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Thanks for visiting the Digital Workplace Group (DWG) website. You'll see this post may refer to the "Intranet Benchmarking Forum (IBF)," the "Digital Workplace Forum (DWF)" or "IBF Live." But that doesn't match our website name!

In a nutshell, we merged IBF and DWF into one service and changed our name to "Digital Workplace Group." The new name represents the broader set of services we've grown to offer, beyond an original focus on just intranets. We also changed the name of our monthly webinar from "IBF Live" to "Digital Workplace Live."

Although we've relabelled things, we're proud of our decade+ history and have left this page intact. Enjoy your time on our site and please contact us with any questions or comments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One Comment

  1. I love a challenge,

    It is the wrong way to love BUT… I love the Intranet not because of what it is, but because of the possibilities in regards to what it “can become.”

    As work is becoming increasingly flexible and communication increasingly mobile, the old physical office is becoming less important… but we still need a place to connect around work, solve problems, get information, ask questions etc…

    This is the future of the Intranet I think…. to be an even more vibrant and alive virtual work hub, that supports the mobility and freedom that we want in both our work lives and our personal lives.

    Reply

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