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Content tagged with Mobile
posted in April 2004
Wal-Mart Takes First Shipments Of RFID-Tagged Products
News  |  4/30/2004
Cases and pallets of merchandise with the product-tracking tags arrived at seven of the retailer's stores in the Dallas area.
Regional Bells Cool To AT&T Proposal
News  |  4/30/2004
BellSouth, Qwest, and SBC all were ooposed to AT&T's latest offer on access fees.
SEC Sets Back SOX
Features  |  4/30/2004
Sarbanes-Oxley deadlines are delayed, but firms find little solace in the regulation's extension.
Senate Votes To Restore Ban On Taxing Internet Connections
News  |  4/30/2004
It voted to restore the ban for four years, stopping short of the permanent ban OK'd by the House of Represntatives.
HP To Ship First RFID-Ready Goods
News  |  4/28/2004
After some experimentation, HP says, it's getting 100% read rates on tagged cases and pallets.
Tibco Buying Business Process Firm In The U.K.
News  |  4/28/2004
The move marks the growing role of business-process management as part of enterprise integration.
Cisco And Ericsson Team On IP Technology
News  |  4/28/2004
Cisco's strength in routers and switches and Ericsson's muscle in softswitches will be offered to wireline service providers.
Software Companies Are Tops In 1Q VC Funding
News  |  4/28/2004
The MoneyTree survey says software moved back into the top spot in the first quarter, edging past biotech.
IDS Scheer Announces Three Expanded BPM Partnerships
News  |  4/27/2004
Increases integration with SAP xApps, Intalio, and Fuego.
Lawsuits On Internet File-Sharing Are Having An Effect
News  |  4/26/2004
A Pew survey says more than 17 million Americans have stopped downloading music over the Internet--largely because they're afraid of copyright suits.
President Touts Broadband, High-Tech Jobs Of Future
News  |  4/26/2004
He called on Congress to impose a permanent ban on taxing high-speed Internet hookups and touted proposals to make electronic medical records the norm.
Help For Storage Networking Troubles
News  |  4/23/2004
AppIQ's Storage Authority Provisioning module is designed to error-proof and simplify efforts to allocate additional capacity to a storage network.
U.S. Internet Leadership Is Slipping
News  |  4/23/2004
A study by the Economist Intelligence Unit says the United States now ranks sixth in E-readiness.
Solid Money, Worried Minds
Features  |  4/23/2004
Raises are back, and the average IT manager's salary approaches six figures. So why are they so grim about their careers?
Future Perfect, If We Can Learn To Network
Commentary  |  4/22/2004
It's technology optimists and visionaries who create the future, Carl Zetie says, so don't be afraid to fail if you want to define the future.
The Two BPMs: Process Management Vs. Performance Management
Features  |  4/22/2004
Know your IT acronyms: Process management deals with setting up workflows; performance management deals with goal-setting for the business as a whole.
How To Smartly Manage Call-Center Performance
Features  |  4/21/2004
It sounds daunting, but performance management is not as complicated as you think - provided you have the right tools in place. We highlight three companies that have made performance management a central part of their call centers.
Cisco Reveals Significant Security Flaw
News  |  4/21/2004
This one could open company routers to a denial-of-service attack.
Less With Less
News  |  4/20/2004
Spend management is the latest supply-chain buzz - for good reason. But has the pendulum swung too far?
Sybase Software Captures Real-Time Data
News  |  4/20/2004
Sybase Real-Time Data Services provides a direct database-to-messaging link, making it possible to immediately pass on critical information to people or applications that need to take action.
SAP Takes RFID To The Next Level
News  |  4/20/2004
It has built functionality that lets its warehouse- and logistics-management software understand and act on RFID data.
Service-Oriented Architecture, Part ll: Leveraging The Legacy
News  |  4/19/2004
Expensive, dysfunctional integration stymies efforts to gain full value from generations of investment in application systems. By supporting end-to-end business processes, a service-oriented architecture (SOA) promises to bridge foreign software lands.
Microsoft, Apple Target Broadcasters
News  |  4/19/2004
New products range from desktop tools for video production to high-definition broadcasting.
Research Giant SAIC Launches BPM Practice
News  |  4/19/2004
The $5.9 billion employee-owned research and engineering firm announced a "business process fusion" platform that incorporates Metastorm's e-Work software as its BPM component.
Manugistics, IBM Announce Partnership On Supply Chain Management
News  |  4/16/2004
The firms' joint solutions will be aimed in part at helping customers take better advantage of radio frequency identification (RFID) and business process management.
EU Again Suspends Oracle-PeopleSoft Investigation
News  |  4/16/2004
EU Again Suspends Oracle-PeopleSoft Investigation.
Pilot Software Drives New Direction Of Performance Management
News  |  4/13/2004
Sophisticated applications and tools enable operational performance management. Debuts Hosted CRM Upgrade
News  |  4/13/2004
The latest release includes a module that lets companies match their CRM environment with their existing business processes.
Homeland Security Spending $350M On Secure Network
News  |  4/12/2004
Department officials want a modern IT infrastructure over which they can send classified information.
One Server Nearly Does It All
Features  |  4/12/2004
Review: The Axentra OfficeSeries Server S-200 provides small-business security and network connectivity in a single, Linux-based appliance.
NetSuite 9.5 Redefines Web-Based Business
News  |  4/9/2004
A single Web application integrates all business functions using an enhanced GUI.
AOL Shift May Make More Content Public
News  |  4/8/2004
A behind-the-scenes technical change will let the company offer some content to non-subscribers as it tries to broaden its audience.
Unclog Network Pipes
Features  |  4/8/2004
NetScout's nGenius product lets Johnson Controls observe and analyze traffic and speed up the applications it runs globally
IBM Debuts Trio Of Compliance Products
News  |  4/8/2004
The products are intended to help companies deal with the rising costs of complying with government regulations.
Site Launched To Help Others Build Health Infrastructure
News  |  4/7/2004
The technical, clinical, financial, and legal information on the site comes from health-care providers that already have built their own data-sharing frameworks.
Report: Outsourcing Big In IT, Comms Industries
News  |  4/7/2004
There are enough satisfied IT customers of offshore services to keep the outsourcing phenomenon growing, according to a new report examining the offshoring and exporting of U. S. jobs.
Siebel Launches SFA Package For The Pharmaceutical Industry
News  |  4/7/2004
Siebel Pharma Field Analytics Builds On Top Of Siebel Analytics 7.7 software and gives sales people offline analytical tools that can offer insight into physician prescription trends and information on call effectiveness.
Onyx Software Acquires BPM Technology From Visuale
News  |  4/7/2004
Onyx Software, a maker of customer relationship management applications, acquired the business process management technology of Visuale in a deal worth at least $4 million.
Broader Use For Broadband
News  |  4/6/2004
Market-reserch firm In-Stat says 20% of households now use high-speed connections to access the Internet.
Service-Oriented Architecture: The Future is Now
News  |  4/5/2004
This practical guide to the new era of "synthesized" computing tells you how to make applications that connect software artifacts in a flexible, logical fashion to streamline daily business processes.
Cost Of Compliance With Sarbanes-Oxley Can Be Cut By 50%
News  |  4/2/2004
Gartner says that expanding and standardizing existing systems holds the key to savings.
Tech Stocks: Good Start For New Quarter
News  |  4/2/2004
Upbeat economic news and reports helped the stock markets begin the second quarter on a winning note.

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