Yahoo

Yahoo's been a major newsmaker for its attempts to thwart a buyout by Microsoft and by cozying up to Google instead. Despite that noise, the company has been busy researching next-generation search, launching niche sites, restructuring its ad business, and basically illustrating that it has online plans beyond just a buyout. Intense antitrust scrutiny of its deal with Google has begun as it maintains its lead over Microsoft in search and online advertising. It remains to be seen whether AOL will be part of the picture.


Articles

Microsoft Ups Its Game in CRM and ERP

Microsoft's update of Dynamics CRM is designed to help companies better serve empowered consumers. It is also refreshing Dynamics ERP with improved supply chain capabilities. More >

What Do You Want from Your ERP Supplier in 2009?

In looking at the ERP value proposition from a market research perspective, functionality, market penetration, industry orientation, and partnership strategy are the keys. IT managers and staffs More >

Despite Criticism, ERP Vendors Satisfying Their Customers

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Interviews

The Best and Worst Practices for Global Enterprise Integration

Consolidation is still the primary means of simplifying the environment, says The Hackett Group.

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Monitoring Monsters: How CERN Stopped Breaking Its Big Data Analytics Tool

You may be familiar with CERN — the European Organization for Nuclear Research, which built the Large Hadron Collider and this week will make a major announcement about the "God particle." CERN’s scientists have about 200 petabytes of data collected on azion monsters. To do that, the scientists write their own code to analyze the data on ROOT.

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How Artificial Intelligence Can Simplify Integration

Robert Fox, Liaison Technologies' senior director of B2B/EAI Software Engineering, explains to IT Business Edge’s Loraine Lawson how the company’s newest release of Contivo uses artificial intelligence technology to simplify data mapping.

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SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

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Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

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