In our 2018 Digital Priorities Survey, we asked how important intranets were for 2018. On average, respondents rated them around a 4.5 out of 10. Important, but not critical. But many people, including us at Ingeniux, feel that intranets are a key component of the modern digital workplace, where many employees work remote and need access to materials, information, and documents online. In this blog, we explore why we think companies should start should paying more attention to improving employees’ intranet experience, and the key components of a modern digital workplace.
Everyone wants their web experience to work across devices, and responsive design helps them do that. If you are one of many who choose a responsive design approach, one of the areas where you should spend a little extra time and care is image management. To help you understand image management with responsive design, we thought we’d put together some of our best advice on how to use and work with images when you are planning your responsive design strategy.
Once you’ve made the decision to implement a CMS like Ingeniux CMS or a Portal like Ingeniux CXP (Customer Experience Portal), you will inevitably reach a point where you must decide how the implementation happen? Will you do it all yourself? Will you work with a design or integration partner? Will you have Ingeniux professional services do it for you? The options are all viable, each having costs and benefits. To help you make the right decision for your organization, let’s look at the four main implementation options for implementing Ingeniux CMS or CXP in more detail.
In our 2018 Digital Priorities Survey we asked higher education institutions about their priorities for this year. In their responses, over 70% indicated they were planning on adding or improving their analytics capabilities. The results confirmed our suspicions that web analytics are more important than ever for higher education web professionals. We also found that there are some common challenges with collecting and analyzing user data in Higher Education. In this blog we take a closer look at why analytics matter in Higher Education, what challenges web professionals are facing, and how to maximize the power of the data you collect.
A CMS is not a CMS is not a CMS. Confused? Probably no more confused than trying to understand the difference between types of headless content management systems. Be confused no more with our quick and simple overview of the types of headless options out there, so you can make the best decision possible when it comes time to selecting your headless CMS.
In today's digital world it is essential to have the ability to publish to multiple channels. And the number of channels out there increases almost daily. With an ever-expanding number of channels to distribute content to, it is essential for organizations to have content management and distribution solutions that can adapt. Part of that means adopting a structured - or intelligent - content strategy. Learn more about structured content and how it is perhaps the only solution to true multichannel publishing.
Headless content management has grown in popularity over the last few years. Why? Consumer expectations are constantly changing and to keep up with their demands, companies find themselves needing to change their approach to building digital experiences. Headless content management is one of the best ways to keep your web experience flexible enough to meet the ever-changing demands of our digital landscape. We asked hundreds of web professionals what their priorities were when it came to headless content management. Here's what they said.
According to Walker Sands State of Marketing Technology 2018, web content management is a core technology for 40% of marketers. It's true that content is a key element of the customer experience, and you need web content management technology to help you create and manage it, but the CMS is not used the same way today that it was a few years ago. These days, it's often very much about the content API and what we call the "headless CMS."