Intranet Suite

What Does Intranet Suite Mean?

An Intranet Suite is a generic term for a group of Internet- and Web-based software applications and tools used by businesses when creating, using and maintaining their own Intranet – a private Internet accessible only by the business members or employees with authorization.

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Techopedia Explains Intranet Suite

Components of an Intranet Suite usually include access control; indexing and search capabilities; email, instant messaging and other messaging; groupware; workflow monitoring; and file and document management.

An Intranet Suite package may include a Web calendar, rolodex, news page, contract log, task list, a network status page, time sheets and other office and network management applications and tools. It is often marketed as “an office intranet solution.”

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