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May 6, 2009
6 May 2009

Using DNN for an intranet or extranet

Why DotNetNuke (DNN) is an excellent choice for an intranet/extranet.

Over the past month we have had a lot of interest from companies wanting to know whether DotNetNuke (DNN) is a good solution for an intranet or extranet. The answer to this question, to put it simply is yes, definitely!

In fact, a DotNetNuke (DNN) Content Management System (CMS), is an excellent choice for an intranet as there is a huge variety of functionality available which has been developed to make business processes quicker and easier.

DNN is incredibly user friendly and will enable users to update, edit and add content to the intranet quickly and easily through a web browser. DNN also comes with file management capabilities, which will enable the management and organisation of any downloadable content such as PDFs, video files and word documents.

Due to the popularity of Twitter and Facebook, we have had more and more companies wanting to integrate social networking aspects into their intranets. This can all be implemented into a DNN intranet through the Active Social module and includes functionality such as status updates, creation of picture galleries, blogs and private messaging to other registered users.

Another benefit of using DNN for an intranet is that it can be easily skinned to fit in with any existing branding and can be accessed from any workstation. 

There is a huge amount of choice and flexibility when it comes to using DotNetNuke (DNN) for an intranet. For more information please contact us.