Many companies are attempting to meet their communication and
collaboration needs by implementing extranets rather than by
implementing new proprietary networks. Extranets use the Interent
to connect remote offices and sites as well as business partners.
As a result, extranets are standards-based and much less expensive
to implement than are new proprietary networks.
A great deal of controversy and technical innovation surrounds the
implementation of extranets because many people feel that extranets
do not yet meet the requirements of many commercial and individual
users for access, availability, reliability, security, performance,
ease of management, and ease of administration.
Implementing Extranets directly addresses the great extranet
controversy by providing practical examples and advice about
overcoming the present limitations of extranets. This book will be
of great interest to planners, designers, and implementors of
extranets as well as to end users and business managers who wish to
use extranets to meet their communication and collaboration
Uses a practical approach to understanding and overcoming the
present limits of extranets
Provides a practical understanding of how extranets can and cannot
be used for communication and collaboration
Offers a state of the art view of extranets
|Country of origin:
Randall J. Covill
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