Intranets A Guide To Their Design Implementation And Management

Author: Paul Blackmore
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135476640
Size: 69.70 MB
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Supported by global case studies highlighting good practice, and from the results of a survey of Top UK Corporate Intranet developers and consultants, this book addresses practical business concerns and technical issues. It includes advice and commentary received first-hand from professionals experienced in their deployment, operational management and continuing development.

Why Intranets Fail And How To Fix Them

Author: Luke Tredinnick
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1780630719
Size: 19.27 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Why Intranets Fail (and How to Fix Them) is a practical guide to some of the common problems associated with Intranets, and solutions to those problems. The book takes a unique end-user perspective on the role of intranets within organisations. It explores how the needs of the end-user very often conflict with the needs of the organisation, creating a confusion of purpose that impedes the success of intranet. It sets out clearly why intranets cannot be thought of as merely internal Internets, and require their own management strategies and approaches. The book draws on a wide range of examples and analogies from a variety of contexts to set-out in a clear and concise way the issues at the heart of failing intranets. It presents step-by-step solutions with universal application. Each issue discussed is accompanied by short practical suggestions for improved intranet design and architecture. Jargon-free and aimed at information professionals with sole/mixed responsibilities Draws many examples from broader library management contexts Clearly distinguishes between intranet and Internet technologies

Groupware Workflow And Intranets

Author: Dave Chaffey
Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing
ISBN: 9781555581848
Size: 25.87 MB
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An introduction to collaboratives systems; Reengineering and process improvement using collaborative software; Groupware functions and applications; Workflow management systems; Intranet and internet based groupware and workflow; Selecting the right software; Process analysis and modeling; Designing collaborative applications; Implementation - development, delpoyment and human factors; Designing for the future; Further reading; Index.

The Intranet Management Handbook

Author: Martin Scott White
Publisher: Facet Publishing
ISBN: 1856047342
Size: 39.22 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This is the first book to offer practical advice on intranet management, based on the work of the author as an intranet consultant over the past fifteen years. Key areas include: managing intranets: opportunities and challenges defining user requirements making a business case developing a content strategy enhancing collaboration managing technology specifying and selecting software using Microsoft SharePoint for intranets operational planning establishing the intranet team managing intranet projects evaluating risks enhancing the user experience marketing the intranet measuring user satisfaction creating the governance framework writing an intranet strategy intranets and information management. An appendix offers guidelines for social media use. Readership: Information professionals involved in the development of an intranet for their organization, managers with responsibility for internal communications, personal management, risk management, information management and information technology.

Small Business Resource Guide To The Web

Author: David Peal
Publisher: Macmillan Computer Pub
ISBN: 9780789710581
Size: 14.81 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Small Business Resource Guide to the Web 1997 provides all business people -- from those in large corporations to the home-based entrepreneur -- with a comprehensive directory of hundreds of Web sites that focus on their needs. The book also includes guidelines and instructions for creating a successful business presence on the Web, tips and techniques for writing business plans, identifying the startup costs of launching an online business and Web site, and using the Web to stay up-to-date in trends affecting your industry. -- Indispensable, comprehensive directory of Web sites and business-related resources to help large and small businesses -- Time-and money-saving tips for promoting products and services, finding marketing and advertising opportunities, creating customer mailing lists, using state and federal economic and demographics data -- CD-ROM includes Internet Explorer browser software, hyperlinked HTML version of the entire book, and valuable shareware and commercial demo software

Government Secure Intranets

Author: Larry Caffrey
Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 9780850926118
Size: 75.54 MB
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Government Secure Intranets presents the results of an international study group, which was appointed in the summer of 1998 under the auspices of the Board of the International Council for Technology in Government Administration (ICA), to explore the state of experience in government secure intranets, with a focus of respective experiences of the United Kingdom and Israel. The publication succinctly underscores the role that Internet and Intranet can provide as valuable new tools for new or enhanced services form government administration's standpoint and from citizen's viewpoint. The very aspects that make these services attractive are the very factors that make them vulnerable to being subverted: ease of availability, cross platform working and pertinent low cost. Practical experience from the UK and Israel have demonstrated that security devices do exist but these are only a partial solution. Security concerns can only be overcome with careful planning and strict enforcement, including the need to have a well designed Intranet architecture and a professionally managed service. The concept of a "front door" to government services provides the point of secure entry for citizens with a legitimate reason for access to government transactions or to information services without the direct access to government databases.

Practical Guide For Implementing Secure Intranets And Extranets

Author: Kaustubh M. Phaltankar
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Size: 30.46 MB
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This volume provides hands-on methodology for designing effective network-level security systems for your corporate intranet or extranet. Using real-world examples and referencing intranet and extranet technology, this guidebook for IT professionals shows how to configure network and security elements such as routers, switches, servers and firewalls to achieve top-notch security. Components of effective security are critically reviewed in detail, including different types of firewalls, such as Packet Filters, Stateful and Application level proxy devices, and encryption schemes, such as DES, RSA, and IPSEC. Secure data transport and data access are also discussed, as well as the use of remote intelligent agents on network devices and servers. The book discusses how to evaluate security options based on requirements such as cost, complexity, and performance, and network and service management issues. It seeks to close the gap between theory and implementation by featuring detailed case studies and an interactive approach with diagrams and configurations.