Tasks for published intranet sites in SharePoint Server 2010


Use these files as a visual summary of the tasks involved in planning for, setting up, and maintaining a published intranet site by using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The tasks span end-users, IT professionals, and developers. For more information and links that can help complete these tasks, see the Published Intranet Site Solution Center.
About published intranet sites
A published intranet site is a site that is internal to an organization and uses the publishing features in SharePoint Server 2010 to host content for the entire organization. This is usually the main communications site or portal for the organization. Typically, such a site is not available to external users. The site is usually branded and is not a collaboration mechanism, but rather a place to consolidate information that needs to be widely shared with the whole organization.
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Published Intranets in SharePoint Server 2010


A published intranet site is a site that is internal to an organization and uses the publishing features in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to host content for the entire organization. This is usually the main communications site or portal for the organization. Typically, such a site is not available to external users. The site is usually branded and is not a collaboration mechanism, but rather a place to consolidate information that needs to be widely shared with the whole organization.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-ca/sharepoint/gg241215.aspx

SharePoint 2010: SharePoint on the Internet and in the Intranet


SharePoint 2010: SharePoint on the Internet and in the Intranet–Different Environments, Similar Needs

You can use SharePoint Server 2010 to create both Internet and intranet sites, but you need to be aware of the key differences and similarities between the two.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-ca/magazine/gg457886.aspx