Content tagged with Software
posted in August 2005
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SmartAdvice: The New Face Of Project Management
Commentary  |  8/31/2005  | 
From collaborative software to alert management, business collaboration has taken on new looks, The Advisory Council says. Also, your company's size and market dictate whether a modular or integrated retail order-management system is best.
Linux And Windows Square Off In Another Round Of TCO Testing
News  |  8/31/2005  | 
Two research reports sponsored by IBM argue that Linux is less expensive to buy and operate than Windows or Unix.
Gartner Lee Models The Future
News  |  8/31/2005  | 
Forced to build forecasts far more complex than Excel can handle, an environmental-consulting firm foregoes more advanced BI tools and puts its faith in a startup modeling specialist.
Open-Source BI Stretches Beyond Reporting
News  |  8/31/2005  | 
Can open-source software crack into the lucrative but ultra-competitive business intelligence marketplace by offering packages that include more than a reporting tool?
Two (Database) Runs, No Errors
News  |  8/31/2005  | 
New database error-checking software from GoldenGate is undergoing trials at the Montefiore Medical Center.
Slow And Steady Won't Win Basel II Race
News  |  8/31/2005  | 
The majority of banks still are designing or building their Basel II solutions, according to a recent study of top-tier banks in Europe and North America.
Hurricane Katrina Claims HP's Technology Forum
News  |  8/30/2005  | 
The company plans to reschedule its inaugural Technology Forum for later in the fall.
Understanding Customers' Many Tongues
Commentary  |  8/30/2005  | 
Suppose you're a multi-billion dollar distributor with millions of parts in your catalog, but your customers send in quote requests in myriad formats, including XML files, spreadsheets, delimited lists and Word files. That's exactly the situation at electronics giant Avenet, which is using something called "semantics integration" to intelligently decipher the abstract communication coming from its buyers.
'Tagosaurus' Software Scans Your MP3s, Recommends New Ones
News  |  8/30/2005  | 
Tagomatic.com today introduced a new software tool called Tagosaurus, which enables Internet users to automatically search their MP3 collections to find similar, recommended, bands stored in the Tagomatic recommendations database.
Another Windows Bug Open To Zotob-Like Attacks
News  |  8/30/2005  | 
Another Windows vulnerability disclosed earlier in August is ripe for exploit, security firm Symantec says.
Katrina Spurs Companies To Initiate IT Backup Plans
News  |  8/30/2005  | 
Some 18 companies are using SunGard's Availability Services and more than 120 customers have put the company on notice that they might have to use SunGard facilities to relocate employees, call centers, and computers.
Michigan Health Agency Employs Data Analytics
News  |  8/30/2005  | 
Michigan's leading health and human services agency is using business intelligence to combat fraud and ease data access for front-line employees.
Semantic Integration: Making Sense of Information at Avnet
News  |  8/29/2005  | 
Beyond enterprise information integration and enterprise content integration is semantic integration, an emerging category that deciphers the contextual meaning of the seemingly disparate information all around us.
In Focus: Best-of-Breed Prevails at Farmers Insurance
News  |  8/29/2005  | 
Surely everyone who's shopping content management software must know by now that enterprise content management (ECM) suites are aimed at handling all facets of unstructured information management. Yet many companies still pick and choose vendors for specific applications, seemingly oblivious to the claimed advantages of vendor consolidation and "leveraging a single, unified platform."
Microsoft Begins To Test Delayed Windows File System
News  |  8/29/2005  | 
Microsoft released an early test version of WinFS, a Windows file system designed to make it easier for applications to share data.
The Great Ease-Of-Use Barrier
Commentary  |  8/29/2005  | 
Everybody in the business intelligence field knows how data quality problems can scuttle even the simplest BI deployments. But a recent study points to an even bigger challenge plaguing the adoption of business intelligence tools: ease-of-use. A survey from our sister publication InformationWeek found that ease-of-use issues now comprise the single biggest barrier to BI projects, according to 300 study respondents who work in business intelligence. Employees' struggles with BI tools pose greate
Changing Worries
News  |  8/29/2005  | 
Remember some of the things we used to get all worked up about -- like disintermediation? They rarely work out the way we expect. Now we see a business model built on travel agents, who've been hard hit by E-commerce, handing out technology that lets travelers book electronically, without a live agent or even a Web browser. Corporate meddling in open-source projects was another teeth-grinding concern for some. Now Sun is leading another open-source crusade as it, IBM, and others jostle for who's
The Observer: Forget Fancy, Go With Functional -- We'll Be Watching
Commentary  |  8/29/2005  | 
It's time to vote with our access fees and our patronage if businesses that promise connectivity don't deliver, says Lou Bertin.
Cisco Upgrades Switch Operating System
News  |  8/29/2005  | 
Breaking the operating system into modules will improve its reliability, security, and efficiency, the company says.
IT Confidential: The Evidence Is Out There--E-Mail, Etc.
