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ebizQ - Mobile Integration

Mobile Integration involves the integration into an enterprise infrastructure of mobile devices such as PDAs cell phones crack berries pagers and other mobile devices Articles in this section cover mobile standards architecture technologies vendors and p

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Demand for BPM Skills Heating Up

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Forrester looks into the IT crystal ball to see what skills will be in demand for the next big IT wave

Whos to Blame for Mobile Device Breaches

Mon, 25 Aug 2008 07:00:00 EST

Who should be held responsible for security breaches on mobile devicesand more importantly how can they be stopped

Creating Business Value with CRM Processes

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 07:00:00 EST

Customer relationship management issues can be traced to a common source ineffective business processes involving human communication Heres how to overcome them

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Identity Assertion Enabling Trust While Limiting Identity Theft Exposure

Fri, 20 Jun 2008 11:46:00 EST

As we enter the era of hyperconnectivity we must find a way to assert identity so that users and systems can maintain full control over their identity

Can the iPhone Do BI

Mon, 02 Jun 2008 07:00:00 EST

Is it possible to deliver BI on the iPhone giving executives uptotheminute corporate data the minute they need it

The Biggest Security Threat for End Users

Mon, 12 May 2008 07:00:00 EST

End users represent a significant threat to your corporate security and data Heres how to neutralize that threat

The Year of CEP

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 07:54:00 EST

Complex event processing software is powering a new generation of applications that enables companies to make faster decisions and execute more effective actions

How Does Your Organization Rate on Mobile Security Policy Enforcement

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 13:56:00 EST

The proliferation of small and inexpensive mass storage devices has led to significant security and data issues that every organization needs to confront

Manage and Secure Any Mobile Device Anywhere

Mon, 12 Nov 2007 07:00:00 EST

The greatly increased risks and vulnerabilities that come with mobile computing can be efficiently and effectively managed

Adopting SOA in RFID Deployments

Thu, 21 Jun 2007 07:00:00 EST

How the combination of RFID and SOA can provide immense business benefits to the enterprise

Feeding the InformationHungry Enterprise

Wed, 19 Jul 2006 07:00:00 EST

Sensors tags and embedded devices create the need for us to find new ways manage unprecedented volumes and disparate types of information

What Enterprises Want From Mobile Devices and Vendors

Sun, 05 Mar 2006 17:00:00 EST

IT executives should pressure and collaborate more closely with the triad of mobile solution vendors to effect the change required to deliver enterpriselevel products and capabilities

Wireless Technologies Disruptive but EnterpriseImportant

Sun, 18 Dec 2005 17:00:00 EST

Within five years RFG says wireless communications will become anintegral part of enterprise network architectures

The AlwaysAvailable Business

Sun, 25 Sep 2005 17:00:00 EST

How mobile technologies can help employees drive your competitive edge

The Convergence of WiFi and RFID

Sun, 25 Sep 2005 17:00:00 EST

RFID is now allowing end users to capitalize on existing infrastructure for wireless data networks

Realizing the Promise of RFID Part II of II

Sun, 14 Aug 2005 17:00:00 EST

From EAI Technologies insights from RFID early adopters and the future potential

Realizing the Promise of RFID Part I of II

Sun, 07 Aug 2005 17:00:00 EST

From EAI Technologies insights from RFID early adopters and a discussion of the future potential

The Future Where Web Services Meet Mobile Devices

Sun, 10 Apr 2005 17:00:00 EST

Get ready for some visionary thoughts Dave Linthicum foresees a future in which the number of applications that are delivered over wireless networks exceeds those delivered via more traditional means

ServiceOriented Architectures and RFID

Sun, 20 Mar 2005 16:00:00 EST

Over the next few years SOA will become intricately linked with RFID and will be a key part of how organizations leverage the inherent power of RFIDbased solutions says ebizQ analyst Dave Kelly

How to Benefit From the Rapidly Changing Telecom Environment

Mon, 03 Jan 2005 10:10:00 EST

CEO Robert Weinger shares how to build an efficient and costeffective telecommunications strategy

