Introducing intranets

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Que Computer Publishing, 1996 - Business & Economics - 283 pages
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Many companies today have taken the leap forward and created their own Intranets to disseminate corporate information. Those who have waited have done so for a reason: they simply don't know enough about intranets. Here's the perfect decision-making reference: an introductory book that provides a solid overview of intranets -- what they are, what they involve, and what corporations need to set one up.
-- Uses a straightforward and non-technical approach to present an overview of the issues involved in creating an intranet
-- Discusses the costs and benefits associated with creating and maintaining an intranet

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Contents

Introduction
1
A Checklist of Intranet Benefits
19
Making the Call
57
Copyright

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