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We have reached the tipping point when it comes to content growth. It is growing at a rate that would have been considered unimaginable just a few short years ago. Even industry analysts are having a difficult time grasping this reality. Nowhere is this more evident than in IDC's projection for the total amount of content by the end of the decade. In 2011, IDC pegged the amount of all unstructured content by 2020 at 36 zettabytes (ZB). Within a year, it had revised the estimate to 40ZB.
Editorial/Features By Jignesh Shah - July/Aug 2013 Issue,
Successful intranets today are more than arenas for news and collaboration; they are mobile workspaces that bind employees to a strong internal culture while allowing them to do work. "Intranets have a much wider purpose than just sharing useful, informative content," explains Mark Morrell, BT alum and U.K.-based intranet consultant. "Originally this was the basis for its purpose, but successful intranets have widened their scope to offer collaborative tools so employees are able to communicate and share views and opinions with anyone to help solve business problems and create solutions."
Editorial/Features By Carolina K. Reid - July/Aug 2013 Issue,

In my earlier column, I stressed the importance of using simple texts that can be understood by all your employees. But there are other things that you have to be aware of to make the most of your multinational intranet. Take pictures, for instance. They appeal to everyone; look at how Pinterest has taken the world by storm. But with illustrations, it is wise to think before you post.
Editorial/Columns By Ellen Van Aken - July/Aug 2013 Issue,

Digital Workplace Trends Report; Intranet Roadmap
Editorial/Read_Me_File July/Aug 2013 Issue,