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URN etd-0709114-152340 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1209 times. Download 295 times. Author Wei-Chih Huang Author's Email Address No Public. Department Information Management Year 2013 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 72 Title Applying OAuth2.0 in Campus Information System Keyword Cloud Computing Service OAuth2.0 Social Network Service Social Network Service OAuth2.0 Cloud Computing Service Abstract Following the rapid development of social network and cloud computing services, online service providers start to develop applications to authorize third-party service providers to access secured and limited personal data without disclosing private information such as passwords. OAuth released OAuth2.0 in 2012 to provide a more secured open standard for resource owners, such as Facebook and Google, to authorize third-party applications to access data based on OAuth2.0’s standard procedure. With the desire to improve campus information awareness through sharing information on social networks, and to build a more user-friendly platform to facilitate interactions between professors, students and college employees, this study applies the OAuth2.0 standard process to the campus information system to make it more convenient for users to access the campus information system through their Facebook or Google accounts. Moreover, it benefits professors and college employees to perform follow-up activities after students’ graduation by reducing massive time and costs. By setting up multiple login accesses, campus information awareness improvement and a user-friendly platform are expected.
Keywords: Social Network Service, Cloud Computing Service, OAuth2.0
Advisor Committee Shing-Han Li - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2014-06-04 Date of Submission 2014-07-10