A video intranet is a private network that is used by an organization to share video content among its employees, partners, and other stakeholders. A video intranet uses the same technologies and protocols as the internet, such as TCP/IP and HTTP, but is only accessible to authorized users within the organization. A video intranet typically includes a video-sharing platform, such as a video portal or video management system, that is used to upload, store, and manage the organization's video content. A video intranet can also include video playback and streaming technologies, such as video players, encoders, and transcoders, that are used to deliver the video content to users. A video intranet is often used as a secure and efficient way to share video content among employees, and can be accessed from any location within the organization's network. A video intranet can also be accessed remotely, using a virtual private network (VPN) or other remote access technologies.