Intranets - the internal Web-based corporate networks are being heralded as the cure to all ills of corporate comunication and information transfer. This book paves the way for network managers and administrators to create and manage verstaile and functional Intranets with a minimum of efort and time. It covers everything from researching, designing and creating an intranet through to ensuring it is used effectively and profitably. Readers are shown how to integrate core technologies such as Java, online audio, video and interactive VR to create innovative and lively intranets - case studies and success stories are also included.
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Everything you need to put Intranets to work in your company-quickly and easily! Discover how Intranets can give the employees of your company easy access to internal data such as personnel and client records and policy information. This practical guide shows you how to use World Wide Web technology to create and manage versatile Intranets with a minimum of time and effort. Written by two well-known Web and intranet gurus, the book takes you step by step through everything from researching, designing, and implementing an Intranet to using it productively and profitably in your firm's operations. Filled with exciting case studies and success stories, Building and Managing the Corporate Internet provides you with easy-to-follow sections on Intranet business efficiency tools-server layout and maintenanace-security-browsers-mail and news-publishing capabilites-and much more. You'll also find innovative ways to bring Intranets to life with Java and other leading-edge technology, including online audio and video 3D graphics, and interactive and VR sites. Whether you're a network, MIS, or DP professional, this one-stop resource will give you the technical details and hand on-savvy to capitalize on Intranet power and versatility! ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Ronald L. Wagner is a computer trainer and author who has 14 published Internet books to his credit. Eric Engelmann is the primary Internet trainer at the World Bank, where he played a key role in developing the organization's state-of-the art Intranet. They are also coauthors at the MCGraw-Hill Internet Training Manual.
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070669392