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Evidenca2GO is a self-service platform for developing / building and publishing evidences and other simpler applications. The platform is easy to use, intuitive and allows us to develop / create any application we use for capturing and publishing that works within the HKOM network in a very fast time. Oracle APEX was chosen as the technological basis of the system, which with additional components enables self-service development environment, transfer to the test and production environment without administrative barriers. We log in to Evidenco2GO with the same user account as for the computer in the local domain. Within the platform, access to developed applications can be determined for other users, we have a pre-installed application for code lists and application parameters, it contains a pre-installed application that serves as the home page of the application and we can generate generic code for auditing old record values, ...). As part of the Evidenca2Go platform, it is specifically to highlight pre-installed applications for data structure entry and structure-based data entry. In this way, users can create a useful free application without programming knowledge, which they then can put to general use. The application allows tracking and insight into changes, allows different levels of rights (view, delete and update data by different sets), allows import from CSV format, allows code lists, data nesting and cross-relationships between data. Anything more requires programming knowledge. Evidenca2GO solves the current problems of records, and many new functionalities have been added, the set of which will be supplemented. The main goal of the project is a platform for the establishment of new records and migration, modernization of existing record systems. The platform is easy to use, intuitive and allows us to create any simple application which we use in everyday business life in a very fast time.

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HKOM network is used by those institutions (central government, part of local government and other) that have legal mandate to access internal information resources only available inside the network. Government communication network consists of "connecting part of the network", designed to rapidly connect various parts of the network and segment it (core, access, servers) and the "service part of the network" providing additional support services such as: - ensuring the quality of services in LAN, WAN and MAN network - providing security by firewalls to control traffic inside and between the institutions, - providing security by the IPS-IDS system for proactive control of network traffic flows, - ensuring the high availability of services and the managing of user sessions by load balancing devices, - providing internet access services, - providing centralized control, - management and control of wireless networks, - services for connection of server segments, - remote VPN access. Connectivity in the HKOM network is provided in one of the following ways: - using the Internet and VPN technology, - using own or leased optical connections, - using IP VPN connections. Government communication network HKOM is owned, controlled and managed by ministry responsible for public administration. Users of HKOM network can access the internet and networks of European union, to provide electronic services and general information on public administration. For users who are not connected via permanent connections, an effective security system is in place in the HKOM network to identify users. For this method of connection to the HKOM network, the data recognition system is used. For users who are connected via permanent connections, a more convenient way of connecting to the HKOM network is by establishing Virtual Private Networking (VPN).

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