What's the difference between inTERnet and inTRAnet?
inTERnet refers to the world wide web (www) - a vast interconnection of computers that allows
communication in virtually all directions and is accessible to just about anyone (although some
sites require a form of membership in order to gain access).
inTRAnet refers to a private network owned by a company and allows access to only their employees
and/or only those that are granted a login id and password. This is not a "membership" that
you can buy into or sign up for; you are either elgible for access or not. Often a company
will grant limited access of their intranet to their trading partners. Intranets allow
employees within a company to exchange and share data that aids them in
completing their tasks or provides company information such as employee benefits.
Generally, the information found on an intranet is not of interest to the general public.
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Although some people consider mainframes "dinosaurs", they are still a very viable contributor to
technology solutions. They have impressive data-crunching speeds, allow for detailed
scheduling of myriad tasks, and often comprise a major portion of a company's business
Mainframe technologies that I have expertise in:
ADS/O (IDD, OLM, ADSA, SSC)
TSO/ISPF, SDSF, ICCF, DOS/VSE, Roscoe
JCL (DOS, MVS)
Various development tools (SPUFI, Genx, ADS Alive, DMLO, DBOL, etc.)