You can easily host Git repos using an SSH server and git installed on a
company machine. If you have multiple repos, you may want to look at other
solutions like gitosis. If you need a whole development environment with
code review and such, you might want to take a look at phabricator.
On 5 Sep 2014 12:17, "madhan dhanikachalam" <madhan.dhanikacha...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> I see github is a place to hold repositories so multiple people can work
> on a project.
> my question would be, I know for sure my company won't be OK with hosting
> our code in github or anywhere else outside of our internal servers.
> If this is the case and am sure other companies might have the same
> constraints. How are people hosting their repositories? Any tips do/dont's
> on how to handle repos internally?
>
> please share your thoughts. thanks.
>
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