Intuit's Not Just for Small Businesses Any More
Intuit QuickBase's general manager Jana Eggers calls it the "app gap": that divide between rich, complex enterprise apps and less complex workgroup tasks often handled using email, spreadsheets, and manual methods. For quick, simple applications that let workgroups in large companies manage sales, customers, and projects, QuickBase offers a library of hosted tools that can be used independently or in combination, knit together if necessary by a Corporate Edition management layer.
Kodak Raises the Bar in Production Document Imaging
Billions of loans, insurance claims and other transactions are still handled on paper. With no end of paperwork in sight, Kodak has introduced a new top-of-the-line document scanner for production imaging environments.
A look at emerging technology that's disruptive -- and that isn't.
Four Steps To Data Security
Here's some advice on setting your corporate data security agenda to avoid privacy pitfalls that can undermine any data management strategy.
Oracle's Fusion Plan
Oracle's John Wookey has pledged to keep the company's multiple lines of business applications going well into the future.
Data About Mining
Learn how a Canadian professor makes uncertainty about the future pay off.
Oracle Gives A Peek At E-Business Suite 12
But the new apps won't be available for up to a year. Development of upgrades for acquired applications such as Siebel and JD Edwards remains on track, though, the company says.
AmberPoint Takes Duo Approach To SOA Policy Governance
AmberPoint has introduced a version of its SOA management software that decouples governance and execution of policies, a move that's becoming necessary as infrastructure vendors add the ability to execute rules in their products.
Microsoft Expands Life Sciences Effort
Microsoft cut deals with several life sciences and software companies for software that helps researchers visualize molecules and run tests of the efficacy of potential drug compounds.
At Long Last, Microsoft Updates Its Browser
New features include improved data security; compliance with modern versions of Web software development standards, including cascading style sheets and the document object model; tabbed browsing; and better-looking printouts of Web pages.
New Samba Features Improve Interoperability
Columnist Eric Hall takes you through the newest release of Samba, the popular open source program that allows end users to access and use files, printers, and other commonly shared resources on an intranet or via the Web.
Analysis: Web 2.0 Technologies
Is one of the most hyped technologies in our industry too untamed for the enterprise? We explore the current state of the market and what conditions must exist to move forward.