Presentd By: Rupali Chandsarkar Guide: Dr.

Dhananjay Kalbande

 What

is a Website  What is a Web Portal  Difference between Website and Web Portal  Types of portals  Examples

 Definition
A

set of related web pages containing content (media), including text , video, audio,images, etc. Web site Web site

 Types
 Static

e.g. www.marico.com e.g. www.ebay.com

 Dynamic

Type of web site Personal site Blog News site E-Commerce Gallery site

Description Websites about an individual or a small group. Sites generally used to post online diaries which may include discussion forums (e.g., blogger, Xanga). Similar to an information site, but dedicated to dispensing news, politics, and commentary. A site offering goods and services for online sale and enabling online transactions for such sales. A website designed specifically for use as a Gallery, these may be an art gallery or photo gallery and of commercial or noncommercial nature. A site where persons with similar interests communicate with each other, usually by chat or message boards Used to provide background information about a business, organization, or service. Most websites could fit in this type of website to some extent many of them are not necessarily for commercial purposes A site where people discuss various topics. A site that provides a starting point or a gateway to other resources on the Internet or an intranet. A site that provides a starting point or a gateway to other resources on the Internet or an intranet. A site that provides a starting point or a gateway to other

Community site Corporate site Information site Forum site School site Review site Web Portal

According to Webopedia:

A Web site or service that offers a broad array of resources and services, such as e-mail, forums, search engines, and on-line shopping malls. The first Web portals were online services, such as AOL, that provided access to the Web, but by now most of the traditional search engines have transformed themselves into Web portals to attract and keep a larger audience. e.g. AOL, yahoo, MSN A common place to find information A point and click entry place to other places Easy access to data What you want, where you need it, when you need it

Portal means
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2001 presentation by IBM on iSeries says Portal stands for:
P = Personalization for the end user

Personal or community desktop Consolidated access to data in a layout that suites them Membership services and layered authentication The more the portal is used, the more it can be tailored RDBM, e-mail, news feeders, web servers, various file systems Realtime access to experts, communities, and content

O = Organization of the user's desktop

R = Resource division determines "Who Sees What"

T = Tracking of activities

A = Access to heterogeneous data stores

L = Location of important people and things

 Discover

-High quality searching  Capture -Harvesting and delivery tools  Manipulate -Text-processing and citation management tools  Distribute -Contribution and publication tools  Consult -Access to Virtual/Online Reference and electronic scholarly communities

Authentication: Portal: It provides facility of Logging-In. Provides you with information based on who you are. e.g. mail.yahoo.com, gmail.com, rediffmail.com Website: No log-in. e.g. www.yahoo.com Personalization: Portal: Limited, focused content. Eliminates the need to visit many different sites. e.g. You type in your user name and password and see your yahoo mail only. Website: Extensive, unfocused content written to accommodate anonymous users needs. Customization : Portal: You will select and organize the materials you want to access. Organized with the materials you want to access. Website: Searchable, but not customizable. All content is there for every visitor.

Portal

Website

It provides facility of Logging-In. Provides you with information based on who you are. e.g. mail.yahoo.com, gmail.com, rediffmail.com Limited, focused content. Eliminates the need to visit many different sites. You will select and organize the materials you want to access. Organized with the materials you want to access. Portals tend to be applications. "Portal" indicates an entry point for further access to information and content.

No log-in. e.g. www.yahoo.com

Extensive, unfocused content written to accommodate anonymous users needs. Searchable, but not customizable. All content is there for every visitor. Websites are more like brochures Website will tend to be static

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 General
 Yahoo!  MSN  Hotmail  Excite

portals:

 Niche

portals:

 Fool.com

(for investors)  Garden.com (for gardeners)  SearchNetworking.com (for network administrators)

A significant portal implementation can be comprised of multiple types of portals and blended into a hybrid solution.  Types:
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Corporate or Enterprise (Intranet) Portals Business to employees (B2E) portals; eBusiness (Extranet) Portals; Personal portals; Public or Mega (Internet) portals.

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Designed for activities and communities to improve the access, processing and sharing of structured and unstructured information within and across the enterprise; Incorporate roles, processes, workflow, collaboration, content management, data warehousing and marts, enterprise applications and business intelligence; Provide employee access to other types of portals such as eBusiness portals, personal portals and public portals. Federated Portal: A union of independent departmental or group portals into a cohesive portal solution; Provide access to syndicated content which is defined as external information, from a single or multiple sources, that is maintained by a third party (e.g. news feeds).

