'Intranet' is a term used to describe the application of Internet technologies to serve the internal needs of organisations.

Internet technologies offer several important advantages over conventional means for developing internal systems. Important among these are:

This document provides some pointers to source-materials about Intranets that are available, free-to-air, on the open, public Internet.

Introductory Materials

More Substantial Papers

Case Studies

Sites Offering References

Key Intranet Software Suppliers


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