Project Management • Training (especially required training in regulated industries) It‟s a platform!
  • 13. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Like on the internet, social may be where intranets are going Create community and foster interaction (in a controlled environment without the distractions of public social media networks) Social
  • 14. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Decide how much (or how little) information to display about each team member Easily managed by the individual Member profiles
  • 15. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! A good responsive design puts an intranet into the hands of employees any time anywhere Mobile
  • 16. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Modules extend the functionality of an intranet just like any other website. Projects Tickets Documents Modules
  • 17. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! • Role Based Security • Various Registration methods • Content Management Tools • It‟s a platform! • Social • Member profiles • Mobile • Modules Recap: My top benefits of using DNN as an intranet
  • 18. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Benefits of an Intranet
  • 19. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Culture Building
  • 20. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Access to Information
  • 21. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Access to tools
  • 22. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Onboarding new employees
  • 23. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! Providing social tools in a controlled environment
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  • 32. @DNNConDon’t forget to include #DNNCon in your tweets! THANKS TO ALL OF OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS!