How a Web Portal Can Help Your Company

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Web portals

As more and more companies begin to bring their entire organizations online, there is an increasing demand to organize all of the relevant information in an easily accessible, but secure, manner. Several solutions exist to help companies in many industries organize their information so that it can be accessed easily by all employees. Nowhere is this type of data management more necessary than in the medical industry. And medical software development has kept up with industry demands for safe and secure transfer of sensitive data.

Medical software development companies can create custom applications to meet the particular needs of those in the medical industry. From custom web applications to mobile applications, medical software development can meet medical industry needs through a variety of solutions. But one of the most common ways a medical software development company meets the data management and organization needs of the medical industry is with web portals.

A web portal is a central hub of information and data that can be accessed by anybody on the network. This includes public networks like the internet as well as private, secured networks, or intranets. A web portal is an example of web applications (which is really just any application that can be accessed on a network). Many companies create intranet portals using SharePoint. This program is composed of several web technologies which are backed by a common technical infrastructure.

But a web portal is a specific kind of web application that can allow internal and external access to specific corporate information and data. In medical software development, security is the highest priority, and any web portal that is designed can be secured with some form of authentication. In addition to securing the sign on, many companies also need to make sure that networks which they communicate over are also secure. Medical software development web portals can build this sort of security into their web application design, thus making certain that all sensitive information is kept private and secured.

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Comments (5)

  • Harry Hopkins

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    Web portals, eh? What is this 1999? The last time I used a web portal I was signing on to AOL.

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  • Maya Robinson

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    Web portals, eh? What is this 1999? The last time I used a web portal I was signing on to AOL.

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  • Dead Frahm

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    Web portals, eh? What is this 1999? The last time I used a web portal I was signing on to AOL.

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  • Warren Curtis

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    Web portals, eh? What is this 1999? The last time I used a web portal I was signing on to AOL.

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  • Roy Ray

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    Web portals, eh? What is this 1999? The last time I used a web portal I was signing on to AOL.

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