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Google Porn Search On Cell Phones
Commentary  |  2/28/2006
Google gave two computer scientists access to more than a million of its mobile search records in research aimed at understanding the unique needs of wireless Web surfers. Judging by the results, what users really need is a porn portal, as more searches were for smut than anything else.
Think Globally, Analyze Locally
Commentary  |  2/28/2006
All this talk about "operational BI" and "pushing intelligence to decison-makers" is mostly just theory, right? No, it isn't. And nothing illustrates better than example.
Business Objects, Noetix Sign OEM Deal
News  |  2/28/2006
Noetix will integrate and resell Crystal Xcelsius with its Dashboard product.
Oracle Patches E-Business Security Flaws Ahead Of Schedule
News  |  2/28/2006
The move marks the first time Oracle has notified customers of a security fix in an upgrade between its quarterly patch updates.
In Focus: Clouds on the SOA/BPM Horizon?
News  |  2/28/2006
We're approaching the "Peak of Inflated Expectations" when it comes to service-oriented architecture and business process management.
Analysis: When SOA and Process Management Merge
News  |  2/28/2006
Software AG's Crossvision release asserts that service-oriented architecture and business process management belong together.
A Settlement Would End RIM's Legal Battle; Even The Judge Agrees
Commentary  |  2/24/2006
In the latest chapter of the Research In Motion-NTP saga, U.S. District Judge James Spencer didn't issue an immediate injunction to shut down the BlackBerry service, as many have expected. He said he would make a final decision as soon as possible, although stating loud and clear that RIM had been found to violate NTP's patents. It looks like he's trying to buy more time and drive the two companies to settle outside of court.
The Information Makers
Features  |  2/24/2006
There are a number of vendors vying to help businesses manage and analyze the 80-85 percent of all corporate data that's stored in unstructured and semi-structured formats -- and some of their names might surprise you.
Power Surge
Features  |  2/24/2006
The heat is rising--and costs, too--as tightly packed servers consume gobs of electricity
Cartesis Names Veteran IT Exec As New CFO
News  |  2/24/2006
The performance management vendor enlists a CFO with experience in IT-related management, finance and investment.
Friday Is Judgment Day For RIM, But The Views Are Mixed About The Outcome
Commentary  |  2/23/2006
Research In Motion's patent battle with NTP is infamous for generating mixed views about the future of the BlackBerry service in the United States. While the majority of the analyst community believes that an injunction is unlikely, the legal community is almost convinced that the case will end with one.
We're No. 1
Commentary  |  2/23/2006
If you still haven't gotten the respect you deserve from your CIO, that might change.
Sand Technology Upgrades Info Management Software
News  |  2/23/2006
The application works in combination with BI tools and lets users query compressed data without decompressing it first.
Visual Analysis Boosts Celtics Ticket Revenue
News  |  2/21/2006
Daryl Morey, senior VP of operations and information at the Boston Celtics, uses StratTix to improve ticket sales.
In Focus: HP Improves the Odds of New Business Success
News  |  2/21/2006
You can't know the unknown, but technology can organize what is known and point to the most likely path to success.
Beyond The Relational Database
Commentary  |  2/21/2006
"Information management" goes way beyond the relational database -- if for no other reason, than simply because relational databases can't handle the entire job.
Truthiness Confuses U.S. Patent System
Commentary  |  2/17/2006
Go beyond the headlines, and listen to what the parties say in patent infringement cases, and you might come to this conclusion: there's a whole lot of truthiness being bandied about.
Buying Out The Boss
Commentary  |  2/16/2006
Open-source application server and middleware maker JBoss attracted huge attention last month when it announced it was moving up the stack by building the first commercial-use product based on Enterprise Java Beans 3 (EJB3). Now JBoss is back in the news -- as a potential buyout target.
Health-Care Provider Uses IT To Find New Business Opportunities Faster
News  |  2/16/2006
The hospital chain rolls out software from Autonomy to organize and analyze a hodge-podge of scanned clips, electronic feeds, as well as other assorted tidbits to find new trends and opportunities.
OpenConnect Launches Mainframe-to-SOA Suite
News  |  2/15/2006
soaSolution designed to improve return on legacy investment while eliminating the risk of migrating mainframe information and applications to SOAs.
MRG Document Technologies to Add Business Rules System to Core Technology
News  |  2/15/2006
Alliance will integrate Haley Systems' business rules technology into MRG's new proprietary software platform.
Network General to Acquire Fidelia
News  |  2/15/2006
Acquisition aims to expand the packet flow-based application and network performance management provider's product portfolio to cover the entire realm of enterprise application performance management.
SPSS Reports Strong Q4 Sales, Earnings
News  |  2/15/2006
Acceptance of SPSS 14.0 helps fourth-quarter revenue reach $62.2 million, up from $60.5 million in the same period last year.
Sleepycat CEO Says Oracle Needs To Learn About Open Source Communities
News  |  2/14/2006
Oracle's challenge is convincing open source software backers that it's not just eliminating a database competitor.
BI Tools Help Deliver Record 2005 Sales For SAS
News  |  2/14/2006
Revenue at the privately held software giant grows 10 percent to $1.68 billion.
