Companies in industries that were handcuffed with only syndicated data have discoverd reservoirs of data within their own organizations, but are struggling with how to extract and use it. Business Intelligence systems that recognize and prioritize critical data can give companies the competitive edge they crave in their race against time.
Web-enabling a data warehouse has a seductive lure. In this article, David Cook explores the strategic challenges that face businesses and navigates through integration, analysis, structuring and reporting to reach the next level of data retrieval.
Beyond the Relational Database
After processing has been completed, it has been estimated that 30-40 percent of help desk problems concern output management. The issues, challenges and - most importantly - the solutions are addressed in thi article.
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The Web is driving OLTP to ever-higher demands for performance and scalability, so when the time comes to re-evaluate enterprise architecture, exploring a new database alternative can be truly rewarding.
The trend toward greater local and remote interconnectedness is driving the development of more sophisticated security and management solutions. Doing some home-work can really pay off when finding a security solution that falls under one easy-to-use, flexible management umbrella.
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How to Trust, and Verify, Y2K Work
While some IT professionals still view data mining as low priority within their day-to-day network operations; more and more, the software tools used in business technology management are borrowing from data mining methods to become more intelligent.
In the conclusion of this two-part article, tips and techniques of software defect investigation and resolution are discussed.
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With a new crop of graduates with component-based training and Java's recent explosion on the the programming scene, object-oriented and component-based systems are rapidly becoming a reality. And for organizations supported by S/390 business servers, this presents a challenge.