Tovio, that's not what we're looking for. In fact, adding google, twitter, fb etc. would create some serious security violations.
I’m doing a startup company and I designed my system using normal methods and procedures and it will work for most of the clients I will encounter. However, in the USA, we have a healthcare law called HIPPA which requires patient data be highly protected. Because of that law, patient data can’t be mixed with standard data and actually requires special HIPPA certified data centers.
That means, to have hospitals as a customer (a huge market segment for us), we have to use HIPPA compliant web hosting which is extremely expensive and not available through our primary data center.
My thought was to have a HIPPA data center for all the hospital traffic and our regular data center for all the normal traffic; then have users login via our normal Joomla site in our normal data center and if they’re a hospital user, redirect them to the Joomla site in the HIPPA data center. Of course we wouldn’t want the users to have to login on the second site.
I took the time to write up some thoughts on the process (attached). I'm sure it has holes in it which means it's certainly open to discussion and debate and/or it may not work at all. Having said that, the document does clearly define what I see as the steps necessary to accomplish this.
I welcome all feedback.
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