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intranet suite

(in´tra-net swēt) (n.) Intranet suite is a generic term for a collection of Internet- and Web-based software and tools that can be adapted by a business to meet its technology needs when forming, using and maintaining an intranet. The components of an intranet suite typically include indexing and search capabilities, workflow monitoring, messaging (including e-mail and instant messaging), access control, document management and groupware.







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