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We are planning on creating an Intranet for our IT division and is in the requirements gathering phase. This initiative will enhance our non-real time collaboration(wikis, blogs, shared space, tags,document sharing etc.) capability within our division. We view the real-time collaboration (presence, IM,chat, Video etc.) as a separate initiative which will cover under Unified Communication. 
I was wondering if anyone can give their ideas / thoughts on how Intranets are generally being used within your institution and some direction on what product sets might be worth to look at. 


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Vijay Padmanabhan
Technical Architect
Technology 
Architecture and Research Services
Division of Information Technology
The George Washington University

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Our Intranet and collaboration tools are two different things here at DoIT (UW-Madison).  We have a web based Intranet that is an internal news feed, link aggregator (here is the link for the travel system etc.)

Our collaboration tools are a loosely coupled best-of-breed suite of tools.  We have Confluence Wiki with Jira and a variety of other code-creation and management tools.  We have a Jabber chat service.   We also use Google Apps for a lot of collaboration. 

There isn't a single framework for us - no common taxonomy or tags or metadata across these systems. 

Jim

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