Definition of Extranet

1. Noun. (computing) A private computer network that uses Internet protocols and can be accessed by authorized individuals via the Internet. ¹



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Definition of Extranet

1. an intranet that permits limited access by outsiders [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extranet

extrametric
extramission
extramissions
extramitochondrial
extramundane
extramural
extramural practice
extramurally
extramusical
extraneity
extraneous
extraneous variable
extraneously
extraneousness
extraness
extranet (current term)
extranets
extranodal
extranoematic
extranuclear
extranuclear inheritance
extranucleolar
extraocular
extraocular muscles
extraofficial
extraoral
extraoral anchorage
extraoral fracture appliance
extraoral photograph
extraoral traction appliances

Literary usage of Extranet

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1. OECD Information Technology Outlook: ICTs and the Information Economy by Graham Vickery (2002)
"... A pattern that emerges from the available surveys is that different applications (eg Web, extranet, EDI1 are used for different business processes. ..."

2. International Electronic Commerce: Definitions and Policy Implications edited by Emil Friberg, Loren Yager (2001)
"Although the Internet is in the public domain, recent adaptations of the Internet technology, the Intranet and the extranet, are private (closed) networks. ..."

3. Roman Law in the Modern World by Charles Phineas Sherman (1917)
"To enable extranet heredes to determine whether or not they would take an inheritance, the praetorian law granted them a period of time for deliberation" ..."

4. The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes by William Gardiner Hammond (1876)
"Children not within his power if instituted, children instituted by the mother, slaves instituted and subsequently manumitted, are extranet. (3. ..."

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