(The library includes a related, comprehensive set of subtopics in All About Computers, Internet & Web.)
Sections of This Topic IncludeBasics of Intranets
Related Library Topics
Basics of IntranetsThere are a large number of links with useful information about intranets. A very good site from which to start to understand all about intranets is the following:
Intranet Road Map - Road Map Intranet Basics
What is an Intranet?
What Is the Purpose of Having a Company Intranet?
The following FAQ (collection of Frequently Asked Questions and their
answers) will round out your knowledge about intranets.
Intranet Journal's FAQ (called How Do I...)
The Intranet Professionals Discussion Forum
For the Category of Information Technology:
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Also, scan the Recommended Books listed below. They have been selected for their relevance and highly practical nature.
General (For-Profit and Nonprofit)
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- The Accidental Techie: Supporting, Managing, and Maximizing Your Nonprofit's Technology
- by Carter McNamara, published by Authenticity Consulting, LLC. This hands-on guide walks you through five projects that, when completed, will give you a comprehensive and usable support system, including for 1) conducting a technology inventory, 2) assessing and supporting staff, 3) assessing and buying technology, 4) protecting your organization from disasters and data loss, and 5) managing your role. Includes ready-to-use templates, worksheets and sample policies, and also 135 resources on topics such as funding, discussion groups, application service providers, web site development, donor management software, and a security policy checklist. Also explains steps for creating a database that gives you the reports you need. Includes a glossary of terms every techie should know.