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The Never Ending War for Data Quality

October 28, 2009 |
One of those issues that is always a source of frustration in the enterprise is the quality of the data we spend so much time and money processing. The quest to make sure we have high quality data is
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Transforming the Management of IT

October 28, 2009 |

We�ve been talking about the convergence of systems, network, application and security management for years.

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Simplifying the Management of Online Video

October 28, 2009 |
Digital asset management has proven to be a significant challenge for any organization. There can be lot of different versions of the same video, storage costs can be substantial, and there isn't
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The IT Absurdities of Health Care Reform

October 27, 2009 |
Once in a while you come across the juxtaposition of two news stories and you can't help but be left wondering just who is minding the store these days. The first story was a report from the CBS
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Mastering Mashups in the Enterprise

October 27, 2009 |

The good news about giving end users the ability to bring disparate sets of data together inside a custom application, otherwise known as a mashup, is that it�s never been easier.

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Unpredictable Analytics and the World Series

October 27, 2009 |
There's no joy at Information Builders Inc. as the mighty predictive analytics application has struck out. Prior to the start of the baseball playoffs, one of IBI's leading lights in the area of
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Confronting the Complications of E-Commerce

October 26, 2009 |
With more retailers then ever grumbling about the cost of Payment Card Industry (PCI) security and the increased complexity associated with the IT infrastructure need to run these sites, it's become
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Living in the Post-Enterprise-Application Age

October 26, 2009 |
As enterprise software continues to evolve, you can't help but wonder if the way we have traditionally thought about enterprise application software has become obsolete. For the past 20 years or
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The 13 Scariest Enterprise Technologies for 2009

October 26, 2009 |

About this time each year, IT organizations can't help but wonder what technologies scare them the most as we prepare for Halloween.

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Hiding the I/O Bottleneck

October 23, 2009 |

The history of computing in the data center could just as easily be defined by the number of times we have shifted the I/O bottleneck between processors, memory, networks and storage as anything el

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