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Portals and Organization Services

Knowledge-intensive organizations are increasingly transferring their business processes to web-based platforms. It often requires utilization of resources that are distributed over localized information infrastructures. The distributed nature inherently presents numerous challenges. The spectrum of issues ranges from locating and aggregating the relevant resources to interfacing the processes with users. To confront the challenges organizations have been implementing service-oriented technologies, and constructing web portals that provide a single point access to often large number of services and business processes. Deployment and management of portals and services may significantly affect organizational operating effectiveness. We have studied a large-scale organizational portal with extensive number of services and resources. Several imperative use and interaction characteristics of knowledge workers have been revealed. The findings provide actionable knowledge for information technology managers for improving portal services, and executing re-engineering and innovation efforts.

This is a personalized, single point of access through a Web browser to critical business information located inside and outside of an organization. Portals provide gateways to organization data, information, and knowledge. Learn more in: Web Application Classification: A Maintenance/Evolution Perspective

Websites for Businesses

Whether you are a freelance photographer, own a hardware store, or have another type of small business, a great website is essential for your company’s success. As a webmaster who has worked on building or marketing over 100 small business websites, I know what it takes to create great and engaging business websites.

If you are looking to build a new startup website or make your current site more effective, here are 10 key steps to getting started and helping your small business website compete effectively in the online marketplace.

Your domain name, also known as your website address, is often the entry point to your site. It is important that it makes a good impression for usability purposes, as well as for search engine optimization (SEO).

Here are some tips for coming up with an optimal domain name:

    • Make it easy to spell. Try not to use slang, made up, or extremely esoteric words.
    • Keep it as short as possible. The shorter it is, the easier it is to remember and type correctly.
  • Use the proper domain extension. Try to always make it a .com domain name (as opposed to .net, .co, etc.) unless it is more appropriate to use another extension, such as .gov, .edu, or .org.
  • Avoid numbers and hyphens. They are hard to remember and less elegant and memorable than word-only domain names, and may be misunderstood when vocalizing the domain name.
  • Make the address broad to facilitate future growth. For example, is a much broader website address than and allows Amazon to sell pretty much every type of consumer good instead of books only, as was its original purpose.

E-commerce & Online Education System

Every individual wants to receive the best of education to achieve his or her dreams. However, the more the institution is good, the higher the fees they charge. Students usually leave their education incomplete and do blue collar jobs to meet their basic ends. Moreover, these students collect money to complete their masters later in career. Apart from those who can afford expensive higher education, some handful of students gets scholarships.

You don’t need an Ivy League education to get a world-class education.

There are many online education websites that offer academic courses for a fraction of the cost of traditional colleges and universities, making them ideal for lifelong learners.

Here are 7 outstanding websites to access tons of academic courses – for free.

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