Enhanced Red Cross intranet to the rescue

The British Red Cross has upgraded its intranet, known as RedRoom, to give its workforce of 3,000 staff supported by 30,000 volunteers a more robust, up-to-date and searchable resource.

The British Red Cross has upgraded its intranet, known as RedRoom, to give its workforce of 3,000 staff supported by 30,000 volunteers a more robust, up-to-date and searchable resource.

The upgrade, which was carried out by Stellent and took three months, converted the intranet to Site Studio 7.5 which enables administrators to store and publish information easily, according to Red Cross head of MIS Miguel Fiallos.

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