Unlike the internet, which is a public network of computers, an intranet is a private network of computers that functions only within the boundaries of Tarek Nour Communications.
Moreover, the intranet differs completely from the internet in terms of audience and strategic objectives. It is true however, that an intranet might sometimes use the internet as a vehicle to connect across facilities and locations. Even so, access is still restricted and not available to the general public.
TNCers can now manage their online content, application files and other data through the new Intranet "version 5.0", which will be a core for business processes and distribution of accurate and relevant knowledge to the various stakeholders via a strong authorized engine.
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Nour Badie launches Cappy Fruit Bites campaign. Cappy is a fruit juice owned by Coca Cola Company. The campaign objective is to promote Cappy’s new taste through featuring the real fruit pieces in Cappy. The campaign theme is "Juice with Real Fruit Pieces عصير بقطع الفاكهة الطبيعية" ....
Many other media stars have been honored for their work in 2013, the ceremony was held Thursday, January 30 at the Syndicate of Journalism. Tony Khalifa has been honoured for his performance on Agra2 Al Kalam, Adel Hamouda for his performance on Akher El Nahar, Wael El Ebrshy for his performance on Al Ashera Masa2aan, Moataz Al Demerdash for his performance on Masr El Gedida. ....
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DOHA: Just a day after Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates announced that they were withdrawing their ambassadors from Qatar, officials in Doha have revealed an immediate responses.
In an announcement made this morning, Qatari authorities revealed that all GCC nationals, with the exception of Qataris, Kuwaitis and Omanis, would be henceforth banned from entering London’s upmarket department store, Harrods.
There's something about roadside advertising, fromHasslehoff cutoutstogiant headphones,that turns drunk morons into thieves. But every now and again, someone pulls off a heist that's so fantastic, it can only be a hoax. Thus was the case with the stolen giant mango at the center of Australia's "MangoGate."
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