You can use Communifire as both an intranet and an extranet. Host and manage internal and external people and information in the same community.
For a thorough overview of intranets vs extranets, a rundown of their benefits, and how they work together, please read this blog post. It will give you a high level understanding and get you started down the right path for your business.
An intranet is a network where employees can create content, communicate, collaborate, get stuff done, and develop the company culture.
Your intranet spaces are made up of internal people and contain internal information. To safeguard internal content, make your internal spaces private.
You can automate the invitation process to private intranet spaces by using User Space Assignment Rules, which adds people to spaces based on their email address domain or system Roles that they have been granted.
Visit the Private Space page to learn more about private spaces.
An extranet is like an intranet, but also provides controlled access to authorized customers, vendors, partners, or others outside the company.
Extranet spaces are made up of external people, outside of your organization. Based on your needs, you can make an extranet space a Public Space or a Private Space .
You can automate the invitation process to extranet spaces by using User Space Assignment Rules, which add people to spaces based on their email address domain or system Roles they have been granted.
Visit the Public Space page to learn more about public spaces.
You can have mixed spaces that include both internal and external people. Based on your needs, these mixed spaces can be either public spaces or private spaces.
You can fine-tune Manage Space: Permissions to make content in mixed spaces accessible or inaccessible to non-space members, regardless of the space's visibility. As with intranet spaces and extranet spaces, you can use User Space Assignment Rules to automate the invitation process to mixed spaces.
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