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Refining Enterprise Search Posted February 24, 2006

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Product Information Publishing; Beware the 3 ‘V’s of Velocity,Volume, and Variability Posted February 24, 2006

Part I of this series defined service-oriented architecture (SOA), laid out its benefits and challenges for early adopters and discussed general types of tools required to map an SOA plan and create, deploy and manage an SOA. Part 2 offers descriptions of more granular subcategories of tool types and describes how some major platform players approach SOA. Posted February 24, 2006

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It may seem surprising in this digital age that so many invoices arrive via the U.S. mail, and that so many insurance applications are filled out on a form attached to a clipboard. For many organizations and individual consumers, paper still brings a comfort level that digital data cannot match. But in order to make use of that data, conversion to digital form is a must. Posted February 24, 2006

One of the early goals of enterprise content management was to get all an organization’s intellectual capital into one place so that everyone would have access to it. That exercise was useful in revealing what information was already present and what was missing, and catalyzed more systematic methods of structuring and retrieving information. Posted February 24, 2006

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An SOA is a complicated, usually multiyear undertaking, so the tools required can be various indeed. Here’s a sampling of the kind of activities SOA tools need to address as well as general explanations of tool types. Posted February 01, 2006

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) mirrors the goals of knowledge management in synthesizing information from disparate sources into a meaningful view. Posted February 01, 2006

Actual opinions vary on exactly what open source means, and how broad a category it defines. At its most basic, the definition is simple: It's software for which the source code is publicly available, free of charge. Posted February 01, 2006

An avian flu pandemic could infect 90 million people in the United States and kill 2 million, according to a study released in December by the Congressional Budget Office. The economic effects could be equally devastating, with a reduction of about $675 billion in the gross domestic product. Posted February 01, 2006

Transparent access and manipulation of content in heterogeneous CM systems--it’s a bit of a pipe dream now, but hold on to your hats Posted January 01, 2006

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Traditional BI solutions have focused primarily on delivering information to decision makers whether at the executive or staff levels. Although there has been much progress in the speed, accuracy and presentation methods of delivering information to users, there has been little progress in extending true decision support functionality to the broader organizations. Posted January 01, 2006

Business process management (BPM) is proving to be a versatile and valuable solution for companies across many sectors. Its use can grow incrementally, and eventually interconnect multiple functional areas. Posted January 01, 2006

Fall is one of the most popular times to announce new automobiles. It's also vendor announcement season in the information technology (IT) business. Posted January 01, 2006

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The insurance industry made great strides more than a decade ago when it began using imaging rather than paper for its claims processing. However, as the digital age advanced and information accompanying claims became more complex, some of the early systems were no longer up to the task. Posted October 01, 2005
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