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Subject:Intranets From:"Dennis V. Callaghan" <dcallaghan -at- SUNGARD -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 20 Jan 1997 10:08:55 EST
Do any of you have experience working with intranets? If so, could you
explain to me if they are really like a private Internet for your
organization, complete with company-wide Web server, or something
completely different? Do you find them useful for information
distribution and retrieval within your organization, moreso than say
Lotus Notes or cc:Mail bulletin boards?
Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
- Dennis Callaghan
SunGard Capital Markets Inc.
dcallaghan -at- sungard -dot- com