Building and Integrating a Small Office Intranet

This “how we did it” story includes valuable tips for building an intranet that integrates enterprise services in a user-friendly way.
Conclusion

I hope this article gives you some ideas and practical knowledge on how to better integrate your intranet with some of the more common systems found in a small business. An intranet shouldn't be only a news portal or electronic bulletin board. It should be an interactive tool for users and a time-saver for administrators. Users feel a level of comfort in a browser environment that they don't feel when searching through a filesystem or staring at a command line. Take advantage of that and your intranet will become a valuable asset to your business.

Resources

FreeTDS: www.freetds.org

RFC-2254: ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc2254.txt

Building an E-mail Virus Detection System for Your Network: /article/4882

CPAS: www.cpasoftware.com

Pearce, Bevill, Leesburg & Moore P.C.: www.pearcebevill.com

Dave Jones is the IT Manager at Pearce, Bevill, Leesburg & Moore in Birmingham, Alabama. He has been a network administrator for eight years. He spends his time blogging and writing software at www.sector62.com.

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