Corporate Portals Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Garett Patria says in a SharePoint review
OTA Manager, VRA with 51-200 employees
* Its configuration management ability is critical for document-based systems. * It offers ease of use, which is crucial. View full review »
cloudarc67895 says in a SharePoint review
Cloud Solution Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
* Data classification * Search These two elements are cheap. View full review »
Elizabeth Volini says in an Atlassian Confluence review
Project Delivery Lead at a real estate/law firm with 10,001+ employees
The flexibility, well-rounded features, and capabilities to support the different needs of the organization. View full review »
Issa Gorissen says in an Atlassian Confluence review
Senior Enterprise Analyst Developer at a government with 10,001+ employees
Availability of documents hosted in confluence very easily. You only need a browser, so even on a smartphone it is available. View full review »
SumanthReddy says in a Drupal review
Drupal Developer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* Content management: It helps the end user to input/update the content on his own without approaching the developer, once the site is built. * Awesome community. * A large number of modules which help in extending the functionality. * An open-source solution. * It is a secure solution. * There is a constant development of new core features. View full review »
Ilias Dimopoulos says in a Drupal review
Drupal Web Developer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The hook system. This makes Drupal highly extensible and allows even custom modules to be easily extensible themselves. View full review »
Victor De Lima Soares, M.S. says in a Liferay Digital Experience Platform review
Head Developer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The ability to control web content within a structured version system and its unique capability to receive extension modules and plugins. The extension power makes this software a great ally for building new systems. I usually see this platform as a Swiss Army Knife for building new features. I also see it as a starting point for assembling new systems from modules and apps, just like we do when playing with Lego blocks. Support for Java 8 and OSGi are also extremely attractive capabilities. View full review »
Diego Alejandro Palmeira says in a Liferay Digital Experience Platform review
Head of Liferay Competence Center at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
* Flexibility to fit our business requirements under many different scenarios, from simple public web sites to customer or distributor portal solutions and intranets. * As a J2EE and open source platform, this product allow us to extend its out-of-the-box features such as CMS, sites management, permissions, workflows, security system, mobile framework, etc. We can do this in a well-defined way by using custom plugins developed in Java with standard tools and J2EE specifications. * Full support for enterprise systems integrations. Liferay allows us to integrate with our company systems, for instance, IAM, EIP, Web Services. It creates custom plugins or uses the OOTB integrations, like Siteminder, LDAP, CAS, SAML, and Amazon S3. * Flexibility about the ecosystem, as you can choose between many configurations and products for Liferay installation. For example, Database (Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, MSSQL Server), App Servers (Tomcat, JBoss, WebSphere, WebLogic), according to its certificated and supported compatibility matrix. View full review »
Rodrigo Espinoza Brenes says in a Drupal review
Drupal Backend Developer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* I appreciate the free software. * This gives us the possibility to search deep in the core of the system in case of bugs. * In addition, it enables you to improve the core functionality. This feature also helped the framework to be more secure because the Drupal community around the world is always checking, verifying, and fixing bugs in the Drupal core and in the contributed modules and themes. * I am also grateful to the extensible framework. In some cases, just the Drupal and the contributed modules are not enough to build the client requirements. * Drupal has provided us with a modular framework that we can enhance, where we can develop our own modules to give a required feature to the client. * We can also contribute back with our module to the wider Drupal community. * We also really value API documentation because if we need to develop some custom functionality or simply understand what Drupal is doing, we can go to the Drupal API documentation page, (https://api.drupal.org/api/drupal), or do a simple search in Google. * The Drupal community is one of the biggest free software communities around the world. It is so valuable because it is responsible for organizing events around the world, training new developers, providing maintenance to the core, and contributed modules. We have a popular saying in the Drupal community, ”Come for the software, stay for the community”. View full review »
Anthony Q. DeLoach says in an Atlassian Confluence review
Program Manager at a government with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the ability to create business collaboration solutions without having an army of IT professionals. We can create web-like interfaces without needing to be an expert in Java, Java scripts, or HTML. View full review »
