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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About our Company: HospitalPortal.net is a software company that specializes in developing Hospital Intranets and Policy document content management systems.
The general perception of intranets within the IT pantheon is as unloved, unused and frankly annoying.
Everything in your franchise intranet should be as current as possible and franchisees should be trained to look to the intranet when they need an operations manual, a marketing piece, a corporate logo or ad, or any other company image.
Mohanna Nasser Al Nuaimi, Group chief human resources officer, Ooredoo, said: "We developed Ooredoo's buzz portal because we know that technology has a huge role to play in enriching people's working lives, and we wanted to ensure that Ooredoo employees have access to one of the very best intranets wherever they are in the world.
It might reside on the intranet, so all colleagues can access it, or it might be tucked away on a shared drive, or worse yet, hidden in a folder on a hard drive.
* By October 2010, having 50 percent of employees say that search on the existing intranet had improved over the past six months (to measure the success of the initial "quick win" search enhancements).
The Library's Home Page can be accessed both on Internet and Intranet at the following site:
The real key to effective social computing is the same key to making your intranet truly useful: user-centered design and development (UCD), which typically centers on personas and task analysis.
Formed in 2002, the IBF claims to be the world's foremost intranet and portal benchmarking group and is acknowledged to have established industry standards for intranet and portal performance.
The 100th Anniversary Interactive CD-ROM won a Platinum award for Communications Materials--CD-ROM; the e-Newsletter Manager on CBNet, the Coldwell Banker intranet, won a Platinum award for Communications Materials--E-Mail-Based Feature; CBNet won a Platinum award for Web/E-MailBased Communications Materials--Intranet site; the luxury home Web site, www.coldwellbankerpreviews.com, won a Gold award for Web/E-Mail-Based Communications Materials--Web site; the Coldwell Banker Sales Associate Resource Guide won a Silver award for Print-Based Communications Materials--Brochure; and TechEase Magazine won a Silver award for Print-Based Communications Materials--Magazines.
However, businesses can now take advantage of e-commerce to establish their own intranet, an electronic internal communications network.