This paper outlines the findings of an eploratory postal survey, investigating the adoption of Intranets within Irish organisations. We initially explore background literature covering the issues of definitions, applications, advantages, predicted impact on organisations ,information nature and new potential roles of infomation providers. It is clear from this literature that there is a lack of empirically backed evidence of Intranet adoption. This study therefore attempts to address this imbalance and is centred on selective findings of a postal survey, which investigated the use of Intranets in the top 1000 Irish organisations. The main questions addressed by this survey incluted "How prevalent are Intranets in Organisations ?" "What way are they being used ?" and "what is the profile of organisations that claimed to acquire most benefit ?".
O'Flaherty, Brian and Williams, Howard
"Intranet adoption in Irish organisations: a survey analysis,"
Systèmes d'Information et Management:
2, Article 2.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/sim/vol5/iss2/2