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  2. Abstract. The brief history of Web portals is beginning to be common knowledge for software and engineering designers and researchers specialized on the technologies of the Web (Berners-Lee & Fischetti, 1997). The first Web portals were a product of large government-sponsored “big science” projects in the United States and Europe that ...

  3. Definition of Portal - Gartner Information Technology Glossary

    A portal is a high-traffic website with a wide range of content, services and vendor links. It acts as a value-added middleman by selecting the content sources and assembling them in a simple-to-navigate and customize interface for presentation to the end user.

  4. Web portal - Wikipedia

    A web portal is a website that provides a broad array of services, such as search engines, e-mail, online shopping, and forums. American web portals included Pathfinder , Excite , Netscape 's NetCenter, Go , NBCi , MSN , Lycos , Voila, Yahoo! , and Google Search .

  5. Connect to Device Portal for Windows 10 PC | Tutorials - Ten...

    The Windows Device Portal lets you configure and manage your device remotely over a network or USB connection. It also provides advanced diagnostic tools to help you troubleshoot and view the real time performance of your Windows device. The Device Portal is a web server on your device that you can connect to from a web browser on your PC.

  6. Windows Device Portal for Desktop - UWP applications

    Windows Device Portal (WDP) is a device management and debugging tool that lets you configure and manage device settings and view diagnostic information over HTTP from a web browser. For WDP details on other devices, see Windows Device Portal overview. You can use the WDP for the following:

  7. Port is a related term of portal. As nouns the difference between portal and port is that portal is a grandiose and often lavish entrance while port is a place on the coast at which ships can shelter, or dock to load and unload cargo or passengers. As adjectives the difference between portal and port is that portal is of or relating to a porta, especially the porta of the liver while port is ...

  8. Portal Technology - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    The captive portal concept flows from the legal issues surrounding wireless security. Beyond security, the portal offers a convenient way of providing information and guidelines to members of the community. This sharing tool works by sitting in the middle of users’ Internet connections and intercepting their first connection to the Web.

  9. Web Portal - Explained - The Business Professor, LLC

    What is a Web Portal? A web portal cannot comprehensively be defined by a single explanation because of its correlation with websites and computer networks. A portal can be intranet, extranet or a gateway to the World Wide Web. Generally, web portals are specialized websites. How is a Web Portal Used?

  10. NOUN (3) 1. a grand and imposing entrance (often extended metaphorically); - Example: "the portals of the cathedral" - Example: "the portals of heaven" - Example: "the portals of success" 2. a site that the owner positions as an entrance to other sites on the internet; - Example: "a portal typically has search engines and free email and chat rooms etc." [syn: portal site, portal] 3.

  11. June 2023 - Kutztown University

    Make-up classes will be held for Summer Session 1. Saturday, June 3. Last day to set up a five-payment plan for Fall 2023 semester in MyKU > Payment Dashboard (subject to change). Sunday, June 4. Last day for students withdrawing from the University to receive 60% reduction in charges or refund (Summer Session I Only).