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Jan 15, 2007: Intranets and personalization

James Robertson is running a brief survey on the use of personalization on intranets. (Being an Aussie, he spells it funny—"personalisation"—but don't hold that against him.) It takes about one minute to complete; please help him out and take the survey by January 31:

Personalisation is seen as a desirable enhancement for intranets, and a major selling point for portals, but the key question is: to what extent do staff actually make use of these features? While there is some level of anecdotal information on the actual adoption of personalisation, there are no hard figures.

This 60-second survey, consisting of 8 questions, looks at the adoption of user-driven "personalisation" on intranets and portals. (Please do fill this out even if you don't currently have personalisation implemented.)

The full results of this survey will be shared publicly, and the aim is to quickly gather valuable figures that can be used by intranet and portal teams when planning product selection and implementation.

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Comment: Trev (Jan 15, 2007)

You mean the *English* spelling! :)

Comment: Lou (Jan 15, 2007)

Heh. Now the English are going to claim these funny spellings along with having invented the language?? Geez... ;-)

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