Intranet implementation in a context of Web technology discovery
Haga, William J.
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This thesis presents a model of intranet implementation for a military facility within the context of an organization that is in the process of discovering Web technology and the browser as a central communication application. It surveys the genesis and evolution of intranet technology, examines the interface between emerging technology and organizational culture, specifies software and hardware components, and offers recommendations on intranet security and the requirements for successful information technology implementation. Intranet pages built with Microsoft Front Page 98 and a connection from back-end to front-end constructed with ColdFusion Application Server 3.1 are presented.
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