The Social Intranet in Education: Are You Ready to Connect?

Posted by Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner, - Aug 30, 2018

Education is a perfect setting for cloud-based solutions, especially for G Suite users. If you missed our recent webinar about how you can centralize and connect all stakeholders in one place using a social intranet, we’ve got you covered.

Implementing the Social Intranet in Education

We offered this informative session that explored how a social intranet improves communication and collaboration across educational communities live with our Google for Education partner, LumApps. This tool can give you dedicated portals for all stakeholders -- parents, students, faculty, staff, alumni, executives, board members and more.

It’s not too late to tune in and hear how a social intranet in education can help you communicate more collaboratively and transparently. We recorded the session to explain the social intranet and education. It's designed to help educational institutions see how easy it is to link everyone that matters through a single, cloud-based solution — one that improves communication, removes silos and provides easy access to crucial information, apps and data.

From faculty and staff — to students and parents to alumni and board members and more, there’s a way to engage everyone in a seamless experience through a native Google Cloud social intranet platform. Choose one that effortlessly integrates with G Suite, including GMail, Docs, Drive, Hangouts Meet and more.  It makes building a social intranet in education easy to do. It's also simple to maintain once it's up and running.

Ready to learn how a social intranet in education can reconnect you and your institution with the people who matter? Check out this informative webinar that shows you how to start your journey into better internal connections and collaboration through the social intranet. Fill out the form below, and you'll get immediate access to this session aimed at helping you build a better social intranet in education.

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