Cesar Danecke says in a SharePoint review
Information Technology Supervisor at PUCPR
The online editing capabilities, file sharing, auditing, information security, ease of solution management, and the easy user adaptation to the platform are the most valuable features. View full review »
RajatSharma says in an Atlassian Confluence review
RPA Business Consultant at a tech consulting company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Integration with JIRA, draw.io, Creately, and other mockups tools is a boon to Confluence's usage in handling complex problems. View full review »
VeyselOzdemir says in a SharePoint review
Managing Director with 11-50 employees
Sharing and workflow. View full review »
Alfonso Alvarez says in a SharePoint review
CIO with 201-500 employees
* The lists handling is perfect, and any kind of content linked to them very easy to publish. * Creation of communities is very straightforward. View full review »
Bob Batdorf says in a SharePoint review
HRIS Consultant at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
* SharePoint lists * Calendar * Subsites * Security * Survey * It is easy to administer as a business user. View full review »
ChristopherGallagher says in a SharePoint review
Delivery Director with 5,001-10,000 employees
Libraries, lists, and reporting. View full review »
Seniop9887 says in a SharePoint review
Director at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
The workflow feature is valuable because it enables us to cascade responsibilities. It cyclically keeps tabs on work and to what extent it has progressed, where it is stuck. That feature is really very helpful. View full review »
Kamaruddin Yusop says in a SharePoint review
Senior Consultant
Co-editing of documents. This enables teams to work on the same document and the work gets done faster. View full review »
informat1007124 says in a SharePoint review
Information Technology Manager at a transportation company with 501-1,000 employees
Ease of implementation. Certainly, IT needs to give appropriate access to a sandbox, but learning is easy and quick. View full review »
Prabhat Mittra says in a SharePoint review
Founder & CEO with 11-50 employees
Steven Malone says in an Atlassian Confluence review
Operations Support Specialist at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The ability to customize fields to allow for both qualitative and quantitative data discussions allowed us to back up our "gut feelings" with data collected from the industry and our customers. View full review »
Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It allows us to arrange and develop new ideas, then incorporate them into the portal. We can create a one stop information center, so people can access the information from one window. It also allows us to actively receive data from different systems and publish it into the portal. View full review »
Adreana Gani says in a SharePoint review
Senior Systems Analyst with 11-50 employees
The list library. And also the document libraries. And also other apps like survey which is heavily used in the company. View full review »
Rigard De Wet says in a SharePoint review
CIO with 10,001+ employees
* Document libraries (tagging and search) * Lists * Workflow (added) * Security * Alerts * Publishing features and co-authoring. It is functionalities that improve the efficiency of the employee workforce. View full review »
Michael Soliman. says in a SharePoint review
Owner at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The metadata services, the WCF service integration and the Voxel feature are three most valuable elements of this solution. The Voxel feature, for obvious reasons, because you want to implement business processes and you do not want them to stop if the machine stops so they have to be automatically started. This is What the Voxel feature in SharePoint does. The managed Metadata allows you to define your own notions or terms denoting notions within your companies. And I if I want to disarm them, or disarm power supplies of different types, I need something to denote the names pointing to entities, any program can identify. Perceptively it does what people used to do with the pens and pencils, on paper. For Millennials, by taking a note of what to do on the paper or stone or whatever they have been using and let anyone else read it and execute with it. So what any back flow or business process you have did legal one for King Nebuchadnezzar 2,700 years ago or for any business where you are taking a phone call, we two are doing right now and writing down something or I have to remind myself to do whatever and sent that over to pop and be while having receipts from department A and have to digitally sign it and send out the paper. It streamlines everything for us. All of this business processes, people have been performing solely within their minds. Maybe automatized with the structural feature, but it depends on all the metadata that has been stored within the managed metadata, service, user profile data or whatever. So you can not just say, "Oh, I want to send a car" to whom do you want to send it to. Which car do you want to send? So, all of these parameters have to be stored somewhere else. This is what drives the business process and SharePoint solution allowing you to automatize them. View full review »

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