Q13. Differentiate between the Internet and Intranet?
Ans. The Internet is a collection of millions of computers connected together across countries and continents, forming a worldwide network. This global network allows easy access and transfer of data and communication among people throughout the world.
The intranet is another type of network. It is generally used to link different computers in an organization. The term intranet is a combination of two words, intra and net. Intra means inside or within; therefore, an intranet implies a network inside something (such as an organization). Unlike the Internet, an intranet is limited to a small area or organization, which means that the Web pages or other resources on an intranet are accessible outside the intended organization.