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Content tagged with Enterprise Applications
posted in June 2005
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Two New Senate Proposals Show Momentum For Health-Care IT
News  |  6/30/2005
Proposals try to chip away obstacles to use of IT in health care, from the cost to anti-kickback laws that keep hospitals from giving IT to doctors
Bank On Feature-Filled ATMs
Features  |  6/30/2005
As financial technology matures, banks will offer personalization, personal alerts, and check imaging via ATMs
Self-Service Kiosks Help Hospital Reduce Patient Wait Times, Paperwork, And Anxiety
News  |  6/30/2005
The system, which supports multiple languages, has cut check-in time by 25% for first-time patients and 75% for return visits.
New Modeling Tools Narrow The Developer-Business User Gap
News  |  6/29/2005
Borland and Compuware upgrade the software-modeling capabilities of their Java toolsets.
Sun And Oracle Team Up To Enhance Enterprise JavaBeans
News  |  6/29/2005
The two companies will develop a common object-relational mapping model for storing Enterprise JavaBeans in relational databases.
Sun To Buy SeeBeyond For $387 Million
News  |  6/29/2005
With this deal, Sun hopes to increase its integration expertise and product portfolio.
ThingMagic Supports Sun in Demonstration of New RFID Software
News  |  6/29/2005
Demo at JavaOne to show how intelligent RFID readers can enable greater levels of sophistication in processing information.
HotStatus Enterprises Announces Tools for SOX Compliance
News  |  6/29/2005
Company points out that many organizations are still not compliant with regard to their supply chain.
Public Beta of SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver Available for Download
News  |  6/29/2005
On June 24, the Microsoft SQL Server team announced the public beta availability of the SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver, a new and fully supported JDBC driver for SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005.
Oracle Closes Fiscal Year With Surging Application Sales
News  |  6/29/2005
Company also reports a 16% sales increase for its core database and middleware software products.
Anchors Aweigh
Commentary  |  6/28/2005
A grueling, around-the-world boat race illustrates how business intelligence technology is finding use beyond the world of business.
Sun Aims Java At Health Care And Education Markets
News  |  6/28/2005
Sun CEO McNealy, in JavaOne keynote, also confirms plans to acquire EAI software vendor SeeBeyond Technology.
In Focus: RedDotting the "I"s and Crossing the "T"s
News  |  6/28/2005
Who said enterprise content managment consolidation was played out? Just last week, Hummingbird added to its portfolio by acquiring Web content management player RedDot Solutions.
How The Other Half Lives
Commentary  |  6/28/2005
Occasionally, I run Microsoft-related news and reviews on Linux Pipeline. These generally fall into three categories: stories dealing with Internet Explorer; those concerning Microsoft's operating systems, especially Longhorn; and security-related issues. I should admit, however, that Microsoft-related news sometimes makes the cut simply because I it strikes me as interesting, or appalling, or both. This happened earlier in the summer, when I assumed Microsoft's
Citigroup Manages by the Dashboard Light
News  |  6/28/2005
Asset Management unit has added human workflow and business activity monitoring to its business process management BPM environment to graduate from automation to intelligent decision support.
Net Users Split Over Grokster Ruling
Commentary  |  6/28/2005
Though the Supreme Court unanimously ruled against Grokster and other file-sharing programs, the community of Internet users is split over whether file sharing of copyrighted materials such as music and movies should be illegal.
Microsoft Tests Tool For Computer Classrooms
News  |  6/27/2005
Shared Computer Toolkit helps administrators erase downloaded programs and restore deleted files.
Microsoft Plans Support For Ajax
News  |  6/27/2005
Microsoft said late Monday it's developing a tool code-named Atlas that programmers will use to quickly write fast-loading Web sites.
Making Open-Source Apps More Appealing To Businesses
News  |  6/27/2005
Exadel is trying to remove barriers to adoption with new planning and support services, and an integrated development environment, for the open-source application development process.
Racing Boats Compete With BI Onboard
News  |  6/27/2005
Yachts now sailing in an around-the-world race are using a business performance management application to achieve best speeds and measure crew performance.
Sun Makes Open-Source Move, Patches Up IBM Relationship
News  |  6/27/2005
At the JavaOne conference, Sun said IBM will renew its Java Standard Edition license and port its key middleware products to Solaris 10 for x86.
Cognos Builds Performance-Management Ecosystem
News  |  6/27/2005
New framework unveiled at user conference ties together the company's technologies for strategic planning and execution.
