Barely known one year ago, Intranets are sprouting throughout
corporate America, transforming the employee communications function.
The internal-access-only Internet sites quickly are on their way to
becoming the primary channel for employee communications.
In the process, Intranets are expanding the scope of the employee
communications activities at major corporations and are leading to
less use of printed documents, according to a study released today,
co-sponsored by consulting firm Cognitive Communications Inc.,
Stamford, Conn., and The Document Company Xerox.