An extranet is really part Internet, part intranet. It allows a company to give selected partners access, to parts of the company's intranet thus creating a secure customer network as a way of effectively sharing information. This connection of networks that links all of these people of common interest is done over IP (Internet Protocol) networks.
Extranets, therefore, allow a company to use the Internet's infrastructure as a pathway for communication. Multiple organizations can now share information or allow organizations to expand their boundaries over wide geographical areas and maintain cohesiveness.
Leased lines and dedicated are now being replaced by extranets as companies embrace the opportunity to not only keep in touch with those inside their own enterprise, but reach out to those outside the enterprise such as business partners, supplier or customers.
Future-Net can help you design and implement your Extranet which will place you at the forefront of the corporate world and give you an unbelievable competitive advantage. We are ready to make this alluring concept a reality for you by helping you extend your Web applications to those that mean the most to you.
Sharing Information is perhaps the most exciting and productive aspect of Internet Technology. This phenomenon called an intranet, made possible by advancements in browser-based software for the Internet, allows you to share information like never before within your organization. It is a private network utilizing Internet type tools, but available only to members within the same organization.
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Future-Net can help you design and implement your Intranet that will improve the relationships between your employees and the organization. Empowered individuals are proactive and they don't wait to be told what to do. There's no time for waiting anymore. Let us help you stay on top of the corporate world by helping you rise above the competition.
Network Cabling typically costs about 2% of the total
network, however if not properly planned and installed by certified
technicians, can contribute to up to 50% of network problems.