Mobile Security The Threats Countermeasures

Mon, 22 Nov 2004 12:00:00 EST

Now that many of our business dealings are conducted through various wireless portals it is important to turn our attention to mobile security cognizant that entire enterprises can be placed at risk considering that viruses and worms are now trying to attack our handheld devices Matias Impivaara of FSecure shares some of the threats we face and provides some countermeasures to deal with them

RFID Pool Inviting But Not Necessarily For Everyone

Mon, 16 Aug 2004 08:00:00 EST

RFID has come a long way and is likely to add even more value to enterprises down the road but organizations shouldnt just jump in headfirst according to the RFGs Ken Landoline He cautions that companies should first evaluate how RFID might meet their specific needs since its benefits can vary a great deal in various situations and by industry

Modernizing EDI

Mon, 02 Aug 2004 08:00:00 EST

EDI is a true survivor evolving with changing IT times to continue to meet changing enterprise needs says EXTOL Internationals Stephen Rosen He explains that the latest trends involve realtime data synching empowering endusers and EDI as part of complete enterprise views

RFID The Roles Of Standards Technology And Process ReEngineering

Sun, 18 Jul 2004 08:00:00 EST

Theyre key considerations as you mull this whitehot technology for your company and theyre spelled out for you in Part Two of this examination of RFID by Suns Manish Bhuptani and Shahram Moradpour They also address an emerging issue around this emerging technology privacy concerns

ServiceDriven Enterprises WinWin Propositions

Mon, 12 Jul 2004 08:00:00 EST

For both the business and IT sides of enterprises as explained by BEAs Mark Atherton and Peter Linkin in a recent ebizQ webinar outlined here They show how servicedriven enterprises can benefit your company helping to align the very business and IT realms they help

Why You Need To Think About RFID

Mon, 12 Jul 2004 08:00:00 EST

For starters because your competitors surely are But what exactly iisi RFID why is there so much buzz around it now and what can it do for the visibility your company has of its own supply chain ands those of its partners Suns Manish Bhuptani and Shahram Moradpour address those questions here in the first of two pieces on the whitehot technology

Back To Basics Building An Application Integration Architecture

Mon, 05 Jul 2004 08:00:00 EST

It doesnt get much more basic than that yet many companies take less than ideal approaches according to ebizQs own Beth GoldBernstein and Candle Corps Peter Rhys Jenkins in a recent ebizQ webinar highlighted here So they offer an overview and numerous suggested best practices along with a peek at ebizQs Roadmap to Integration Technology

RFID Moving Past Compliance To Real Benefits

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 08:00:00 EST

Enterprises must put forth more than minimal effort when it comes to RFID compliance In fact moving the focus beyond compliance to operational efficiency is key to realizing true enterprise value observes Tom Ryan of Aberdeen Group in this iResearch Abstracti Compliance represents a only small percentage of the total benefits for manufacturers Ryan says

The Role Of EII In SOA

Mon, 28 Jun 2004 08:00:00 EST

Enterprise Information Integration is unique unto itself but helps organizations leverage other types of integration technology according to ebizQs own Beth GoldBernstein Here she explains how offering insight on EIIs history and growing role in the integration space particularly as a catalyst for companies seeking maximum agility and reuse from SOAs

The Beginnings of IT Insight Business Activity Monitoring

Mon, 21 Jun 2004 08:00:00 EST

IT blindness can result in missed business opportunities on a large scale according to the terms creator David Luckham a Stanford professor IT guru and ebizQ columnist But Luckham notes that technology leading to IT Insight is starting to emerge solutions that could enable enterprises to seize those opportunities And he calls BAM the tip of the iceberg of that emergence

SOAs Help Companies Put Pedals To The Metal

Mon, 14 Jun 2004 09:51:00 EST

Fast agile companies often have fat bottomlines And in a recent ebizQ webinar summarized here Oracles Ashish Mohindroo explained how SOAs can help companies including yours get there especially when you steer toward BPM BAM BB and more for good measure

