In-Depth Features

Real Time Is the Right Time

Evolving business demands and ever-more capable technology are conspiring to rewrite the once-straightforward definitions that used to describe data warehousing.

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.

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.

App Integration Reflects a New Ideal

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.

Don’t Let Your Applications Get You Down

Exploited software flaws cost the U.S. financial services industry more than $3 billion per year, according to the National Institute of Standards & Technology.

Reliable Messaging in a Services Network

Intermediation-based, networking-centric approaches enable your SOA to work seamlessly in support of the most sophisticated enterprise applications.

Search Engines Look for Answers Inside the Enterprise

Although Google and other Internet search engines have shaped the expectations of end users, enterprise search is harder to pull off.

Goods for the Last Drop of Data

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.