Knowledge Network Documents for August 17 - 21, 2009

Patrick Avery

Here are the documents uploaded to the Knowledge Network between August 17 and 21.


Business Intelligence For Dummies Excerpt

This book takes you step by step through the technologies so you can choose the right one and implement a successful BI environment. You'll see how the applications and technologies work together to access, analyze and present data that you can use to make better decisions about your products, customers and competitors. The book also helps readers understand the principles and practical elements of BI; determine business needs; compare different approaches to BI; build a solid BI architecture and roadmap; and design, develop, and deploy a BI plan.


The Hackett Group's IT Metric of the Month - August 2009

The Hackett Group's August Metric of the Month focuses on service-oriented architecture adoption levels.


MX Logic Threat Forecast August 2009

Recent and potential e-mail and Web threats are explored in MX Logic's Threat Forecast for the month of August. This month's verdict: spam as a percentage of overall mail has reached its highest point ever, currently accounting for 94.6 percent of all e-mail.


"Agile Project Management" Excerpt

Author Jim Highsmith integrates project management, product management and software development practices into his latest book.


All A Twitter Excerpt

Author Tee Morris' book "All A Twitter" covers the spectrum of the Twitter social networking and micro-blogging service. This excerpt specifically discusses how you can run and promote your business with Twitter.


Project Status Template

Serving as a checklist, this project management tool lists the items companies should include in a status report: top problems/issues, accomplishments, schedule status, budget/labor hour status, deliverables status, project risks and project level action items.


Understanding Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

This research guide discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using VoIP services, focusing primarily on security issues that may affect those who are new to VoIP.


Building Facebook Applications For Dummies

This book helps you create applications to reach Facebook's huge audience, so you can enlarge your list of friends, introduce people to your product or service, or network with other business professionals.

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