Intranet Design and Migration

PT1994
Summary
This course describes and explores the various technologies from which Intranets are developed, allowing the student to design Intranet environments to exploit the potential of these technologies. Core technologies such as collaborative work systems, database integration and transactional systems are covered, and the knowledge gained is then used to design and develop Intranet solutions. Particular attention is paid to the need to migrate from existing systems and to cope with the requirements of legacy systems.
Prerequisites
The student should have familiarity with, and exposure to, Internet concepts and technologies. Detailed technical knowledge is not required. Regular use and familiarity with technologies such as web browsers, web servers and TCP/IP is essential. The course assumes prior knowledge of these technologies and develops it within the Internet environment.
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for project and technical managers who are responsible for investigating and exploring Intranet systems within their corporate environments. Systems analysts, designers and technical architects will also benefit from this course.
Topics
  • Overview
  • Intranet infrastructure
  • Intranet content
  • Intranet design
  • Intranet management
  • Intranet security
  • Collaborative working
  • Database integration
  • Legacy system integration
  • Transaction systems
  • Beyond the Intranet
  • Review of products
  • Migrating strategies

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