DemandDriven Supply Chains Wave Of The Future iAndi Present

Mon, 14 Jun 2004 09:31:00 EST

Simply put their momentum is unmistakable and perhaps unstoppable says AMR Researchs Kevin OMara in this iOutlooki report Done right they improve bottom lines and customer satisfaction So OMara takes a look at the technologies and best practices you might consider if you embrace DDSNs

WebSphere MQ Security A Common Sense Approach

Mon, 14 Jun 2004 08:00:00 EST

As important as security is many obvious steps are simply ignored by many parties even though as Candles Peter Rhys Jenkins put it in a recent ebizQ webinar outlined here The weak points are everywhere Simply everywhere METAs Chris Byrnes joined him to suggest numerous security best practices especially for WebSphere MQ

Developing An Application Integration Architecture

Mon, 31 May 2004 08:00:00 EST

It shouldnt be done haphazardly cautions ebizQs Beth GoldBernstein She says the ideal approach is to plan strategically and implement tactically But even then youre going to come upon numerous forks in the integration road and in this column GoldBernstein lays out some of the basics to bear in mind at those junctures

Grand Visions For eCommerce Require Solving IT Blindness

Mon, 24 May 2004 08:00:00 EST

IT visionary and new ebizQ columnist David Luckham observes that problems created by companies being in the dark about the impact on the business of events in their IT infrastructure may only get worse as new technologies such as RFID begin to bombard those infrastructures with levels of data never seen before But explains Luckham if we could relate events to highlevel business processes that would give us IT insight with enormous potential impact on all of eCommerce

RFID A Call To Action

Mon, 17 May 2004 08:00:00 EST

Companies slow to warm to RFID would be wise to get a plan in place right away and start down that road advises AberdeenGroup in this Perspective report Those that adopt a waitandsee attitude to try to avoid the risks inherent in such a new technology cautions Aberdeen risk being left at the starting gate and having to play catchup to keep up with demands from giants such as WalMart

RFID Middleware Opportunity Eyed By webMethods

Mon, 10 May 2004 08:00:00 EST

The emerging and potentially huge market for RFIDrelated offerings has caught the attention of webMethods which The Group says is positioning itself to be in the right position at the right time But will it pay off

Avoiding Disasters Waiting To Happen

Mon, 26 Apr 2004 08:00:00 EST

All too often asserts IT visionary and new ebizQ columnist David Luckham managers are in the dark about the impact on the business of events in the IT infrastructure Using last summers big Northeast blackout as an example Luckham dubs this phenomenon IT Blindness and points out that imanagingi in realtime is a big problem presented by the emergence of the realtime enterprise He stresses that its a problem that must be solved to head off business and other disasters and give managers a better handle on their businesses in general

Untangling The RFID Labyrinth

Mon, 19 Apr 2004 08:00:00 EST

RFID is coming on strong in several market segments and its best days are certainly still to come says the Robert France Groups Ken Landoline in this iIT Agendai report He predicts that As some of the RFID roadblocks such as high price and lack of standards are eliminated the market is likely to grow exponentially And with that growth will come mounting integration challenges

Enterprise Performance Trends Point Toward DemandDriven Supply Network

Mon, 19 Apr 2004 08:00:00 EST

And say Jill Gazzi and John Fontanella of AMR Research in this iAlert Highlighti report thats going to mean significant integration efforts Is your enterprise ready

SOAs Comes Into Their Own Finally

Mon, 19 Apr 2004 08:00:00 EST

It took two decades but SOAs are meeting with more and more acceptance in the enterprise Why that is and the many and important benefits SOAs could bring to your company were among the topics explored in a recent ebizQ webinar which we summarize here

Choosing the Right Integration Solution

Mon, 22 Mar 2004 08:00:00 EST

Navigating the maze of integration technologies can be challenging and confusing To help put you on course to the solution you need ebizQ has put together a Buyers Guide featuring a map to steer you to the right types of solutions and the vendors offering them Here ebizQs Beth GoldBernstein focuses her compass on the Guide and map and shows how it can keep you from making expensive mistakes

