Information Lifecycle Management Lives, Finally

Enterprises must first classify their data and then store it according to value, risk and the likelihood the information will be needed in a hurry.

Companies Finally See Value in BI

Jonathan Wu is senior principal with Knightsbridge Solutions, where he advises customers about business intelligence and data warehousing. The firm recently issued a survey, declaring companies are finally taking BI seriously. During an interview with ADT, Wu examines these reasons.

Where’s Your E-mail?

Beset by an onslaught of corporate governance mandates, SEC regulations and a more litigious environment, managers are wrestling with how best to search and archive their e-mail.

Migrate J2EE Applications for EJB 3.0

The EJB 3.0 programming model has been simplified significantly. Learn migration approaches that help ferret out difficult issues you're likely to face when migrating J2EE apps.

Analysis Paralysis and Tunnel Vision

Analysis paralysis is a term used to describe the state that a team lapses into when their analysis effort just doesn't progress because they're stuck creating overly precise UML diagrams, and arguing repeatedly over whether to use "includes" or "extends" on their use case diagrams. In some ways it could be seen as the opposite to the desired.

Data at Your Fingertips

Futuristic human data couriers could become real quite soon, though the reality isn't as glamorous as one might have hoped.