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The intranet is a network on the internet which connects business around the world using their network and their computers. The business uses the intranet to connect all the employees

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What is the intranet? The intranet is a network on the internet which connects business around the world using their network and their computers. The business uses the intranet to connect all the employees and create a meting and post newsletters and memos. What is the different between the internet? The internet can be accessed by every one around the world who has a computer and internet connection. The intranet can only be accessed by certain people in the company. However the intranet can be accessed by the employees around the world like the internet. Sometimes the intranet in web site based and sometimes it is am local area network (LAN) ...read more.

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Some companies use the intranet to contact with their other braches around the world. What are the benefits are to the organisation, does any one out side of the organisation benefits, if they do who are they and how do they benefit? The benefit o using the intranet is it is much faster some other systems that are been used e.g. paper based system. On the intranet you can send and receive letters, memos and more much faster the on paper. Also the companies can have back up for further reference. On the intranet the information can be send and receive much quicker. ...read more.

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Another problem is if there is a power cut then the same problem will happen. What are the costs involved? If a company decides to get an intranet then the company had to be rich because they need a lot of money to buy the hardware's and a provider and need people to set up the system. For the company o use the intranet usefully then the company need lots of computers to supply the stuff. Sometimes some of the stuff may not know how to use the intranet so the company has to hire people to train the stuff. Sometimes the system may crash so the company need to hire people to monitor and keep it running. ?? ?? ?? ?? Antrol Soosaipillai ...read more.

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