A local or restricted communications network, esp. a private network created using World Wide Web software
a restricted computer network; a private network created using World Wide Web software
An intranet is a private computer network that uses Internet Protocol technologies to securely share any part of an organization's information or network operating system within that organization. ...
a private computer network that uses the protocols of the Internet
(Intranets) An intranet is a portion of the Internet that is separately administered and has a boundary that can be configured to enforce local security policies • The main issues arising in the design of components for use in intranets are: file services, firewalls, cost.
(Intranets) USE Information networks
A network serving a single organization or site that is modeled after the Internet, allowing users access to almost any information available on the network. Unlike the Internet, intranets are typically limited to one organization or one site, with little or no access to outside users.
A private network based on Internet technologies that provides an inexpensive electronic network, through which a nucleus organization and its internal constituents are given access to priviledged information permitting them to add value to supply chain processing.
A private network inside a company or organization that uses the same kinds of software that you would find on the public Internet, but that is only for internal use. ...
A website that is accessible only to people with computers on a company's private, secure network. Intranets can also restrict access to users who have valid usernames and passwords only. ...
A private (closed) Internet, running inside a LAN (Local Area Network).
A private network that uses the same tools and software as the public Internet, but on a much smaller scale. This structure is typically used by corporations to relay and present information to its employees in an efficient and timely manner.
A vast internal network structured in a fashion similar to the Internet. Intranets are usually established by large corporate organizations to improve communication. The main difference between the Internet and an intranet is that access to intranets are restricted to authorized members only.
A private Internet network; restricted to only certain users who can access the information and servers in the network. Many large corporations have Intranets for their employees.
A network based on TCP/IP protocols (an internet) belonging to an organization, usually a corporation, accessible only by the organization's members, employees, or others with authorization. ...
A network that connects people within a company to each other.
A corporate network that uses an IP network structure, together with Web servers and browsers. Intranets are generally used to provide information such as benefits plans, etc. to corporate employees in an easily accessible fashion.
A private network. It may consist of many LAN and/or WAN.
An electronic communications network that connects a select number of computers, for example within an organization or business.
Designed to be used to share internal information within the same company usually behind a firewall.
A small Internet-type network usually set up within one organization, which allows a small group of people to have access to specific information.
Internal networks, based on Internet technology, designed to connect the members of a specific group or single company (a closed-user group).
A network designed for information processing within a company or organization.
A computer network, especially one based on Internet technology, that an organization uses for its own internal, and usually private, purposes and that is closed to outsiders.
A computer network that functions like the Internet using web browser software to access and process the information that employees need, but the information and web pages are located on computers within a company. A firewall is usually used to block access from outside the Intranet.
A privately maintained computer network that can be accessed only by authorized persons, especially members or employees of the organization that owns it.