Sales, Earnings Both Rise For Cognos In Q1
News  |  6/24/2005
Earnings came in at $23.8 million, 18 percent higher than the $20.1 million Cognos netted in the first quarter of fiscal 2004.
Open-Source Elixir
News  |  6/24/2005
Can Cisco Systems Sell A Smarter Network?
News  |  6/24/2005
Company needs to convince customers of application-oriented networking's value
Are Patents Pending?
News  |  6/24/2005
In Europe, demonstrators hit the streets as a vote over software patent law nears
Google's Legacy: It's Not What You Think
Commentary  |  6/24/2005
Google's legacy won't be its innovative search engine optimization or even its online advertising model, but its ingenious approach to IT infrastructure.
64-Bit BI
Commentary  |  6/24/2005
64-bit computing will have a revolutionary impact on business intelligence, in terms of data processing capabilities, reporting complexity and data integration speed.
Does Java Still Have Juice?
Features  |  6/24/2005
Research shows acceptance of the language remains half-hearted
Sun Opens Up
Features  |  6/24/2005
Sun's taking a part-open, part-commercial approach to Solaris and Java
Better Together? Sun And Microsoft Need To Get Real
Features  |  6/24/2005
Web-user log-on specs could cut GM's integration costs. But "we need to make it real. We need to have real products with standards that work," GM interim CTO Killeen says.
Computers Get The Meaning
Features  |  6/24/2005
Software language uses artificial intelligence and language analysis to help computers reason more precisely than they do now
What The Doctor Ordered
Features  |  6/24/2005
Cisco encourages its medical providers and insurers to adopt health-Care technologies
An Easier Interface To Open-Source Management
Features  |  6/24/2005
GroundWork introduces a Web-based tool that lets administrators configure management software without using command lines
Law Breakers Beware
Features  |  6/24/2005
New Jersey looks to extend the use of its intelligence database to police throughout the state, as well as to federal and international agencies
Ready, Set, Build
Features  |  6/24/2005
Golf-club maker Ping leads the way in build-to-order production. Can other manufacturers capitalize on the process?
SAP Acquires Lighthammer
News  |  6/23/2005
Lighthammer's Collaborative Manufacturing Suite will be delivered as an SAP xApps composite application on the SAP NetWeaver platform.
Sogeti and Corporate Radar Team Up to Offer BI Solutions
News  |  6/23/2005
Alliance offers customers worldwide industry recognized consulting expertise.
ProClarity Teams with Microsoft to Extend Comprehensive Scorecard Application
News  |  6/23/2005
Analytic capabilities to augment Microsoft’s new "Maestro" business performance management application.
Ex-PeopleSoft President Takes The Helm At Deltek
News  |  6/22/2005
Parker plans to compete against application giants Oracle and SAP in underserved markets.
SmartAdvice: Smart Backup Storage Tips
Commentary  |  6/22/2005
Electronic vaulting promises an end to shipping backup tapes, The Advisory Council says. Also, vendor software generally improves over time, but homegrown software needs to beware those "one-at-a-time" changes.
Experience Distinguishes Open-Source Content-Management Launch
News  |  6/21/2005
Startup Alfresco hopes to challenge market leaders with its open-source content-management application.
In On XBRL's Ground Level
Commentary  |  6/21/2005
Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) continues to gain steam as the data-formatting standard for information on publicly traded companies. Now BI vendors are getting on board -- or at least one is. Business Objects, integration software firm Ipedo and financial information source Edgar Online have combined elements of their technology to produce a joint XBRL-enhanced BI tool. The goal: Make it possible to cull business
In On XBRL's Ground Level
Commentary  |  6/21/2005
One BI vendor is wasting no time ensuring it'll be able to serve up XBRL-formatted business information -- as soon as the user community decides it wants it.
In Focus: The Don't-Fix-It-If-It's-Not-Broken School of BPM
News  |  6/21/2005
Plenty of business process management (BPM) buzz phrases focus on "changing processes on the fly" and "continuous process improvement," but most BPM practitioners I've spoken to don't take process change lightly.
Of Barbeques And Business Process Management
Features  |  6/21/2005
Did you enjoy last weekend's barbeque? You probably didn't give much thought to the business of getting that gas from the ground into the tank you picked up at the home center, but it's quite a process.
Business Objects Enters Pact To Deliver XBRL Data
News  |  6/21/2005
The new product combines the Business Objects XI platform, Ipedo XIP and Edgar Online's I-Metrix suite of XBRL-based products.
Open-Source Management Tool Gets Graphic
News  |  6/20/2005
GroundWork looks to make its systems-management tool easier to use and more competitive with big-ticket commercial IT-monitoring software.
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