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DEFINITION: The enterprise information portal (EIP), also known as a business portal, is a concept for a Web site that serves as a single gateway to a company's information and knowledge base for employees and possibly for customers, business partners, and the general public as well. In one model, an EIP is made up of these elements: access/search,categorization, collaboration, personalization, expertise and  … 
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Content and the Next-Generation Portal Experience
sponsored by e-Spirit AG
WHITE PAPER: Consult the following white paper to uncover how you can integrate your portal infrastructure with WCM to deliver a completely engaging web experience to the customer.
Posted: 10 Feb 2014 | Published: 10 Feb 2014

e-Spirit AG

User-friendly content publishing and management for business users in the context of Red Hat JBoss Portal Platform
sponsored by e-Spirit AG
WHITE PAPER: This brief white paper explores the benefits your organization can achieve by pairing the right content management system (CMS) with an integrated portal.
Posted: 12 Feb 2014 | Published: 12 Feb 2014

e-Spirit AG

State of the Market: Microsoft Sharepoint
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Some may argue that SharePoint is not a panacea and is perhaps being over-used while many organizations around the world are reportedly using it for one or more ECM-related projects. This paper focuses on a survey conducted by AIIM that sheds light on the reality of SharePoint adoption and practice within the enterprise.
Posted: 03 Apr 2009 | Published: 02 Mar 2009

Oracle Corporation

IBM WebSphere Portal
sponsored by IBM Software Group
WHITE PAPER: This document introduces the reader to the concept of Enterprise Portals as a means of conducting business on the Internet.
Posted: 05 Dec 2007 | Published: 01 Aug 2007

IBM Software Group

Making Web 2.0 Work for Your Enterprise: External Deployments
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Discover how several innovative companies are using collaboration, blogging communities, social networks, and related forms of communication to enhance branding, increase reputation among customers and communicate with them, create public support, and increase team productivity and knowledge sharing.
Posted: 03 Apr 2009 | Published: 01 Aug 2008

Oracle Corporation

TDWI Report: Best Practices for Deploying Dashboards and Scorecards
sponsored by TDWI content provided by Advizor Solutions
WHITE PAPER: With dashboards and scorecards, organizations benefit from the convergence of performance management and business intelligence. Learn how dashboards and scorecards help executives to better communicate, monitor and adjust business strategy and plans.
Posted: 01 Sep 2006 | Published: 01 Jul 2006

TDWI content provided by Advizor Solutions

Engaging with the New eLearning
sponsored by Adobe Systems, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Industry studies reveal evident increases in training and development delivered via eLearning. This white paper explores the advantages of eLearning and highlights 12 strategies with focus on virtual learning programs.
Posted: 14 Aug 2008 | Published: 14 Aug 2008

Adobe Systems, Inc.

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN WITH AN INTEGRATED ONLINE PORTAL
sponsored by SolarSoft
WHITE PAPER: By creating effective two-way communication with suppliers, food and beverage companies can flag imminent supply chain needs, pre-empt time-consuming invoice inquiries, drive down supplier costs, and ultimately improve order fulfillment. Read this white paper to learn more.
Posted: 18 Oct 2011 | Published: 18 Oct 2011

SolarSoft

Next-generation Enterprise Collaboration: The Case for Deploying Open Source Solutions
sponsored by Rivet Logic Corporation
WHITE PAPER: View this paper and learn how deploying effective enterprise and Web collaboration solutions can result in significant organizational and end user benefits for the enterprise, internal and external audiences, business end-users and IT departments.
Posted: 23 Apr 2010 | Published: 01 Oct 2008

Rivet Logic Corporation

Making Your Portal and Mashup Decision: Advantage IBM
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: If your organization is considering deploying a new portal or migrating from one solution to another, IBM can help you make an educated and benefits-focused decision. This evaluation guide takes a scenario-based approach to help you navigate the portal decision criteria based on your current business priorities.
Posted: 17 Aug 2010 | Published: 14 Apr 2010

IBM
 
 
CORPORATE PORTALS DEFINITION (continued): …  profiling,application integration, and security.Access/search: Access/search allows a user to get all the information needed (but no more) in the desired context. For example, a loan officer does not need marketing information to approve a loan. An EIP makes sure the loan officer gets only the information needed.Categorization: An EIP categorizes all information so that it is delivered to the user within the context needed (think of the subject structure on Yahoo)Collaboration: An EIP allows individuals to collaborate regardless of geographical location.Personalization: … 
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