Intranet Guy Profile and Articles
1). Use of intranets / extranets for HIPAA compliance
Collaboration among healthcare professionals, particularly in circumstances that require the sharing of confidential patient information, requires an intranet or extranet that offers enhanced security features.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) has three major requirements:
• Protect the priva...
2). HIPAA: Requirements for intranet collaboration software
Sharing private health information over the internet can be a risky business. Unfortunately, as people become accustomed to doing most if not all of their personal business online, the demand for accessing this information online will grow to the point that health care providers will have no choice but to either provide access to this private healt...
3). What Is An Intranet? Definition and Uses...
An intranet is basically a private web based network. It uses all of the technology of the internet but is safe and protected behind a firewall that keeps unauthorized personnel out. Companies have been using them for years as a method of streamlining their internal communications.
Because a web browser can run on any type of computer...
4). Building Online: How Architects Use Extranets for Online Collaboration
Traditionally, architects are a conservative bunch who fiercely guards "company secrets." As a result, the idea of using an extranet to share documents and collaborate with others has been totally alien.
But tradition is rapidly changing. Increasingly, architectural firms are using extranets to share documents in a secure environment. ...
5). Not Being Advertised...How the Advertising Business Has Changed Over Time
There are three words which often bother me. " I remember when….." When my peers and friends use them, I always feel like telling them to switch gears and think about today and tomorrow, not yesterday. They seldom comply. Now, having been invited to write about how the ad agency business has changed since I was in it on a day-to-day basis, I suppos...
6). Outsource Your Intranet? It Makes More Sense Than You May Think.
Until recently, if a company wanted to implement an intranet, they first had to install an internal network. Next they had to install a web server and set it up to host their internal documents. This created an intranet, which is an internal network that uses web-based technology. The difference between an intranet and a traditional company network...