intranet


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in·tra·net

 (ĭn′trə-nĕt′)
n.
A privately maintained computer network that can be accessed only by authorized persons, especially members or employees of the organization that owns it.

intranet

(ˈɪntrəˌnɛt)
n
(Computer Science) computing an internal network that makes use of internet technology
[C20: from intra- + net1 (sense 8), modelled on internet]

in•tra•net

(ˈɪn trəˌnɛt)
n.
a computer network with restricted access, as within a corporation, that uses software and protocols developed for the Internet.
[1995–2000]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.intranet - a restricted computer network; a private network created using World Wide Web software
computer network - (computer science) a network of computers
Translations
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イントラネット
인트라넷
vietinis kompiuterių tinklas
lokalais datoru tikls
lokálna počítačová sieť
intranät
อินทราเน็ต
mạng nội bộ

intranet

[ˈɪntrənet] N (Comput) → intranet f

intranet

[ˈɪntrənɛt] nintranet m

intranet

n (Comput) → Intranet nt

intranet

(ˈintrənet) noun
a local computer network functioning inside an organization, school etc.

intranet

شَبَكَةٌ دَاخِلِيَّةٌ intranet intranet Intranet ενδοδίκτυο intranet intranet intranet intranet Intranet イントラネット 인트라넷 intranet intranett intranet intranet локальная сеть intranät อินทราเน็ต şirketiçi network mạng nội bộ 内联网
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We have 180 intranet sites around the world today that are hosted on approximately 40 servers, and every kind of technology that you could imagine.
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One application of an intranet might be the establishment of a keyword-searchable tax database of firm newsletters, research memoranda and opinion letters.
MELBOURNE, Australia & DALLAS -- Intranet DASHBOARD, included in the latest eContent top 100 list and the application powering the largest corporate intranet in the world to date with 130,000 global users, announced today it is the winner of two "Product of the Year" awards for 2006 from Intranet Journal, a recognized media source covering corporate enterprise software and solutions.
To get the intranet set up, we needed Internet connections so that employees could access the e-mail system," says Hill.
Intranet Journal readers have nominated their favorite, most useful and innovative software tools in six categories according to the Intranet Journal website, in the first annual Intranet Journal Product of the Year Awards.
Intranet DASHBOARD has just completed a roll-out of the ShoreBank Corporation's intranet.
The world's 10 best intranets named in this year's contest provide numerous examples of the latest trends in intranet design and are each described in detail in Nielsen Norman Group's "Intranet Design Annual 2007: The Year's Ten Best Intranets," co-authored by Nielsen and colleagues Kara Pernice Coyne, director of research and Mathew Schwartz, researcher.
In the new report Avenue A | Razorfish educates business leaders and their intranet managers in human resources, IT and communications on how intranets evolve along the different stages of maturity, ranging from grass-roots communications tools managed by departments, to rich corporate-wide environments that integrate voice, email, and contextual information on desktops and mobile devices.
com/enterprisesolutions/ for the 43-page Corporate Intranet Best Practices Report, and podcasts of report excerpts.
For example, one of the most repellant advertising techniques on the Web, the use of overlay graphics in which an image appears on top of the content, works quite effectively on an intranet to highlight and explain new features.