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Iran squeezes Web surfers, prepares censored national intranet

Iran is reportedly testing a domestic intranet and requiring identification and monitoring in Internet cafes in the interim. Just like China!

By January 6, 2012


Iran expected to permanently cut off Internet by August

Country's minister of information and communication says national intranet will create a "clean Internet."

By April 9, 2012


IntraNets vs InterNets

Why do your video buffers , websites timeout and downloads take forever? No one is responsible for making sure its fast.

By July 31, 2007


Hacking Intranet Websites from the Outside

A demonstration at the 2007 RSA Conference shows how internal networks can be just as vulnerable to browser attacks as external networks.

By February 6, 2007


Google offers cheaper search appliance

Company set to launch new Google Mini corporate search appliance aimed at organizations with fewer than 50,000 documents on their intranet.

By March 2, 2006


Photo: The Google Mini

The blue box, which plugs into a corporate intranet and searches up to 50,000 documents, is priced at $4,995.

January 13, 2005


Google unveils budget search appliance

Can the Google Mini, a low-priced box for corporate intranet search, help the Web giant broaden its horizons? Photos: The Google Mini

By January 13, 2005


Post office puts stamp on intranet revamp

The U.S. Postal Service hopes to save $200 million by overhauling its intranet as part of its Advanced Computing Environment initiative.

By May 10, 2002


IBM introduces intranet services

A new unit of Big Blue's Global Services business aims to help companies set up Web portals that let employees, customers and suppliers find information and perform tasks.

By March 28, 2002