Some of the speakers from IntraTeam Event Stockholm 2018 have answered questions regarding the intranet/digital workplace in the future. Below you can read what the speakers think about the question “What will be the key features on the intranet in 3 years?”
Rikard Spålséus, Swedish Match – Social communication, sharing of documents and regular news articles. Video will also be important, but in an open landscape and without headphones, regular video communication is not optimal, so I think we need to find the form for semi-video communication if it’s to really take off.
Sharon O’Dea, Lithos Partners – Content is still the number one ‘feature’ on any intranet, and I can’t see that changing
Agnieszka Haładus, Trans.eu: –
1. Collaboration and co-creation
2. Voice search
Oscar Berg,Unicorn Titans – Smart assistants, real-time co-creation tools, andvoice interfaces
David Kennedy, Redd Barna – Social features, Self Service chat bots & Team workspaces.
Cecilie Rask, Danish National Police – Search will continue to be a focus point, as will collaboration. An area of growth I thinks will be clever out-of-the-box dashboard solutions
Elena Bogdanova, Rivelty.Intranet
1. Good search
2. One stop shop for all tools and services needed to do your job depending on role, geography, function, project, etc.
3. Team work tools
4. Video and knowledge sharing
Jacqui Randle, Scottish Government – Bring your own device, Seamless integration will workplace applications, Video
Morten Dal, PANDORA – Integration and interconnectivity
Agnes Molnar , Search Explained – I expect to see more and more search-driven tools and intranet apps, as we see it as a pattern in many great intranets.