Will Grids Skid On Standards

Mon, 15 Mar 2004 12:00:00 EST

Depends on your vantage point says The Groups William Fellows Here he offers updates and perspective on the scrambling to come up with such standards and on other significant developments in the grid realm including roles being played or tried by Oracle Intel Sun HP BT DataSynapse and others

The Main Challenges Of RFID

Mon, 08 Mar 2004 08:00:00 EST

The potential payoffs of implementing RFIDbased systems are enormous but so are the challenges involved in those implementations according to ObjectStores Mark Palmer Here he offers insight into those challenges but explains why theyre well worth conquering

FourthParty Logistics Turning A Cost Into A Value Proposition

Mon, 01 Mar 2004 08:00:00 EST

New on the supply chain scene socalled fourthparty logistics providers are making their presence felt What are they and how might they aid your company Analyst firm Frost Sullivan takes a look

Integration Architectures Foundations For Growth

Mon, 23 Feb 2004 08:00:00 EST

To invest or not to invest In an integration architecture that is Thats Inoti even a question assert ebizQs Beth GoldBernstein and Candles Peter Rhys Jenkins in a recent ebizQ webinar The resounding answer Yes They also offer a look at ebizQs Business Integration Roadmap

RFID Integration A Key To Widespread Adoption

Mon, 09 Feb 2004 08:00:00 EST

Excitement over RFID is growing even as the economy improves presenting opportunities for technology vendors and buyers alike In this report The AlignIT Group looks at RFIDs promise examines the barriers to its uptake and explains why the prevailing issue is integration

Tracking RFID Major Move Forward

Mon, 19 Jan 2004 08:00:00 EST

The worlds fifthbiggest retailer Germanbased METRO plans a big RFID rollout this year AMRs Kara Romanow says that and WalMarts RFID push could help speed widespread adoption of the technology in many respects including getting more retailers behind the standard ePC

NarrowlyMixed June For BizEnabling Software Makers

Mon, 21 Jul 2003 00:00:00 EST

Despite the strong performance by the stock market as a whole last month shares of businessenabling software providers were fairly flat according to investment banking firm TripleTree The biggest movers in terms of enterprise valuetorevenue multiples saw them fall content management companies by fourtenthsofapoint and large platform vendors by threetenths Every other sector stayed the same or moved up or down by a tenthofapoint

Ten Critical Success Factors For The RealTime Enterprise

Mon, 23 Jun 2003 00:00:00 EST

The realtime enterprise is not a trend that companies can afford to wait out As the competition speeds up companies will need to keep up or perish So says ebizQs Vice President for Strategic Services Beth GoldBernstein With that in mind she points to ten areas companies must carefully cultivate in order to flower into a realtime enterprise

What Showers April Sun For BizEnabling Software Makers

Mon, 19 May 2003 00:00:00 EST

It was an up April for shares of businessenabling software vendors according to investment banking firm TripleTree All but the healthcare sector saw their enterprise valuetorevenue multiples rise The supply chain management and telecomm sectors were standouts and other strong gainers included customer relationship management business intelligence content management and financial services

Mostly Cool March For BusinessEnabling Software Vendors

Mon, 21 Apr 2003 00:00:00 EST

March was much the same as February for businessenabling software makers according to investment banking firm TripleTree Most saw their enterprise valuetorevenue multiples dip eversoslightly or stay the same Only security and wireless wares makers bucked the trend with their ratios rising a touch All in all says TripleTree Iraq took center stage and IT was on the backburner for stock marketeers

Simply Put Simplifying Software Saves

Mon, 07 Apr 2003 00:00:00 EST

And according to IDC Senior VP Anthony Picardi integrationrelated offerings are among the main ones that fit that bill In this IDC Viewpoint Picardi points to five segments likely to lead IT out of its current complexity crisis and in turn its economic morass

