Web Portal Design, Implementation, Integration, and Optimization

Web Portal Design, Implementation, Integration, and Optimization

Jana Polgar (Dialog IT, Australia) and Greg Adamson (University of Melbourne, Australia)
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Release Date: January, 2013|Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 296
ISBN13: 9781466627796|ISBN10: 1466627794|EISBN13: 9781466627802|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-2779-6

Description

Web Portal Design, Implementation, Integration, and Optimization discusses the challenges faced in building web services and integrating applications in order to reach the successful benefits web portals bring to an organization. This collection of research aims to be a resource for researchers, developers, and industry practitioners involved in the technological, business, organizational and social dimensions of web portals.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Content management systems
  • E-Commerce
  • Mobile technologies and applications
  • Semantic Web services
  • User interface issues
  • Web Portal Design and Development
  • Web services

Reviews and Testimonials

The articles are truly international, as the authors come from five continents. Their views are broad enough to provide insights from different perspectives, and overall the quality of the collection is very good. Web Portal Design is a good reference source for academics in this area. This is also a good off-the-shelf handbook for postgraduate students.

– Hing Kai Chan, University of East Anglia, Online Information Review, 37 (6)

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Jana Polgar worked as a lecturer at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia where she was teaching subjects focusing on web services, SOA and portal design and implementation in postgraduate courses at the Faculty of Information Technology. Her research interests include web services, SOA and portal applications. She has also extensive industry experience in various roles ranging from software development to management and 666 consulting positions. She holds master degree in Electrical Engineering from VUT Brno (Czech Republic) and PhD from RMIT Melbourne.
Greg Adamson is a project manager in the financial services industry, based in Melbourne. He holds a PhD from RMIT Faculty of Business and a Bachelor of Technology from the University of Southern Queensland. He has led several emerging technology projects in Europe, Asia, and Australia and has worked on Internet projects since 1991.

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