Microsoft Readies Business Intelligence Charge
Microsoft unveils new and reworked business intelligence tools that provide capabilities ranging from self-service report building for non-techs to mining information from data flows outside of a database.
Leaning On Microsoft For BI
A limited budget prompts a small brokerage firm to forego more elaborate business intelligence functionality and satisfy its BI needs with what it can pull from SQL Server.
Some market watchers think EU approval of Oracle's proposed takeover of PeopleSoft is inevitable. It isn't.
IT Confidence Index At Lowest Point In A Year
InformationWeek's confidence indicator has dropped nearly 19% since March, yet more than half of 300 business-technology managers say they're positive about current economic conditions.
Tibco's Revenue, Profit Jump
The business-integration-software vendor also revealed plans to buy back as much as $50 million of its stock over the next two years.
IBM Launches Business Optimization Center
IBM has unveiled a business optimization center as part of its bid to dominate what it estimates is a $500 billion market opportunity for business-performance services.
PeopleSoft Forges Ahead With Product Plans
At Connect conference, customers will hear about the progress of its Total Cost of Ownership initiative, as well as upgrades to its HR and J.D. Edwards' manufacturing software.
RFID will do a lot more than streamline supply chains. It will stretch BI to entirely new dimensions.
7-Eleven Upgrades, One Step At A Time
The convenience store chain can tailor orders by store, town, and region using its retail information system, the first part of a five-year agreement with HP.
Analysts React To Oracle's Court Victory
Predictions include the unlikelihood of an appeals court overturning Judge Walker's decision and the deal finally closing at somewhere in the mid-$20s-per-share range.