SnapComms Blog

How to Minimize the Fallout from IT Outages

Posted 13 April, 2018 in IT & Information Security

We’ve all experienced the frustration of the internet dropping out just when you need it most. Or an internal CMS crashing, causing you to lose unsaved work.

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How to Tackle the Gulf of Missed Communications in Hospitals

Posted 27 February, 2018

For too long, internal communications departments have relied on email to connect with staff.

Hospitals & Healthcare

12 Tips For Improving Line Manager Communication

Posted 26 January, 2018

A day in the life of a line manager comes with its own unique set of challenges.

Internal Communications

2018 Resolutions For Internal Communicators

Posted 10 January, 2018

The start of a new year is always the perfect opportunity for renewed optimism, evolution and growth.

Internal Communications Human Resources

9 Internal Comms Predictions for 2018 and Beyond

Posted 21 December, 2017

The world is changing faster than ever before. Multiple ‘mega trends’ – such as digitization, urbanization and climate change - are fueling this incredible era of transformation.

 

Internal Communications

How to Avoid an I.T. Help Desk Meltdown

Posted 02 November, 2017

The risk of an unexpected IT event is always present. A network outage, cyber-attack or unscheduled downtime can strike at any time, to any size organization.

IT & Information Security

Communicating Employee Rights During Inclement Weather

Posted 06 October, 2017

From a dumping of snow, a sudden flashflood, or a powerful hurricane, severe weather events cause major disruptions to organizations and their staff. 

Internal Communications

5 Easy Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Work

Posted 16 March, 2017

There’s something about St. Patrick’s Day that brings out the light-hearted side in all of us. 

For organizations, it’s the perfect excuse to get co-workers together and celebrate.

Here are five fun, culture-building ideas to put your employees in high spirits on March 17th.

Human Resources