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single point of access

A central place, site or phone number (e.g., 999, NHS Direct, GP out-of-hours, NHS 111) which provides a gateway to a range of health and social services.
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In a matter of hours, the single point of access is deployed and made-to-measure content transfer bridges can be uploaded to enable document transfers and repository synchronization..
The GIX is also the single point of access for SingAREN's partners to link into the Singapore research and education communities.
It provides a single point of access for multiple services, from electronic MIS reports and online card applications to Diners Club On the Go[R] account alerts, electronic bill pay and online account maintenance activities.
--Quest Software Foglight: This solution provides a single point of access to quickly and proactively detect, diagnose and resolve performance issues.
Infolution searches across multiple unstructured databases to create a single knowledge domain that can be queried via a single point of access. This means businesses can search their databases, infranets, extranets, emails, blogs, notice boards and the Internet for information.
Through this software, the company plans to further integrate test result data into its comprehensive production system, providing the firm's team with a single point of access for any order details required by customers.
Federal Business Opportunities (www.fedbizopps.gov) serves as the single point of access on the Internet to government-wide federal procurement opportunities exceeding $25,000.
The Web browser is becoming the single point of access to both unstructured and structured information.
Authoria's Manager Advisor can help managers navigate the continuous management lifecycle of employee and workplace-related issues and allows organizations to save managers time with a single point of access to information; include personalized, context-sensitive information; direct managers to relevant training and content; provide just-in-time coaching; capture analytics, trends and manager behavior and track and drive manager compliance.
Oral History Online will provide a single point of access to these collections and give researchers deeper reach into the narrations with Alexander Street's Semantic Indexing.
The system is scalable for up to 750 users, providing a single point of access for all messages.
CA's BrightStor Portal, for example, offers a single point of access to storage resources, is vendor and OS agnostic, and has an open standards-based architecture.

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