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Pro SharePoint 2010 Governance by Corey Erkes, Steve Wright

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Managing Different Types of Sites

When you build a SharePoint environment, you typically intend it for use either inside or outside of the organization. It is also very common to deploy systems that serve multiple purposes with both inward- and outward-facing components. As a result, most SharePoint server farms can be classified as intranets, extranets, or Internet (public-facing) sites.

Intranets

An intranet site is intended for users within the organization. A company may use its intranet to publish business information, reports, and other documents internally on its network or to communicate recent events and happenings across the organization. Historically, intranets have been the most common type of sites created using the SharePoint family ...

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