Khyle A. Villafuerte - 11 Vergara
Intranets and extranets both allow businesses to store and share critical group calendars, documents, and projects in a central location.
Both intranets and extranets allow for improved collaboration among employees, distributed workforces, customers, and partners — thus allowing for increased productivity.
Intranets are typically only accessible within a company through in-house servers.
Extranets work through external collaboration and are accessible via a secure web-based connection.
Intranet, a system admin assigns and manages the rights and permissions of persons to access the company’s in-house server controls.
Extranet access (or a customer portal) is generally restricted to external users and enabled through a VPN.
referred to as a “state of mind” Internet system
Provide or access services provided by one company to a group of other companies, such as an online banking application managed by one company on behalf of affiliated banks.
Private network that allows employees and staff in an enterprise to securely share knowledge and information easily within the company or organization.
Intranets are usually restricted to specific local area networks (LANs) or wide area networks (WANs).