Mar 23 – 27, 2015
Physics Department, Oxford University
Europe/London timezone

CERN Search and Social for the Enterprise Web experience

Mar 23, 2015, 2:50 PM
25m
Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Parks Road (Physics Department, Oxford University)

Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Parks Road

Physics Department, Oxford University

End-User IT Services & Operating Systems End-user Services and Operating Systems

Speaker

Mr Andreas Wagner (CERN)

Description

  • Status of CERN Web Services
    • Overview
    • Web Site Life Cycle Management
    • Web Analytics
  • CERN’s Enterprise Social Networking System
    • Motivation & purpose
    • Feature overview: microblogging, profiles, social networking, suggestion systems and discussion forums
  • CERN Search
    • Status
    • Enterprise vs Web search
    • New features

Summary

The CERN Web Services that provides a range of technologies and platforms to meet the various needs of CERN’s user communities for effective and flexible Web content and Web application creation. We will summarise the status and evolution of the CERN Web Services, including Life cycle management of Web sites and Web site analytics. Furthermore, as two key elements for enhancing CERN’s Enterprise Web Experience in order to facilitate information and knowledge creation and sharing, we will present our recently introduced Enterprise Social Networking platform and the evolution of our CERN enterprise Search solution.

CERN’s Enterprise Social Networking (ESN) system provides the framework for effective and dynamic communication. ESN systems add value to an organization by encouraging information sharing, capturing knowledge, enabling action and empowering people. Another important aspect for the Web experience is the CERN enterprise search solution that provides access not only to public Web pages but furthermore to a wide range of protected information and CERN document repositories such as CDS, Indico, Twiki, SharePoint, JIRA and EDMS. We will present the recent and upcoming changes and enhancements to the CERN Search solution.

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