ArcGIS Enterprise Sites allows you to create a tailored web page experience for your users to help you share your portal's authoritative GIS data to other departments more easily, even if they are not used to working in your GIS. Instead of learning to navigate the portal and access groups, members can go directly to the custom web page you create to navigate the content relevant to them.
Web pages created with Sites are built to be easily navigated by non-GIS users, but are powerful enough to let users interact with, download, and create apps from your data. Sites features a built-in web page designer that integrates a drag-and-drop experience with HTML markup, giving you absolute control over the design of the web pages you create. You can also add non-GIS content, such as videos and documents, to your Site to create a central place for material relevant to your users to be hosted and accessed.
You can create as many independent, tailored web pages as you want, and security and access to each of your sites and their content is controlled by the ArcGIS Enterprise portal. Individuals within your organization can be added to a site's core team to gain permission to edit the site and contribute content.
Within a site, you can create pages to further organize and focus your content. A site can have many pages, and these pages can be shared across multiple sites if needed. How you choose to organize your sites and pages is up to you and the needs of your organization.
For information on how to access ArcGIS Enterprise, see Sign in.