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The impending death of the traditional Intranet

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, May 7, 2016.

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    In medieval times castles were typically protected by a moat or something akin to it like an open ditch. These fortifications served a purpose to be certain but, over time they were found to be dated an ineffective as tactics changed. Nowadays, how often do you see a working castle with a moat used to defend against barbarians hordes?

    Yeah, that’s what I thought. Castles don't scale.

    Certain technologies are destined for the rubbish bin much in the same vein. We’ve seen things pass into the mists of time such as token ring. Just a few years ago there were articles about how Intranets were all fine. Nothing wrong. “No evolutionary leap forward for intranets nor enterprise social technology is about to occur, nor is there an impending death blow.” *reference.

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