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5 Reasons to Use Google Sites for Your Next Intranet : Exclusive

Since our establishing, "Empowering digitally" for our organization has dependably been the intranet, which is was assembled utilizing a Google Site. Be that as it may, as the group kept on developing, we expected to reformat the site's design and develop existing substance – especially around preparing, group duties and procedures.

With a quickly growing workforce, it was getting increasingly hard to get new representatives up to speed, yet with our as of late relaunched intranet, refreshed preparing content and point by point organization history, we were certain our most up to date colleagues would fit appropriate in a matter of moments. 


On the off chance that you've been thinking about how to fabricate an organization intranet utilizing a Google Site, here's all that you have to know (and that's just the beginning).






1. Highly Customizable

On the off chance that you've at any point seen a Sharepoint based intranet you know how revolting an intranet can be. We aren't living in the 1995 time web-o-circle so your organization intranet shouldn't resemble that either. Google Sites is astounding for customization since architects approach all marking alternatives for the cutting edge organization: hues, webfonts, logos and foundations. 

We've composed several intranet destinations in the past couple years and it is an impact to make an interpretation of the organization picture into a fun, welcoming intranet.




2. Fully Connected

All the Google products are at your disposal and several embeds are just a click away to implementing for an intranet. With the most decent Google Drive folder embed views, displaying document in a "quick where's the vacation request form" manner becomes easier than ever.


3. Easy to Use & Maintain

It just takes around 30 minutes to prepare a novice on the most proficient method to utilize an all around planned Google Sites intranet. The Google Docs-like interface takes into account simple altering and including of substance. Indeed, even devices as simple to insert. So downsize your IT group and essentially the work by empowering content proprietors to assume responsibility of refreshing their own particular parts of the intranet.




4. 99% Uptime, On the Cloud, Secure


Google is outstanding for advancing their items security and Google Sites is no less stellar with regards to security, unwavering quality and authorizations. In keep with the Google Apps standard, the Share catch takes into account granular consents, down to the page, of who can alter or see a page. Executives can have their own private segment of the organization intranet, getting to it from any gadget, whenever. Now that is a sweet arrangement considering Google Sites accompanies all Google Apps bundles: Business, Education, Government.

5. Infinite Scalability


We've made Google Sites with 5 pages and then we've made Google Sites with 500. The point is, Google Sites can scale to an infinite number of employees and infinite number of pages. Even at 500 pages, we haven't come close to the domain cap of 10GB + 500MB per paid user.

Google States:
Sites per domain: unlimited
Pages per site: No set limit
Embedded documents, including Google documents, don't count against the Sites storage quota. However, items added as an attachment or to your file cabinet do count against your quota.

Designing a site with thousands of pages and attachments can slow the Site and create a poor user experience. Such sites or their individual pages may be disabled or temporarily unavailable at times. We recommend breaking such large sites into multiple related sites and/or disabling dynamic sidebar elements such as automatically organized navigation and recent site activity.

https://support.google.com/sites/answer/96770?hl=en





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