Advanced New Technologies Co., Ltd. (Grand Cayman, KY)
The rapid development of network technologies is accompanied with increasingly comprehensive services and functions provided by servers that run on network platforms. Servers integrate the majority of offline services and offer the services on the internet. Sousers can access various online services and have more convenience in their day.
Servers offer a linking function to users in order to speedily process various services. Also, on the servers, users can connect service accounts that are used for processing with user accounts logged in to the servers. As such, when the users process the same service again in the future they don’t have to enter their account used to process service processing, which reduces the amount of work involved in processing services and bringing convenience to the users.
In order to be able to offer specific services, servers operating that run on networks must meet the required operating qualifications. To be specific, some specific services have high user information security requirements;therefore, a specific audit department needs to perform a security check on systems, hardware and such of the servers, and the servers can operate these specific services only after being approved. In order for the servers to pass in the security audit of the audit department, the maintenance staff of servers typically have to complete a substantial amount of security reconstruction on the systems, the hardware of servers, and incur high operation expenses. Operating specific services generally increase the cost of operation, so some networks do not undertake security reconstruction on systems, and the hardware of the servers on the network platforms due to operation cost pressure. The servers running the specific services are not able to be operated by the networks platforms as they do not comply with the guidelines. Therefore, every time users process services in the servers that do not possess the necessary qualifications to operate the particular services they must direct the service processing interfaces to servers that are equipped with the appropriate service processing qualifications. This means that customers’ requests for service are sent to servers with the required qualifications for operating the specific services.Further, the users need to access the accounts used for service processing using the interfaces offered by the servers that have the operating qualification for processing the services. This adds complexity to processing of services and reduces service’s efficiency for the user.Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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