intranet


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intranet

(ĭn′tră-nĕt″)
A network of computers exclusive to an enterprise that uses the World Wide Web and other Internet technologies to share company information and computing resources among employees.
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Using an IBM RS6000F50 in tandem with the IBM Whistle InterJet (which contains the security software), the company pays about $150 per month for the intranet system on a lease basis.
With 70,000 people around the world, our intranet has truly allowed a global community to develop.
We chose this style to signal that the intranet is a business tool, not a toy, and we've also posted our rules through our online Intranet Resource Center.
For example an intranet might contain standard tools tax professionals use in making calculations or preparing returns, such as a tax calendar, local tax rates, amortization, interest and penalty macros (or shareware) and rules of thumb on, for example, capital gains, alternative minimum tax and depreciation.