Intranet Information Exchange

Unlike Internet, intranet connections only work in a small place. This can be an organization, a town or some close towns. It does not need a server.

Intranet applications usually include a sort of e-mail and similar services. LAN messenger is an example of intranet communication application.

It offers personal and group messaging. Since it is sometimes used to share professional secrets, it is really beneficial that one can encript messages.

Messages appear on desktop and recipients can be notified with an alert that is a part of this application. If they miss something anyway, they can read it later as everything is saved.

Staff regularly notifies users of new features and changes to terms of use. People aged thirteen or more can use the service. There are no limitations on geographic locations set by owners although it might not be accessible in some places or local legistlations might prohibit it. Users can choose language of interface from some options provided and new translations are always welcome. Everyone is held liable for contents shared there and should abide the law of the area where he or she is at given moment, in addition to the plarform’s rules that ban hate speech, copyrights violations and some other common misconducts that can happen in such environment. This is important in spite of the fact that this is not an Internet application. Group of people involved is smaller and they often know each other from real life but it is still not immune to harassment which is easier in the anonimity and that computers offer. It is also more dangerous than in private conversation. Administrators can delete illegal submitions.

With proper regulation and reasonable usage, such platforms can be beneficial. They are practical tools to coordinate and to share things.