from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A privately maintained computer network that can be accessed only by authorized persons, especially members or employees of the organization that owns it.
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- n. A private computer network that uses the protocols of the Internet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a restricted computer network; a private network created using World Wide Web software
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I think that everyone should realize that the intranet is just a big party-line and should use reasonable precautions on what they put on it.
September 26th, 2005 at 8:03 pm yeah its called intranet and its been around for years, besides who wants some sranger using your bandwidth for free?
So I'm getting in the elevator at my office this morning, and I'm in there with my senior manager, who (over the course of a convo I'll not reprint here for abbreviation's sake) informs me that the project that she had mentioned a month ago, redesigning the Customer Service Department webpage on our intranet, is prolly getting underway shortly, and that I am on the team to do it.
Long-term intranet user satisfaction goes beyond mere necessity.
Navy awarded a contract to Electronic Data Systems to manage what eventually became the biggest internal computer network - "intranet" - in the world.
But, he says, what’s really interesting is: the senate intranet is choc full of illegal downloads including everything from copyrighted movies, through music, to games.
We offer guidance on all aspects of our customers’ intranet projects, from initial project planning, installation and launch to continuous ongoing support and advice to ensure long term intranet success.
The problem with the intranet was the content was not well indexed and therefore not easily searchable.
The most popular tool on our intranet is our photobook application which is true for most intranets.
Many of those suppliers aren't willing to go through the expense of instituting the hardware and software necessary for a company intranet, which is generally required for a complete end-to-end solution.
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