Extended enterprise portals:

Examples:

business to customer (B2C) which extend the enterprise to its customers for the purpose of ordering, billing, customer service, self-service, etc.; business to business (B2B) which extends the enterprise to its suppliers and partners. B2B portals are transforming the supplier and value chain process and relationships.

eMarketplace portals:

Examples:

www.commerceone.net: focuses on the North American Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) market. CommerceOne provides commerce-related services to its community of buyers, sellers and net market makers; www.vertical.net: connects buyers and sellers online by providing industry-specific news and related product and service information; www.globalnetxchange.com: a B2B (business to business) network for mass merchants, specialty, grocery and category retailers to buy, sell, trade or auction goods and services.

 ASP

portals – Application Service Provider (ASP) portals are B2B (business to business) portals that allow business customers the ability to rent both products and services.  Examples of an ASP:
 Salesforce.com

- manages the sales and reporting process for a distributed mobile sales team;  Mysap.com and oraclesmallbusiness.com are complete enterprise systems offered through a portal framework via the Web.

 Pervasive/omnipresent

portals:

portals or mobility

 embedded

in Web and cellular phones, wireless PDAs (Personal Desktop Assistant), pagers, etc. Personal or mobility portals are increasingly popular and important for consumers and employees to obtain product and service information such as prices, discounts, availability, order status, payment status, shipping status, etc;

 Appliance

portals - These portals are embedded in TVs (WebTV), automobiles (OnStar), etc.

Organizations that fit into this category are becoming “new media” companies and are focused on building large online audiences with large demographics or professional orientation.

Two major types of public portals:  General public portals or mega portals:

address the entire Internet versus a specific community of interest and include: Yahoo, Google, Overture, AltaVista, AOL, MSN, Excite, etc. General public portals or mega portals will become fewer and consolidate over time.

Industrial portals, vertical portals or vortals:
Rapidly growing and are focused on specific narrow audiences or communities such as consumer goods, computers, retail, banking, insurance, etc.  Examples of vertical portals include:  www.ivillage.com which focuses on families;  www.bitpipe.com that is a syndicator of information technology content.

 Single,

powerful search  Fast and powerful  Integration of diverse content (public web, licensed journals, digitized materials, news feeds, etc.)  Searches across formats and record syntaxes  Searches may be limited by range of options (subject, format, date)  Results are sorted and may be ranked by relevancy  Content may be searched by subject

 Supports

authentication  Supports authorization  Can be personalized  Can be customized  Integrates appropriate applications such as course management software or citation building tools, etc.

Example of a Portal Format Search A Custom Web page – possibly your Company website Calendar Awareness

Or a News Frame

Tasks/ToDo’s

Quick Links to company apps, intranet pages

Use portlets on your main portal to group common objects and data

C o r p o r a t e C a le n d a r

T a s k L is t

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C o m p a n y In tr a n e t H u m a n R e s o u rc e s P r o d u c t C a ta lo g s C om pany N ew s P r o c e d u r e s /P o lic ie s D o c u m e n ta tio n P r ic in g T a b le s C u s to m e r R e c o rd s M a rk e tin g B ro c h u re s R e p o rts

C o r p o r a te W e b S ite
M a il In b a s k e t

T a s k L is t C o r p o r a te C a le n d a r M a il In b a s k e t

M a s t e r C a le n d a r D a ta b a s e T o -d o a n d ta s k l is t f i l e s

D is p a r a te D a ta R e p o s it o r ie s
N o te s d a ta b a s e s

D B 2 D a ta b a s e

A S /4 0 0 A p p lic a t io n

    l Section Porta Feeds to     

C o m p a n y In tra n e t H u m a n R e s o u rc e s P ro d u c t C a ta lo g s C om pany N ew s P ro c e d u re s /P o lic ie s D o c u m e n ta tio n P ric in g T a b le s C u s to m e r R e c o rd s M a r k e tin g B r o c h u re s R e p o rts

M a il d a ta b a s e ( D o m in o , E xchange, iN o te s , O th e r )

A cce ss d a ta b a s e

C o r p o ra te W e b S ite

In te rn e t