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Intranets: a Guide to their Design, Implementation and Management by Paul Blackmore

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Chapter 6Barriers to Access

Access points

To guard against previously mentioned publishing policies becoming barriers to gaining access to such information, the organisation must ensure that the information is not only available across all workstations but also provide access to the Intranet in all public areas throughout the organisation.

Employees gather, talk and share information in every conceivable location of an organisation - some instances are formally arranged as in the case of a business meeting, whilst others are informal and may take place in a canteen for example.

The content of the discussion may either be related to business matters, whilst others may relate more to personal interests such as inter-department sport or social ...

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