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Intranets (Computer networks)

LC control 96007215
LC classificationHD30.385 Business
TK5105.875.I6 Technology
Topical headingIntranets (Computer networks)
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Variant(s)Internal internets (Computer networks)
See alsoBusiness enterprises--Computer networks
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Wide area networks (Computer networks)
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Scope noteHere are entered works on computer networks used by an organization to give its members access to internal information via Internet technology.
Found inWork cat.: 96-15479: Bernard, R. The corporate Intranet, c1996.
PC Computing, June, 1996, "Intranet explosion": p. 145, etc. (intranets; corporate networks developed using Internet technology; internal internets)
LC database, 6/10/96 (Intranets are internal networks using TCP/IP protocols, Web server software, and browser client software to share information created in HMTL within an organization, and to access company databases.)
NewsAbs, June 10, 1996 (An intranet uses Internet technology in self-contained networks for individual companies, and can be accessed from the Internet by employees with right credentials or password but not by the general public.)
Frontier Tech. Inc., June 10, 1996, homepage (An Intranet takes the WWW model, which allows companies to communicate with the marketplace via the Internet and adapts it to the specific boundaries of an organization so only certain info is accessible only to its employees, not the Internet public)
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