Your employees spend a lot of time online, but what exactly are they doing on the Internet all day? It is wise to have a policy to outline what is expected of their Internet use.
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The Internet is a powerful business tool that provides lots of useful information. Unfortunately, it is also a distraction from productive work time. Here's a sample Internet and e-mail usage policy to help you address this problem.
One way to use a requirements traceability matrix is to trace the relationship between categories of requirements. An Inter-Requirements Traceability Matrix can be used to capture this information.
Brush up on your questions before interviewing that next candidate using this sample list.
Organize all of your Intranet content, user groups, risks, action items and responsible parties with this comprehensive chart.
Use this questionnaire to learn all about the client's motives for establishing an intranet and the current technical/organizational environment in which it will be set up.
How do you capture the lessons learned after completing a web development project? This presentation can show you how to organize those valuable lessons for future projects.
Put your plan on paper. Everything you need for composing an intranet project plan is right here.
This sample plan can give you a good sense of how long an Intranet design can take. You can create your own plan from this example.
Why does your client want to build an intranet and what content do they want to disseminate? Prioritize the goals, issues, risks and solutions for setting up and maintaining an intranet site.