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Complete: Imagine you work for a health care or human service organization that does not use an intranet. Write a proposal to management that lists
* the elements of an effective intranet,
* why each element is important, and
* the benefits of building an intranet as opposed to only using the Internet.
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The solution is an intranet proposal that lists the elements of an effective intranet and an explanation why each element is important, and the benefits of building an intranet as opposed to using only the Internet. References included.
Proposal to Management to Build an Intranet in a Health Care Organization
1 About the Document
This document is a proposal to build an Intranet System in a health care organization. It describes the elements of an effective intranet system, the reasons why each element is important, and the benefits of building an intranet as opposed to only using the Internet.
2 The Elements of an Effective Intranet
An intranet needs the technology for smooth and effective functioning of this system. It needs a network which is the software that supports the system, email and group collaboration software and application, provision for folders to share files within departments, and security such as firewall in order to prevent access from outside of the organization. Since the base technologies are the same, some companies allow internet access together with the intranet system.
An effective intranet is simple to use and update or maintain. The most useful ...
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