Fairly Flat February For Software Maker Valuations

Mon, 17 Mar 2003 00:00:00 EST

Businessenabling software providers had a somewhat dreary February according to investment banking company TripleTree Most enterprise valuetorevenue multiples in the space inched down or stayed the same Here we present an indepth review and analysis by TripleTree of Februarys trends including a look at the building momentum surrounding offshore services and development as IT firms seek to leverage global resources

RoleBased Integration Rises In Importance

Mon, 24 Feb 2003 00:00:00 EST

Dont look now but rolebased integration could just be the next hot trend in the integration space And while the benefits for your company could be substantial they wont necessarily come easily In this column ebizQ Vice President for Strategic Services Beth GoldBernstein explains what rolebased integration is tells how it could help and outlines what your company could do to prepare to usher it in

Software Vendors Mark Time To Start

Tue, 18 Feb 2003 00:00:00 EST

Businessenabling software providers began the year with a narrowly mixed month according to investment banking company TripleTree Most saw their enterprise valuetorevenue multiples move up or down by only one or two tenths of a point or stay the same Noteworthy exceptions included the business intelligence apps sector whose ratio rose fourtenths of a point ERP which went up threetenths and financial services which dropped by sixtenths The integration software space stayed steady Here we present TripleTrees indepth review and analysis of Januarys trends

December A Mixed Month For Software Companies

Mon, 20 Jan 2003 00:00:00 EST

Businessenabling software providers tended to see their enterprise valuetorevenue multiples drift lower with the exception being integration apps vendors whose ratio rose a bit But SCM CRM ERP procurement business intelligence and systems and content management companies slipped and the security sector sagged badly Wireless software providers and software and portal development apps vendors stayed where theyd been In this report investment banking firm TripleTree offers indepth analysis of the month and a look back at as a whole

The Possibilities of Wireless Healthcare

Mon, 13 Jan 2003 00:00:00 EST

What do healthcare organizations stand to gain from wireless technologies Considerable improvements in efficiency revenue generation and patient care to name a few benefits This white paper from AirWeb describes the numerous opportunities that wireless access to critical data and applications provides healthcare professionals

Wireless Applications A Natural Evolution

Mon, 04 Nov 2002 00:00:00 EST

The Wireless Application Protocol enables organizations to provide access to their enterprise applications from Webenabled cell phones Here Arnie Phatak of Syntel offers advice on how to approach wireless application development and integration and he profiles one of the first wireless enterprise applications

Tapping the Power of the Mobile Enterprise A StepbyStep Guide to Successful Handheld Integration

Sun, 20 Oct 2002 00:00:00 EST

You may not be ready to embrace the idea of mobile access to your enterprise applications but its very likely that your employees are already using some form of mobile devices to do their work Extended Systems can guide you in developing a strategy for incorporating wireless technologies safely and successfully into your enterprise with its fourstage approach to mobile adoption

The Coming of the Personalised Mobile User Interface

Mon, 07 Oct 2002 00:00:00 EST

Manufacturers of handheld wireless devices are finding new ways to expand the size and feature set of wireless handset displays which in turn will expand the realm of applications and information that users can view on their wireless devices This white paper excerpt from G Lab offers predictions on the future look and utility of the mobile user interface

Achieving Mobile eBusiness Success

Sun, 29 Sep 2002 00:00:00 EST

The use of mobile technologies is increasing at a rapid clip and the underlying landscape of mobile technologies is changing just as fast This excerpt from Computer Associates white paper Enabling Mobile eBusiness Success lays out the key technologies and the core requirements for future mobile ebusiness solutions

An Introduction to Mobile Internet Services

Mon, 09 Sep 2002 00:00:00 EST

This article an excerpt from a Mobile Streams Ltd white paper offers an overview of some of the key standards used in sending data over wireless networks with a focus on the advantages and challenges of the Wireless Application Protocol WAP

Business on the Move Empowering Your Mobile Workers

Mon, 22 Jul 2002 00:00:00 EST

Professional services organizations such as IT consulting and tech support businesses depend increasingly on a mobile workforce And that workforce requires mobile access to business data and applications Here Lori Ellsworth of Changepoint Corp explains the steps for implementing a mobile strategy for your professional services enterprise

