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Web 2.0 and Social Networking for the Enterprise by Joey Bernal

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2. Portals in the Enterprise

Portals are proving to be somewhat of a unique piece of software within the enterprise, rapidly replacing the standard website as a more standard framework for delivering information and functionality to end users. The key word here is standards. These portal standards are in the enterprise as software for web interfaces and in the framework that is made up of and leverages industry standards across the board. In addition, there is a sense of longevity as portal software continues to evolve along with the capabilities and demands of the enterprise. This enables IT to easily deliver new functionality through a standardized interface without having to consistently build and support new approaches to reach the end ...

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