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Adaptive Discovery Enables Composite Applications with Real-time Agility
Business process management (BPM) provides adaptability and agility to service-oriented architecture (SOA). The central nervous system in the architecture, it orchestrates the services provided by different applications that excel at what they do. And the more powerful the BPM solution used to manage these processes, the easier and more cost-effective it will be to adapt to unique business requirements.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: architecture (SOA). The central nervous system in the architecture, it orchestrates the services provided by different applications that excel at what they do. And the more powerful the BPM solution used to manage these processes, the easier and more cost-effective it will be to adapt to unique business requirements. Adaptive Discovery Enables Composite Applications with Real-time Agility style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Service Oriented Architecture (SOA),
1/17/2007 10:57:00 AM

IBM’s Big Data Strategy: Will the “Big Blue” Become the “Big Data” Company? » The TEC Blog
data initiatives into the nervous system of an organization. While in the race for the big data market most vendors are racing for speed and power, IBM’s strategy is also centered in providing access to big data sources from different fronts and in multiple ways, such as the company’s offering of an integrated enterprise-ready Hadoop distribution, with a new architecture around Hadoop integrated within its data management products such as InfoSphere BigInsights and InfoSphere Streams. These solutions

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22-04-2013

Virtual Interview Software: Under the Hood with InterviewIQ » The TEC Blog
(at first) a little nervous about the process I was about to go through. I started my virtual interview by answering a few simple questions (providing my name, e-mail address, etc.). The system then prompted me to dial-in and provide a unique code that would launch me into the interview. Thus, simultaneously, I was on the phone, answering the same questions that came up on my screen. The software allowed me to delete and change my responses to questions as many times as I needed to, if I wasn’t

NERVOUS SYSTEM: HireIQ, hr, interviewing, recruitment, staffing, talent management, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
17-02-2012

AMD Earnings Beat the Street! Intel Earnings Beat the Street?
Both Intel and AMD announced earnings that handily beat Wall Street estimates – on the surface. Do the numbers symbolize a new trend in the CPU market?

NERVOUS SYSTEM: get Intel a little nervous, if they aren t already. In addition, rumors have surfaced regarding Dell Computer considering adding AMD chips (most likely Spitfire, a Celeron competitor, refer to TEC News Analysis Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume? ). If that isn t enough to give Intel CEO Craig Barrett the heebie-jeebies, then maybe nothing will. As we have mentioned in the past, one place where Intel is still the only game in town is PC servers - they aren t called
5/4/2000

Hitting the Moving Target of Operational Excellence
Hitting the Moving Target of Operational Excellence: Identifying and Obtaining the Information Needed for Continued Success. Find Free Plan and Other Solutions to Define Your Systems Implementation In Relation To Operational Excellence. Accessing the right information is a crucial step in achieving operational excellence. But companies can examine performance in so many ways—and deliver that information through so many platforms—that it’s hard to know where to begin. Learn how your company can move toward operational excellence, following the three key steps of internal assessment, competitive benchmarking, and resource prioritization and acquisition.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: as the corporate central nervous system, facilitating communications, supporting business activities, and serving as the shared institutional information source in midsize firms. As Figure 1 shows, smaller firms tend to have simpler network environments, in keeping with their more modest needs, although those needs are increasing. Small businesses typically don t have server-based LANs until they grow to 20 employees, and even then, they average only between two and four servers per company. In contrast,
1/29/2009 10:44:00 AM

Customer Relationship Management and Social Networks—They re Related How, Again?
No company today can afford to ignore the value of its customers' natural social networking behavior. The advantages that these social networks can bring to a company's customer relationship management platform are powerful tools that can ultimately improve its products.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: for work because you re nervous about what you re saying or how you re saying it, and you trust that person s judgment on these things? These people are the departmental mommies or daddies. You and I both know that they not only exist, but that they are necessary parts of the social structure of a company. Outside the company, is there someone who organizes your neighborhood block parties, even if you don t have an association around to do it? Or someone whom others trust to take care of x, y, or z
5/28/2007

The “Case-by-case Syndrome”: How to Make Sure Your New Business Processes Don’t Lead to a Nasty Case of Exception Management
Have you ever shelved a business process because it was getting too complex? Or because you felt like you were dealing with an “exceptional” situation? According to TEC analyst Jorge García, you may be suffering from “case-by-case” syndrome—and it’s holding your business back. Read this article to find out why business processes are so important, and how to build them the right way.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: processes act like the nervous system of a company. Involving heavy use of data and serious human collaboration at various levels, a business process is an internal vertical line of command that has extensive interaction within external resources. Besides the degree of interaction required, the complexity of the decision trees and exceptions can drag a process to an “analysis paralysis” situation—a point of inaction where it seems preferable to avoid engaging in creating a process that might be too
6/29/2012 12:36:00 PM

3 Big Trends in Data Visualization » The TEC Blog
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15-12-2011

Employee Training in a Recession
Organizations reassessing their staffing levels are both reducing headcount and cutting employee-related expenses, even if training can provide long-term benefits. This article discusses the increased importance, benefits, and risks of employee training in a recession with respect to enterprise systems.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: hardly tantamount to reassuring nervous employees about their employment futures, training can send a strong message to attendees: the organization wants you to develop your skills. And the message becomes despite current economic challenges, we are committed to growing our employees skills and abilities. This attitude may reduce the likelihood of voluntary employee attrition. Types of Classes: Public versus Private Once the organization has decided to move forward with training, it has a fundamental
5/27/2009

New Possibilities In Retail Technologies for Small to Mid-Size Retailers: Leveraging Total Retail Solutions Based on Collective Retail Intelligence
New Possibilities In Retail Technologies for Small to Mid-Size Retailers: Leveraging Total Retail Solutions Based on Collective Retail Intelligence Most retailers can no longer compete on price alone; however, integrated retail solutions built on Microsoft SQL, and OPOS and ART Data Model standards offer a competitive advantage. They support holistic systems that integrate point of sale, enterprise, and even warehouse management functions, to deliver better service to customers.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: in light of a nervous post-9/11 retail economy. With weakened and unpredictable cash flow, it became crucial for them to maximize their use of older technology before taking steps to upgrade it. Earlier release POS systems were very much a focus, as their rudimentary inventory management capabilities were a helpful piece of controlling costs. Now into the last half of the 2000s, the retail climate has become a bit healthier, if still fraught with unknowns, and retailers are cautiously looking towards
5/11/2006 12:38:00 PM

HighJump Grows in a Period of Low Growth Through Adaptable, Broad Function ProductsPart Four: Challenges and User Recommendations
The competition is becoming relentless given a slew of WMS vendors delivering sophisticated collaboration, visibility, and SCEM functionality. Further many of them are also consistently profitable and have more visibility and mindshare.

NERVOUS SYSTEM: an increasing concern with nervous decision-making users. With over $30 million in revenues, and with a strong balance sheet and enviable customer and partners lists, HighJump may thus be part of predatory aspirations of much bigger vendors. It would not be too far-fetched to see the likes of PeopleSoft offer to HighJump an offer that would be hard to refuse , but which would still be regarded a small change out of their existing cash coffers and given much more promising benefits from the acquisition.
4/17/2003


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