IBM FileNet P8 on your iPhone
Apple's iPad looks like an ideal platform for accessing enterprise documents. Turns out this good idea is almost in the here and now...
Roundup: Spy Agencies On The Web
U.S. intelligence agencies are using the Web to share information and engage the public. Some offer mobile versions and social networking tools -- others badly need an update.
J&J Uses Dashboards to Run the Business
At this week's IQPC Lean Six Sigma & Process Improvement conference in Toronto, David Haigh of Johnson & Johnson presented on how the company is using dashboards for process improvement efforts.
CA Buys 3Tera Cloud Startup
3Tera supplies a graphically oriented system for configuring an application prior to deployment, including deployment as a virtual machine into the cloud.
SAP BusinessObjects Relaunches SaaS BI Suite
It's more than an incremental upgrade but everything promised isn't all there -- just yet, anyway. That's my quick take on SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand, a major upgrade and consolidation of the vendor's software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings for business intelligence.
Google Execs Convicted In Italy
The ruling in a YouTube privacy case, if not overturned on appeal, could put an end to online user-generated content in parts of the world.
FBI Investigating Web Spycam
As a federal investigation begins, a security researcher has uncovered evidence related to the case and provided a way to identify the surveillance software.
Open Text Buying Nstein, TechCrunch Misreports
Enterprise content management vendor Open Text's planned acquisition of ECM + text-mining provider Nstein is significant text-analytics/publishing/content-management news. It gained the attention of TechCrunch, which managed to misreport the story. Here's my analysis of the news with a look at TechCrunch's mis-telling...
FTC Warns Of Widespread Data Breaches
Almost 100 organizations have been notified by the agency that sensitive personal data about their employees and customers has been shared from their networks over peer-to-peer file sharing services.
Google Renovates Ad Platform
The company's DoubleClick advertising technology, originally a tool for large publishers, is now also available for small publishers.
February 2010 Data Warehouse News
February is usually a busy month for data warehouse DBMS product releases, product announcements, and other real or contrived data warehouse DBMS news, and it can get pretty confusing trying to keep those categories of "news" apart. This year is no exception...
NARA Addresses Cloud Record Keeping
The National Archive and Records Administration advises federal agencies on the challenges of data retention and records transfer in cloud computing.