Re: Websites

Subject: Re: Websites
From: LaVonna Funkhouser <lffunkhouser -at- HALNET -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 1996 16:10:26 -0500

I agree. I have supported an intranet, and it is a very good idea
for information distribution with a company.

As I told Melissa, a good source on the subject is Ryan Bernard's
company's pages:

He is also about to publish a book on the subject. (Free publicity
for a friend)


At 11:23 AM 4/23/96 -0400, Brett wrote:
> It sounds like what Melissa's company needs is an intranet.

> The 4/23/96 PC Magazine has a cover story on corporate intranets that
> contains over 50 pages of info on the private internal networks
companies are
> building and how it's done.

> My company is in the early stages of developing an intranet and I've found
> the PC Mag articles quite useful as a starting point. As a techwhirler my
> mind is already spinning with the potential an intranet holds for delivering
> technical documentation internally.

> Brett Peruzzi

Melissa wrote:
> I'm doing research for my company, which is thinking of putting stuff for
> its employees on the Web -- stuff like sick leave policies, where the
> company picnic is this year, etc. We don't want employees surfing for Hot
> Cyberbabes or whatever else they are interested in outside of work, and we
> don't want non-employees reading our corporate policies (and crashing the
> picnic).

> Melissa Hunter-Kilmer
> mhunterk -at- bna -dot- com
> (standard disclaimer)
LaVonna F. Funkhouser, COREComm
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