IT is looking for end-to-end tooling to make sense of, and manage,
data all the way through the network, storage and application stack.
Although Google and other Internet search engines have shaped the expectations of end users, enterprise search is harder to pull off.
Steve Conley is director of IT for the Boston Red Sox, where he oversees infrastructure for the World Series Champions. In this interview with ADT, he discusses the IP telephony implementation of Avaya at Fenway Park and Fort Myers, Fla., Red Sox’ spring training facility.
XML, Web services, SOA and ESB have emerged as the
new buzzwords of enterprise application integration,
with an assist from integration technologies such as
BPM and ECM.
Annual online retail sales will grow to $172.4 billion this year, up 22 percent over $141.4 billion in 2004, according to Forrester Research.
Crystal Reports has dominated the market for
developer-oriented reporting tools for as long as
decade, but that may be about to change.
Data security is a matter of good architecture, and XML doesn’t
do anything to aggravate security problems.
Exploited software flaws cost the U.S. financial services industry more than $3 billion per year, according to the National Institute of Standards & Technology.
Doctors at the CareGroup Healthcare System were looking for a better way to
access patient information, so the Boston-area health service developed CareWeb,
an intranet system that gives physicians real-time access to patient records.
As you might expect with any emerging technology, business rules—even when implemented in tandem with a high-performance business rules management system—are anything but turnkey.
Outsourcing is not just for cutting costs anymore, according to the 2005 Global
IT Outsourcing Study from DiamondCluster. Instead, enterprises should, and
are beginning to, see it as part of an overall strategy.