Internet pages designed to be a single entry point for individuals within a common organization or having specific interests. Portals normally include links to the most important information sources, along with commonly used tools. The intent is to provide a convenient, time-saving access to information while filtering out distractive and redundant information.
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Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server
a single solution that combines the ability to easily create corporate Web portals with document management, content searching, and team collaboration features.
Sun Java System Portal Server
Full-service platform for deploying e-commerce portals that include membership management, personalization, aggregation, security, integration, and search services.
Offers a self-managed solution for employees, customers and vendors to use the Internet as a secure collaborative workspace.
Develops and markets Internet software which enables businesses to build enterprise information portals.
Westlaw Intranet Solutions
Customizable components designed to help you stay abreast of current events and legal and business trends, research companies and areas of law, and provide custom access to Westlaw within intranets and enterprise portals.
The Emergence and Potential of Enterprise Information Portals (EIPs)
Essay on the definition and uses of Corporate Portals and how they provide ready access to information via the Intranet and Internet. Clive Finkelstein. (September 01, 1999)
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