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EBSCOhost Integration Solutions
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Bringing Premium Information into the Corporate Workflow
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EBSCOhost® Integration Toolkit Delivers Mission
Critical Content to the Desktop
The EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit increases the value of
Enterprise Search Application investments, by integrating
EBSCO’s premium databases into the corporate workflow.
With the EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit, users can
access EBSCO content from within enterprise search
applications, corporate portals and intranets. The
EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit (EIT) options range from
simple to sophisticated, to match any integration
zand complexity of custom integration for corporate
IT departments.
Improve decision-making by
incorporating premium information
directly into existing workflow...
n Reduce time employees spend
searching for information
n Find relevant results fast — from reliable
sources not found elsewhere on the Web
n Gain a competitive edge with immediate access
to industry reports, company profiles, competitive
information and other critical data
n Access a mix of top trade journals for the whole
organization along with niche publications needed
by individual departments
nBreak down the barriers between departments
with improved resource sharing
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How Content
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Premium search content is
brought into the portal via an
XML stream. This XML feed
can be reformatted any way
a company sees fit.
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1. Single Packet Authorization.
By: Rash, Michael. Linux Journal, Apr2007 Issue 156, p51-53,
3p, 2 diagrams. Abstract: The article explores the concept of...
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2. PacketFence.
By: Marcotte, Ludovic; Gehl, Dominik. Linux Journal, Apr2007
Issue 156, p64-68, 3p, 1 diagram. Abstract: The article explains...
3. Starting a Linux Firewall from Scratch. By: Divakaran, Dinil.
Linux Journal, Apr2007 Issue 156, p78-81, 4p, 1 diagram.
4. Do Not Forget What People Fetch. By: Petreley, Nicholas.
Linux Journal, Apr2007 Issue 156, p96-96, 1p. Abstract...
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5. Security Incidents Resulting From New Business Innovations.
(cover story) Security Director's Report, Apr2007, Vol. 7 Issue 4,
p1-15, 4p. Abstract: The article discusses the threats to the...
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2. PacketFence. By: Marcotte, Ludovic; Gehl, Dominik. Linux Journal, Apr2007 Issue 156, p64-68, 3p, 1 diagram; Abstract: The article
explains how to set up and use PacketFence, a free and open-source solution that provides network access control functionalities.
It notes that PacketFence is written in Perl and makes use of common open-source components such as MySQL, Apache, Snort and
Nessus. It uses a MySQL database to store the information about the nodes connected to the network, whom they belong to and
whether there are any violation of the specified network policy. It also stresses that PacketFence is an ideal solution for securing
campus networks or even a part of a network.; (AN 24425257)
3. Starting a Linux Firewall from Scratch. By: Divakaran, Dinil. Linux Journal, Apr2007 Issue 156, p78-81, 4p, 1 diagram; Abstract: The
article explains how to build a firewall using a Linux system. One reason for having a firewall is that it is necessary to block all
unwanted traffic flowing into or through the network, which might otherwise throttle the bandwidth. It notes that the most important
function of a firewall that takes the role of a gateway is to forward packets. It mentions that the easiest way of setting up a firewall is
by rejecting every kind of pack and then writing rules to allow those packets that the developer wants to see go through.; (AN 24425260)
4. Do Not Forget What People Fetch. By: Petreley, Nicholas. Linux Journal, Apr2007 Issue 156, p96-96, 1p; Abstract: The author discusses
protecting computer network. He notes that Windows is far more vulnerable to serious security breaches than Linux systems. According
to the author, he had never considered himself competent enough to be a Linux kernel developer but he have contributed a few lines
of code to the kernel. He have also contributed code in various languages to projects like Xoops.; (AN 24425264)
5. Security Incidents Resulting From New Business Innovations. (cover story) Security Director's Report, Apr2007, Vol. 7 Issue 4,
p1-15, 4p; Abstract: The article discusses the threats to the security of business enterprises brought about by the advent of new
business equipments. Webcams could provide information and video feeds to hackers and terrorists which could be used to observe
security measures of the company. Likewise, network printers and wireless access can be used as an entry point for network
sabotage.; (AN 24356031)
7. You Get What You Pay For. By: Barrett, William P.. Forbes,
3/26/2007, Vol. 179 Issue 6, p38-38, 1/8p
6. Protect Your PC on Zero Day. PC World, Apr2007, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p117-117, 1p, 2c; Abstract: The article presents strategies to keep personal
computers safe when patches are not available. Users must prevent the use of Internet Explorer 6 by upgrading to version 7 or to an
EIT allows easy content integration with any
corporate Web-based application.
