Enterprise Portals: Addressing the Organisational and Individual Perspectives of Information Systems

@inproceedings{Daniel2005EnterprisePA,
  title={Enterprise Portals: Addressing the Organisational and Individual Perspectives of Information Systems},
  author={Elizabeth M. Daniel and John M. Ward},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2005}
}
Enterprise portals are being viewed as the next generation application platform of choice, offering benefits over both client/server and thin client arrangements. By providing a mediating layer between the information applications and resources of the organisation and the individuals using them, enterprise portals appear to provide a unique context to allow both the organisational and individual perspectives of information systems to be addressed. This study seeks to examine these often… CONTINUE READING

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