How Analytics Saved Siebel Engineers' Jobs
Commentary  |  2/14/2006
It's a good thing for Siebel's base of engineers that the firm started building analytics capabilities before Oracle acquired the firm. Otherwise most of them might be out of a job.
Performance Management Driving BI Spending
News  |  2/14/2006
But most companies still haven't reached expertise with performance management, which requires buy-in from broad swathes of the organization, a Gartner analyst says.
Oracle Buys Sleepycat, Is JBoss Next?
News  |  2/13/2006
Sleepycat's open-source Berkeley DB will expand Oracle's embeddable database line.
BearingPoint Partners With Google for Enterprise Search
News  |  2/13/2006
BearingPoint plans to use Google technology to help companies organize information generated by enterprise applications.
WebTrends Talks Smack
Commentary  |  2/10/2006
Here's the latest on the increasingly boisterous Web analytics vendor scene: WebSideStory bought Visual Sciences, a maker of streaming data analysis and visualization software. Within hours, we here at Business Intelligence Pipeline heard from Greg Drew, CEO of WebSideStory rival WebTrends, who gave his take on the matter. He is, in a word, unimpressed.
Competing On Analytics
Features  |  2/10/2006
What good is a lot of customer data if you can't make sense of it? Most companies are lagging in analytical capability; here's how to use it to reach the highest stages of competitiveness.
A Pill, A Scalpel, A Database
Features  |  2/10/2006
Health care is embracing IT to analyze a glut of medical data, find new cures, and provide more-personalized treatment
Army Tries Fingerprint Matching To Catch Iraqi Insurgents
News  |  2/10/2006
Soldiers are carrying field kits they can use to collect digital fingerprints and other physical evidence from battle sites.
Langa Letter: Deep-Geek File And Disk Tools
Commentary  |  2/9/2006
A major brain-fade forces Fred Langa to search for the most powerful recovery tools he could find.
Unisys Finds Discipline Works
News  |  2/9/2006
Over the past four years, Unisys has trained 800 employees on COBIT and implemented most of its 34 processes and 300 controls in four key IT areas.
Headsup: Speech Recognition Gets More Accurate
News  |  2/9/2006
If you've been misunderstood by a voice response system, you know voice recognition is a work in progress. But at a recent "Speech Day" in New York, IBM showed how voice applications are improving.
Lithium Technologies Chosen to Power Siebel Systems' Customer Forums
News  |  2/9/2006
Siebel's base of more than 4,000 customers use forums to discuss the people, processes, and technologies that help make their customer-facing systems and business initiatives successful.
Sprint Nextel Files New Lawsuit Claiming Fraudulent Pursuit of Confidential Customer Information
News  |  2/9/2006
Aggressive action taken against online data brokers is latest in a series of lawsuits.
CompUSA.com Reaps Rewards from New Customer Ratings and Reviews Solution from Bazaarvoice
News  |  2/9/2006
Customer-to-customer conversations on compusa.com increase sales, attract new customers, and improve merchandising strategy.
Business Objects to Acquire Firstlogic, Inc.
News  |  2/9/2006
Business intelligence giant acquires its partner in enterprise data quality management solutions to create complete EIM solution.
Excel And BI: Best Buddies Forever
Commentary  |  2/9/2006
Everybody likes product reviews, and we have a new one here on Business Intelligence Pipeline from our own uber-reviewer, Jacques Surveyer. Jacques take an under-the-hood look at Business Objects' Xcelsius and Xcelsius Workgroup, tools the BI bellwether based on technology it acquired from Infommersion last year.
Business Objects To Buy Data Quality Firm Firstlogic
News  |  2/9/2006
The BI vendor will spend $69 million to help it ensure the quality of business information analyzed by its customers.
Field Report: Factiva, New York
News  |  2/8/2006
A 'discovery plane' and visualizations help subscribers find things they didn't even know they were looking for.
Business Objects To Acquire Firstlogic For $69 Million
News  |  2/8/2006
Firstlogic's data quality management software will complement Business Objects' data management product line.
Business Objects Targets Consumer Packaged Goods
News  |  2/8/2006
The business intelligence firm continues trying to make headway selling analytics tools designed for individual industries, particularly retail and CPG.
Let The Data Flow
News  |  2/8/2006
Integrating operational data has long been one of the toughest IT problems. One choice is ripping and replacing legacy systems and consolidating on a single application platform, but that's neither affordable nor practical. You'll find a better answer in business integration convergence, a trend toward combining techniques including metadata repositories and discovery, data modeling and data quality services, ETL and EII, and integration with message brokers and ESBs for timely data synchronizat
Shortlist
News  |  2/8/2006
SPSS Clementine 10; MatrixOne Library Central; Sterling Commerce Retail Solutions Suite; Cognos 8 BI Data Modeler for IBM Lotus Domino; Host Analytics Host Budget
Building With Blox: A Faster Route to Analytic Apps
News  |  2/8/2006
IBM's Alphablox speeds development of custom OLAP apps.
BI's New Breed
Features  |  2/8/2006
A new category of business-intelligence tools is not designed to support strategic planning, but to gather and analyze operational BI and deliver this actionable information to front-line workers. Businesses are increasingly looking to vendors to deliver comprehensive operational BI systems.
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