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  1. Introduction
  2. Company profile
  3. Project planning
    1. Scope of the software
    2. Resource
    3. Cost involved
  4. Research analysis
    1. Customer requirement specification
  5. Process of coding
  6. Process of testing
  7. Documentation
  8. Conclusion
  9. Bibliography

An intranet is an internal company network that uses the Internet standards of HTML HTTP and TCP/IP communication protocols along with a graphical web browser to support business application and provide department, interdepartmental and company wide communication solutions. An intranet uses a Web server, but unlike an Intranet-based Web, an Intranet Web server is only connected to a company's local area network. An intranet can also use news and mail servers to create private newsgroups for intranet and to send and receive mail for users. In other words, an intranet uses the tools and the standards of the Intranet o create an infrastructure that can be accessed only by those within a corporate enterprise. Our aim is to develop an Intranet that can provide general information about the company's employees, projects and clients. The Intranet is used to improve the communication among the employees and allowing them to share documents. The prototyping paradigm begins with requirement gathering. Developers and customers meet and define the overall objectives for the software, identify whatever requirements are known, and outline areas where further definition is mandatory. A ?quick diagram focuses on a representation of those aspects of the software that will be visible to the customer/user (e.g., input approaches and output formats). The quick design leads to the construction of a prototype. The prototype is evaluated by the customer/user and used to refine requirements for the software to be developed. Iteration occurs as the prototype is turned to satisfy the needs of the customer, while at the same time enabling the developer to better understand what needs to be done.

[...] User's Side Access : A registered employee shall have a login id and password with which he/she shall be able to access the Intranet from any computer in the company. Feedback facility : Any employee of company can able to send feedback(messages) to the administrator. If necessary, the administrator can reply him back. Search and download : Employees can able to search any information like employee details, client details, files etc. A download option enable them to download documents, read me files, service packs etc. [...]


[...] The intranet will be used by the software developers and they are involved at the earliest stage of software development. They can easily understand and use the functionality of the Intranet after its implementation. PROPOSED SYSTEM There are two aspects of proposed intranet. One is the administrator's side, and the other is the user's/employees side. Let us concentrate on the administrator's side for the time being and see what all functionalities need to be provided here. Administrator's Side Restriction on access : Securing the access to the administrator's terminal is the first and foremost requirement. [...]


[...] SCOPE OF FUTURE APPLICATION : More and more companies, government organizations, and nonprofit agencies are realizing the benefits of using a Web-based intranet as the solution to all sorts of business problems. By adding a Web server to an existing TCP/IP network, organization can distribute and update a huge variety of corporate information, while improving efficiency and reducing costs at the same time. As development tools increase in ability and complexity, intranets will become more dynamic, and it will become much easier to built applications associated with Web servers that allow complex transactions against databases, document repositories, legacy systems, and other important corporate information sources. [...]

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