Afterword and what is next?

To begin with, we would like to thank all of you who participated at Intranätverk 2014. Your knowledge, enthusiasm and willingness to share made this year’s conference a great one!

For those of you who didn’t have the opportunity to participate, we would like to remind you of some valuable links where our days together are summarized in an excellent way.

Intranätverk – intranet vendors and the trouble with portals by Wedge Black on

Intranatverk 2014, Gothenburg – conference review by Martin White of Intranet Focus

Intranätverk hints trend, a blog post by Niklas Angmyr from Palorial.

UX Podcast did interviews at Intranätverk.

And finally our summary of the second conference day.

Written in swedish (and Finnish!)

Summary of this year’s presentations by Fredrik Wackå (in Swedish):

Blog post from inUse (in Swedish):

Blog post by Hanna P. Korhonen from North Patrol (in Finnish):

Our summary of the first conference day (in Swedish).

The big question is of course: What happens next? In a few days we will start publishing this year’s presentations (video versions) on the website. In the beginning of June, it’s also time for us to put together the conference book. In this, you will be able to read about all of the speakers, their presentations, as well as other interesting stuff from Intranätverk 2014. The conference book will be published digitally and will be given to all of you who have participated at the conference, as well those of you that subscribe to our newsletter. We hope to be finished by the middle of June!

At last, we would also like to remind you of the upcoming conferences organised by us – 30 September in Malmö,  6 November in Gothenburg and 13 November in Stockholm. You can sign up today on the website!

A big thanks for this time, and we’re looking forward to seeing you in the future!


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