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November 4, 2011 by

Enterprises not warming up to UTM

Businesses perceive unified threat management tools to be incompetent and insufficient in addressing security threats, IT security vendor says, while pointing to lack of understanding of UTM's benefits.

September 24, 2009 by

Creating a unified model for enterprise mashups

I’ve written here over the years about software mashups; simple combinations of pieces of the Web that are rearranged into new useful forms. I've even called the approach a key to the future of software development. While mashups in the enterprise have been reasonably successful up until now, there have been challenges in enabling the same level of wide use and benefits that are currently evident on the open Web.The new Open Mashup Alliance and EMML will create a unified model for mashup development. i explore the details and implications of how OMA and EMML work.

April 7, 2009 by

HCM SaaS provider Workday's advanced architecture brings cloud business agility benefits to enterprises now

By using a unified SaaS service as a way to achieve integration across many far-flung services and processes, the so-called "cloud of clouds" principle can be achieved early. This drives down complexity and cost. It allows enterprises to exploit cloud productivity benefits without building a cloud, and to integrate via cloud advancements without mastering cloud-level integrations.

May 1, 2007 by

Case study touts .NET development for IBM portal server deployment

Such economics will be compelling not only to the financial sector as it seeks larger, unified, lower-TCO datacenter consolidation. It will also appeal to those seeking a practical approach to SOA -- build your services as you wish, or migrate the older ones, and host them in the best fashion for cost, scale, maintenance, and governance. Hosting organizations, ever wary of costs and energy use, can appeal to the widest base of applications and users while unifying or virtualizing their serving and data environments. The .NET to portlets cross-compilation benefits also aids in migration and coexistence exercises.

January 16, 2002 by

Unified messaging promotes effective management

Unified messaging has produced many measurable benefits for employees of Los Angeles law firm Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP, but the unsung beneficiaries of the technology may well be its management team and accompanying business processes.By implementing Captaris CallXPress unified messaging technology and deploying about 800 RIM 957 BlackBerry wireless handheld devices to its attorneys, the firm's management of its employees has become more effective.


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