Enterprise Portals & Search

An evolution of the intranet, enterprise portals tie multiple, heterogeneous internal repositories and applications as well as external content sources and services together into a single browser-based view that is individualized to a particular user's task or role. For example, the employees in sales and marketing have information on customers, prospects, competitive intelligence, and marketing collateral in their browser view, while those in HR have resume data, skills management, benefits administration, etc. in their view. This is not to imply that this content resides in silos or that the company information is segregated, but it is a way of delivering more relevant content in context.

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  • Enterprise Portals & Search
  • Consumer Electronics & Technology
  • For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

    Report:Microsoft Ascending

    In First 100 Days, Nadella's Team Shifts To A More Open And Aggressive Posture

    When Microsoft named Satya Nadella the third CEO in its history this past February, we posited 10 questions he needed to answer to ensure Microsoft's future relevance to enterprises. As Nadella's...

    • Downloads: 209
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:Website Functionality Benchmark: European Consumer Electronics Retailers

    Forrester Applies Its Website Functionality Benchmark Methodology To The Sites Of Four Specialist European Consumer Electronics Retailers

    Forrester applied its Website Functionality Benchmark evaluation methodology to four European consumer electronics retailers: Best Buy UK, Currys, Darty, and Redcoon. These specialist retailers...

    • Downloads: 333
  • For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

    Report:Coming Soon: The Need To Search Video In The Enterprise

    Video is not a fringe format anymore. Increasingly, information workers consume video in the workplace for training purposes, technical help, and real-time communication with colleagues and...

    • Downloads: 522
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:The eCommerce Content Conundrum

    Solving The Growing Content Challenge Through A Cocktail Of Solutions

    Commerce organizations are drowning in content. Their catalogs have grown, the sources of the product content propagated, and site versions divide and multiply across geography, microsites, and...

    • Downloads: 1424
  • For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

    Report:The Best And Worst Of Site Search 2010

    Forrester reviewed the search functionality on the corporate Web sites of the top 50 US companies according to revenue. Almost all of the search engines executed queries very quickly, but the...

    • Downloads: 980
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Case Study: Intuit TurboTax Uses Crowd Wisdom To Make Online Support Less Taxing

    Intuit TurboTax used the wisdom of crowds — gleaned by analyzing how tax filers and tax preparation businesses interact with thousands of pages of support and tax code information — to...

    • Downloads: 477
  • For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

    Report:Why You Need Enterprise Strategy For Desktop Search

    Information workers waste a lot of time searching for information that they already have. The daily torrent of email, calendar entries, tasks, notifications, and documents means that even the most...

    • Downloads: 492
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Executive Q&A: Social Tagging For eBusiness

    Answers To eBusiness Professionals' Common Questions About Social Tagging

    Social tagging, a way for consumers to label and search for products and content on the Web, is now cropping up on mainstream eBusiness sites across industries, including retail, travel, financial...

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