What is an Intranet?
The Intranet is the term being used for the implementation of Internet
technologies within a corporate organization, rather than for external connection to the
global Internet. This implementation is performed in such a way as to deliver the immense
informational resources of an organization to each individuals desktop with minimal
cost, time and effort.
InfoWorld found that 80 percent of Fortune 1000 companies have an intranet
and another 15 percent are planning to build one.
WebMaster Series- Online Intranet Seminars
Semiconductor engineers can enhance their productivity by using an internal web site
called Community of Practice. It serves as a highly secure forum from which engineers can
share confidential knowledge and ideas with their colleagues.|
Profiles of more than 25 different companies and how they have found ways to take
advantage of the power of Intranets. They should give you a few ideas for how an Intranet
can be used at your company.|
||A new Report from Forrester's Network Strategy Service predicts the
emergence of a next-generation Intranet, enhanced by five standards-based services:
directory, e-mail, file, print, and network management. This Full Service Intranet will
displace today's proprietary NOS -- like Novell's NetWare, Microsoft's NT, and Banyan's
Links to other Intranet Sites