Persistent Linking – Embed direct and dynamic links to
clinical content from EBSCO into an application, portal
or Intranet.
EBSCOhost® Integration Toolkit Delivers
Mission Critical Content to the Desktop
RSS Feed – Access content via continuously updated RSSbased feeds from EBSCO. Access to the content is seamless
to the end user and requires minimal bandwidth.
The EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit increases the value of Enterprise
Search Application investments, by integrating EBSCO’s premium
databases into the corporate workflow. With the EBSCOhost
Integration Toolkit, users can access EBSCO content from within
enterprise search applications, corporate portals and intranets. The
EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit (EIT) options range from simple to
sophisticated, to match any integration requirement. EIT dramatically
reduces the cost and complexity of custom integration for corporate
IT departments.
Web Service (XML Gateway) – EBSCO XML Gateway
is a SOAP and REST compatible Web service used to
establish direct links from an ESA to business databases
from EBSCO
Enterprise Search Integration –
Institutions can
integrate EBSCO content into an installed enterprise
search application using this article metadata as XML files
based option.
SharePoint – EBSCO provides pre-built web parts and
How To documentation enabling organizations to embed
the EBSCOhost experience directly into their SharePoint
pages. EBSCO’s web parts provide targeted access to
the relevant and timely information needed by today’s
business professionals. Detailed documentation provides
guidance to users choosing to create customized web
parts. Because the web parts leverage existing EIT options
such as RSS and web services, organizations have multiple
options when choosing to deploy EBSCOhost web parts.
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6. Protect Your PC on Zero Day.
PC World, Apr2007, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p117-117, 1p, 2c.
EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit offers a wide
range of options:
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1. Single Packet Authorization. By: Rash, Michael. Linux Journal, Apr2007 Issue 156, p51-53, 3p, 2 diagrams; Abstract: The article
explores the concept of Single Packet Authorization (SPA) as next-generation passive authentication technology beyond port
knocking. It mentions that port knocking is a first-generation technology that uses the port fields within transmission control
protocol and UPD packet headers to communicate information. SPA solves the replay problem, achieve a data transmission rate
that makes the use of asymmetric encryption possible, thwart simple spoofing attacks and remain under the radar of intrusion
detection systems that are monitoring networks for port scans.; (AN 24425254)
Premium Content Search Box
Learning Management System (LMS) – Targeted
eLearning content provides organizations with relevant,
timely information applicable to a wide variety of job
and business needs within the organization. Whether
used as core learning activities or as reference material for existing eLearning content, users will be well
served in their daily performance support and talent
development activities. All LM content is sourced from the
industry’s most credible authorities, such as American
Bar Association, Business Week, CFA Institute, Forbes and
Business 2.0.
EBSCOhost Integration Toolkit features:
n Compatible with Microsoft Sharepoint®, IBM® WebSphere,
Google™ Search Appliance, Endeca®, Northern Light®,
and more
n Free Partner and Customer Portal which includes
comprehensive documentation, support, and
plug & play sample application
n Multiple authentication options
n Keyword, Subject, Image, Index, and Thesaurus search
n SmartLinks, CustomLinks, and Persistent links
n Secure (SSL) access – https support
n Usage statistics reporting
n Real-time updates
For more information and to see
examples of content integration go to:
www.ebscohost.com/integration
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