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I need to build an Intranet for a small company (70-120 employees)

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Right now we are just using a basic Intranet site hosted on a Windows IIS Server, with static pages that I have to constantly update.  The Intranet will host your basic things such as phone lists, employee forms, HR forms, links to commonly used sites, and we would like to possibly integrate a few of our applications into it so that VPN users can use them.  Any suggestions?  I was thinking Sharepoint, but that seems like a bit of overkill, no?
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zephyr_hex (Megan) earned 250 total points
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sharepoint is a great solution.  if they already have windows server 2003, i'd do it via sharepoint.  it's free, and you don't have to be a web developer in order to update & maintain it.
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I am the IT Manager here...Yes, we have a new 2003 server that I could use.  Just install the "SharePoint Services" instead of the full blown Server version?  
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You could go with sharepoint services...but for your application, I think the whole sharepoint package would be a good investment in your situation, since it will likely see heavy use, and the extra features would get used.
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