Military applications of intranet technology: Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center
Booth, Charles W.
Gutsch, Barbara J.
Emery, James C.
Barrett, Frank J.
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Intranets are rapidly becoming a corporate internal information- sharing medium. Intranet technology is the same robust, proven, industry standard technology that is used on the Internet. The technical aspects of implementing the technology are simple. The organization and management aspects are significant and are key to its successful implementation. This internal use of Internet technology is easy, inexpensive, and has produced savings and benefits for corporate organizations. This thesis reviews corporate and government intranets and examines the feasibility of implementing this technology and benefiting from it, in a military organization. Specific applicability of Intranet technology was examined at Fleet Numerical Oceanographic and Meteorology Center, while maintaining the vision of its applicability to other military organizations. Fleet Numerical Oceanographic and Meteorology Center has the requisite technical and organizational infrastructure necessary to successfully implement Intranet technology. The management and technical skill sets necessary to successfully implement this technology at any military command operating a computer network should be available, or easily trained. Fleet Numerical Oceanographic and Meteorology Center and the U.S. Military should establish the organizational plans and infrastructure to implement and exploit this empowering information sharing medium.
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