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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Companies implementing intranets must understand what they're trying to accomplish in terms of cost or time savings, and must be very specific about their needs," says Craig Settles, president of Oakland, California-based Successful.
wrestled with the thorny issues, challenges and changes caused by intranets, the latest offspring of the marriage between computers and internal web networks.
While many companies start by putting their employee telephone directory and internal memos on their intranets, others are going beyond that first step and pushing for real productivity and cost savings.
In the last issue, an article about the Internet(1) (or "the Net") briefly covered the rapidly evolving technology and business applications of intranets.