Commentary  |  8/26/2005  | 
Startup develops automated E-mail analyzer ... security breach exposes Air Force officers' personal information ... "men's entertainment" magazine enters intellectual-property fray ... World Trade Organization seeks to pin down U.S. stance on online gambling.
BEA Picks Plumtree
News  |  8/26/2005  | 
Open-Source Project Aims At Middleware
News  |  8/26/2005  | 
Apache Foundation eyes key obstacles to moving legacy systems to Web services
Film Industry Views Open Source
Features  |  8/26/2005  | 
Industrial Light & Magic and others in the film industry are developing apps on open-source platforms.
SmartAdvice: Using Web Portals To Solve Business Problems
Commentary  |  8/26/2005  | 
Web portals can be far more than a sales channel, The Advisory Council says. Also, decide what you want to accomplish before jumping into a CRM system.
Google Maps -- And So Much More
News  |  8/26/2005  | 
With Google Maps, the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single click -- and where it ends, nobody knows.
Power Up With Utility Computing
Features  |  8/26/2005  | 
IBM realizes the benefits of appealing to smaller companies to sell services, build loyalty, and get an edge in functionality
A New Type Of Worm
Features  |  8/26/2005  | 
The Threats Get Nastier
Features  |  8/26/2005  | 
IT threats are growing in number, sophistication, and ill intent. Think you've got them under control? Just wait till tomorrow.
Source Of The Problem
Features  |  8/26/2005  | 
Tracking Down Web Application Errors
News  |  8/25/2005  | 
Latest Introscope release from Wily Technology detects error messages and pinpoints the source of the problem.
SAS Raises the Bar on Data and Text Mining
News  |  8/25/2005  | 
Enhancements shipping this fall will improve predictive analytics.
SchemaLogic Introduces Vignette Taxonomy Integrator Adapter
News  |  8/25/2005  | 
New adapter allows users to develop and manage Vignette categories and classification hierarchies within SchemaLogic's SchemaServer application.
Wikis Make Collaboration Easier
Features  |  8/25/2005  | 
Because they're simple enough for nontechnical employees to use, wikis are set to give content-management software a run for its money.
Wiki Tools: Who's In The Game
Features  |  8/25/2005  | 
Lloyd's Of London Moves To Operational Reporting
News  |  8/25/2005  | 
The venerable specialist insurance market uses business intelligence to ensure timely transactions on behalf of its customers.
Actuate Brews Java Reporting Solution
News  |  8/24/2005  | 
Open source reporting project is a bold move.
Business Objects for Finance
News  |  8/24/2005  | 
Acquisition nudges strategy toward the finance silo.
QlikTech Releases Version 7
News  |  8/24/2005  | 
Leading with usability and analytic scalability with 64-bit processing.
Rapid Deployment Complements RapidResponse
News  |  8/24/2005  | 
Kinaxis' new deployment services to accelerate customer benefit.
Microsoft Mum On Windows 95 Tenth Anniversary
News  |  8/24/2005  | 
A look back on the $300 million publicity circus that marked the launch of Windows 95. Microsoft didn't even mark today's 10-year anniversary with a press release.
Fighting For Your Digital Rights
News  |  8/23/2005  | 
Sun Microsystems is making some software available to the open-source community to launch an effort to create standardized software for digital-rights management.
Readers Sound Off On Linux
Commentary  |  8/23/2005  | 
Though more and more packaged BI vendors have announced support for Linux in their reporting tools this year, readers of Business Intelligence Pipeline say they still see databases as Linux's sweet spot in the BI world.
Review: Hosted CRM Software
News  |  8/23/2005  | 
CRM hosts promise top-notch customer service plus better access for mobile salespeople. Of the six we examined, our Editor's Choice impressed us with its well-designed interface.
BEA Buys Plumtree Software For $200M
News  |  8/22/2005  | 
BEA plans to marry its application server and middleware with Plumtree's tools for building portals.
Case Study: TNT Thinks RFID Is Dynamite
News  |  8/22/2005  | 
Think of radio frequency identification (RFID) as barcode technology without the hassle of getting a good read with an optical scanner. Because RFID tags can be detected and read automatically as they pass through loading docks, and distribution centers and into stores, the technology promises dramatic time and labor savings--most particularly through reductions in paperwork. Shipping, receiving, warehousing and stocking information can be updated automatically, and records of billing, transfer
In Focus: Sizing Up Content Migration vs. Integration
News  |  8/22/2005  | 
So you say you've settled on an enterprisewide standard for content management. What's next? The typical enterprise has at least three to five legacy content management systems and 40 percent have six or more repositories, according to Forrester Research. Do you move all that content into the new centralized repository? Not likely.
netCustomer Launches Third-Party Support Services for Siebel CRM Customers
News  |  8/18/2005  | 
Services are planned to be generally available later this year.
Hyperion Essbase 7X Now Available on 64-bit Itanium Architecture
News  |  8/18/2005  | 
Combination aims to deliver unparalleled scalability and performance on HP Integrity servers.
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