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Enterprise Informatin Portals

An Enterprise Information Portal (EIP) is intended for integrating information and applications for different user communities. Enterprise portals are classified as information portals, collaboration portals, expertise and knowledge portals, operations portals, etc. However, a particular implementation is likely to be a hybrid model.

The portal architecture was designed to maximize the benefits of web-enabled applications while minimizing total cost of ownership. An enterprise portal provides a base set of functionality – role based security, unified view of information, standards based platform, scalable architecture – allowing organizations to focus on building components to satisfy specific business needs. From a maintenance perspective, the portal breaks the “silo” mentality, creating a consolidated enterprise architecture under which business functionality can be deployed and managed. No longer is there a need for disjointed server maintenance teams supporting multiple architectures.

The versatile and robust nature of an enterprise portal architecture allows for easy integration with legacy systems. A portal application should not be thought of as a replacement for all other systems within an IT footprint, instead, portals can facilitate the integration off all legacy systems to create one common, consistent, view for users. Portals align IT with the business. As the organization evolves the portal can be extended to meet the increasingly sophisticated demands.

Integrated Secure's Enterprise Portal Consultants assist clients in the creation of enterprise information portals that provide a centralization system containing all a company’s information and application assets. Enterprise Portals drive business value through increased productivity, allowing employees and customers to quickly access an organization's information from a common application connecting functions and data from multiple disparate systems. Enterprise Portal architectures include frameworks for content management, collaboration, personalization, single sign-on, and access controlled security services.

Portal Softwarewas born out of the need for unified application development and management. The benefits of portal adoption are numerous.
Improved Communication and Collaboration. Portal environments, through their ease of use and consolidated views, help to provide organizations with the platform required to improve communication.
Reduced Time-to-Market, Increased Return on Investment. Portals provide a standardized framework through which services can be delivered. Services are able to re-use common components provided by the framework, eliminating the need to redevelop these components for each new application.
Consolidated Architecture, Reduced Cost of Ownership. The impact of Web sprawl on an organizations ability to fund new and innovative initiatives has been significant. Standardizing on a common platform reduces the need for redundant system support services.
Unified View of Organization’s Information. The tight integration inherent to an enterprise portal architecture allows organizations to present a unified view of enterprise information tailored to a particular user’s role and preferences.
Consistent and Reliable Security Practices.
A rationalized, centralized security environment that can be re-used by new services is a critical component of a unified portal architecture. Without it, organizations are forced to constantly re-architecting security for every new service or application that is developed, threatening the integrity of the security environment.
Oracle WebCenter Portal

Oracle WebCenter Portal enables strategic and efficient change by simplifying how you connect people to business services by providing an enterprise portal that simplifies the production and management of custom service-oriented portals. It enables you to deliver process-driven composite portals that integrate content, applications, and business processes. The Unified Portal Framework lowers the total cost of ownership by providing a federated, industrial strength, foundation for enterprise service-oriented portals. Portal Lifecycle Management accelerates the delivery of business solutions by reducing the time to build, deploy, and manage portals. Portal Lifecycle Management delivers comprehensive production services with tools for participants who develop, configure, manage or simply help shape an application or portal throughout its lifecycle

Microsoft Sharepoint Portal Server

SharePoint Portal Server 2010 was created to provide an Enterprise Collaborative Platform that is directly integrated with multiple Microsoft products and services. SharePoint Portal Server is the best product that Microsoft has released for the Enterprise, giving you the ability to create an Enterprise portal with little effort. SPS is also integrated with the Office System (2010), so you can create collaborative sites and upload documents to your portal or team sites right from Word and Excel. With Outlook 2010, you can create Meeting Workspaces to better organize your next conference call. SharePoint also provides integration with back-end systems like Seibel, SAP, and other popular systems as well as many robust document management systems. SPS includes direct integration with Lync to provide presence and instant messaging with team members.

OpenText Portal

OpenText Portal provides a wealth of capabilities designed to share information for group-based activities and project-teams. These include pre-defined portlets share information, collaboration and integration with existing applications and data. The OpenText portal network capabilities enable businesses to build and manage any number of virtual portals from a single installation of OpenText Portal. Patented portal user administration technology allows for multi-level delegated administration that exposes only the interfaces appropriate for a particular administrative role. Resource bundles provide an easy means of uploading translations to support multi-language users with a single site.

   
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