Mobile Networking All Data Is Not Equal

Sun, 23 Jun 2002 00:00:00 EST

Because some data and applications cannot afford to be delayed by slow or inconsistent wireless connections IT managers should consider using a prioritybased system for mobile networks argues Kelly Ungs of Intermec Technologies In this paper he explains the benefits and components of such a system

You iCani Take It With You Business Applications of Personal Wireless Devices

Sat, 08 Jun 2002 00:00:00 EST

Most cell phones purchased today not only can send and receive email but can also browse the Web play MP music files and keep track of appointments In this paper Mike Ellsworth of Stratvantage Consulting looks at the evolving mobile technologies and trends and offers advice on how businesses can take advantage of wireless opportunities

SIP Enhanced Mobile Network Services

Mon, 03 Jun 2002 00:00:00 EST

Mobile technologies are changing quickly allowing more sophisticated types of data transmission This paper from Ubiquity Software explains how an IETF specification the Session Initiation Protocol SIP is enabling mobile transmission of voice and data applications for nextgeneration wireless networks

Enhancing VPN Security with Digital Certificates

Mon, 13 May 2002 00:00:00 EST

Many organizations have turned to VPNsvirtual private networksto secure their communication lines between branch offices and remote employees and partners But while VPNs provide basic encryption additional strong authentication is needed argues Alison Benson of Baltimore Technologies Here she explains how digital certificates improve VPN security

Konica Business Technologies XMLEnables Its Legacy Dispatch System

Mon, 25 Mar 2002 00:00:00 EST

Providing remote access to legacy mainframe systems isnt a simple undertaking Heres how one manufacturer of digital imaging equipment approached the challenge

Extending Your Business Across Multiple Channels

Mon, 04 Mar 2002 00:00:00 EST

Employees and customers are using more than just the Web browser and email to communicate with ebusiness systems these days Now you may be asked to add support for everything from wireless PDAs to pagers to voice In this article Gene Willingham of Cysive explains whats involved in adding multichannel support

Mobile Datas Effect on Business Productivity and Response Times

Mon, 25 Feb 2002 00:00:00 EST

Mobile commerce is expected to be the next major trend in ebusiness But managing mobile data requires more savvy than just trying to rewrite a Web site for wireless access David Rippetoe of Retrieval Dynamics explains the opportunities in the wireless data market and the key questions companies must ask before implementing wireless access

Home Repair Firm Streamlines Service with Wireless

Sun, 16 Dec 2001 13:44:00 EST

Home Finishes an emergency home maintenance company needed to upgrade its customer field service operations from traditional phone and fax communications to a wireless network for instant access to backoffice ERP and CRM systems Xoras Steve Peck explains how and why Home Finishes made the leap to wireless

Banking on Zurich Softwireds JMSMobile Connection

Sun, 16 Dec 2001 10:45:00 EST

Zurich is more than banking gnomes and milk chocolate The city is the headquarters of Softwired an aggressive young player in the JMS and mobile spaces

Wireless and Mobile Business Healthcare Industry Risk

Mon, 05 Nov 2001 00:00:00 EST

Healthcare is one of the industries likely to benefit most from wireless technology The ability to input or retrieve data via handheld devices could reduce prescription errors cut down on timeconsuming paperwork and speed visiting nurses access to critical patient data This paper by Niraj Jetly of Breakaway Solutions presents healthcares challenges and explains how wireless can help

Whats Up with WAP XMLSolutions John Evdemon on the Wireless Access Protocol

Mon, 26 Feb 2001 00:00:00 EST

The market for mobile Internet access continues to heat up as does the debate over which wireless standard is the best choice for mobile data and application access The dominant standard in the US today is the Wireless Access Protocol WAP but competition from other approaches and standards threatens that dominance In this feature XMLSolutions John Evdemon explains why he believes WAP will continue to be the leader in the US