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PORTALS
What is PORTAL 
 “One specially designed Web page at a 
website which brings information together 
from diverse sources i...
FEATURES 
Each information source gets its 
dedicated area on the page for 
displaying information- a portlet 
Variants ...
FEATURES 
The extent to which content displayed in 
a uniform way depend on 
-intended user 
-purpose 
-diversity of the ...
FEATURES 
Services offered: 
-e-mail 
-news 
-stock quotes 
-information from databases 
-entertainment content
Early public web portals 
AOL 
Excite 
Netvibes 
iGoogle 
MSN 
Naver 
Lycos 
Indiatimes 
Rediff 
Sify 
Yahoo!
CLASSIFICATION 
1) HORIZONTAL PORTAL 
2) VERTICAL PORTAL( Vortal )
HORIZONTAL PORTAL 
Platform to several 
companies in the same economic 
sector or to the same type of 
manufacturers or di...
VERTICAL PORTAL 
 Specialized entry point to a specific market or 
industry niche, subject area or interest 
Vertical In...
TYPES 
1. Personal portals 
2. Government web portals 
3. Cultural portals 
4. Corporate web portals 
5. Stock portals 
6....
PERSONAL PORTALS 
Web page at a website on the World Wide 
Web or local HTML home page including 
Javascript 
Typically ...
PERSONAL PORTALS 
Designed to use distributed applications,different 
numbers and types of middleware and hardware 
Prov...
GOVERNMENT WEB PORTALS 
 Included primary portals to the governments 
and portals developed for specific audiences 
Eg: 
...
CULTURAL PORTALS 
 Aggregate digitized cultural collections 
of galleries, libraries, archives and 
museums 
 Provide a ...
CULTURAL PORTALS 
 Usually based around a specific national or 
regional groupings of institutions 
E.g.: 
-Digital NZ 
-...
CORPORATE WEB PORTALS 
 Common during 1990s 
 Include workflow management 
,collaboration between work groups, and 
poli...
CORPORATE WEB PORTALS 
 Allow internal and external access to 
specific corporate information using 
secured authenticati...
STOCK PORTALS 
 Known as stock share-portals,stock 
market portals or stock exchange 
portals 
Web-based applications th...
SEARCH PORTALS 
Aggregate results from several search 
engines into one page 
Popular search engines are 
- Google 
- MS...
TENDER PORTALS 
 Gateway for government suppliers to bid on 
providing goods and services 
 Allow users to search, modif...
TENDER PORTALS 
 Online tendering involves 
- Receive notification of the 
tenders 
- Receive tender documents 
online 
-...
HOSTED WEB PORTALS 
A tool for publishing information and 
presenting correlated data from 
distributed databases 
Inclu...
HOSTED WEB PORTALS 
Automatically personalize the content 
generated from hosted web portal 
modules to provide a persona...
DOMAIN SPECIFIC PORTALS 
 Specific to the particular domain 
,offering access to related companies 
and services 
e.g..: ...
CONCLUSION 
Portals are the gateway to 
the information. The main concept is to 
present the user with a single web page 
...
references 
 En.wikipedia.org/wiki/web-portal
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  1. 1. Lekshmi.A.L S2 ,MLISc PORTALS
  2. 2. What is PORTAL  “One specially designed Web page at a website which brings information together from diverse sources in a uniform way”. “A portal represents a website that provides a single point of access to applications and information”.  “A portal is a unified gateway to several dynamic information sources”.
  3. 3. FEATURES Each information source gets its dedicated area on the page for displaying information- a portlet Variants of portals -Mash up (web application hybrid) -intranet “dash boards”(for executives and managers)
  4. 4. FEATURES The extent to which content displayed in a uniform way depend on -intended user -purpose -diversity of the content Portal may use a search engine API to permit users to search intranet content.
  5. 5. FEATURES Services offered: -e-mail -news -stock quotes -information from databases -entertainment content
  6. 6. Early public web portals AOL Excite Netvibes iGoogle MSN Naver Lycos Indiatimes Rediff Sify Yahoo!
  7. 7. CLASSIFICATION 1) HORIZONTAL PORTAL 2) VERTICAL PORTAL( Vortal )
  8. 8. HORIZONTAL PORTAL Platform to several companies in the same economic sector or to the same type of manufacturers or distributers.
  9. 9. VERTICAL PORTAL  Specialized entry point to a specific market or industry niche, subject area or interest Vertical Information Portals (VIPs) provide; - news - editorial content - digital publications - e-commerce capabilities Dynamic multimedia applications; - social networking - video posting - blogging
  10. 10. TYPES 1. Personal portals 2. Government web portals 3. Cultural portals 4. Corporate web portals 5. Stock portals 6. Search portals 7. Tender portals 8. Hosted web portals 9. Domain-specific portals
  11. 11. PERSONAL PORTALS Web page at a website on the World Wide Web or local HTML home page including Javascript Typically provides personalized capabilities to its visitors or its local user and the pathway to other content
  12. 12. PERSONAL PORTALS Designed to use distributed applications,different numbers and types of middleware and hardware Provide services from a number of different sources and may run on a non-standard local web browser Eg : contents presented on PCs, PDAs and cell phones
  13. 13. GOVERNMENT WEB PORTALS  Included primary portals to the governments and portals developed for specific audiences Eg: • australia.gov.au • india.gov.in • National Resource Directory • saudi.gov.sa
  14. 14. CULTURAL PORTALS  Aggregate digitized cultural collections of galleries, libraries, archives and museums  Provide a point of access to invisible web cultural content that may not be indexed by standard search engines
  15. 15. CULTURAL PORTALS  Usually based around a specific national or regional groupings of institutions E.g.: -Digital NZ -Europeana -Trove
  16. 16. CORPORATE WEB PORTALS  Common during 1990s  Include workflow management ,collaboration between work groups, and policy-managed content publication
  17. 17. CORPORATE WEB PORTALS  Allow internal and external access to specific corporate information using secured authentication or single sign-on  Offers customers and employees self - service opportunities
  18. 18. STOCK PORTALS  Known as stock share-portals,stock market portals or stock exchange portals Web-based applications that facilitates informing the share-holders with substantial online data such as the latest price,ask/bids , the latest news,reports and announcements
  19. 19. SEARCH PORTALS Aggregate results from several search engines into one page Popular search engines are - Google - MSN - Yahoo! - AOL
  20. 20. TENDER PORTALS  Gateway for government suppliers to bid on providing goods and services  Allow users to search, modify, submit, review and archive data in order to provide a complete online tendering process
  21. 21. TENDER PORTALS  Online tendering involves - Receive notification of the tenders - Receive tender documents online - Fill out the forms online - Submit proposals and documents - Submit bids
  22. 22. HOSTED WEB PORTALS A tool for publishing information and presenting correlated data from distributed databases Include hosted databases,document management,e-mail, discussion forums
  23. 23. HOSTED WEB PORTALS Automatically personalize the content generated from hosted web portal modules to provide a personalized experience to their users E.g.: Hyperoffice.com Internetportal.com
  24. 24. DOMAIN SPECIFIC PORTALS  Specific to the particular domain ,offering access to related companies and services e.g..: - growth in property portals - clinical trial specific portal
  25. 25. CONCLUSION Portals are the gateway to the information. The main concept is to present the user with a single web page that brings together or aggregates content from a number of other systems or servers. Portal metaphors are widely used by public library sites for borrowers for using a login as users and by university intranets for students and for faculty.
  26. 26. references  En.wikipedia.org/wiki/web-portal

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