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What is an intranet?

An intranet, unlike the Internet, is generally a private network that is only accessible to directly connected or credentialed devices. Propriety business intranets house private resources that are used by employees during the course of their work, often serving as communication hubs for the entire company. Some businesses also host bulletin boards and other idea-sharing platforms on their intranet to foster community engagement and creativity.

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