Business automation robotics and business process management
- August 28, 2007
When it comes to deploying applications via SaaS, IT is still behind the curve. What's preventing IT from getting control over the programs business units want?
- July 24, 2007
The $1.6 billion purchase of Opsware legitimizes HP in its quest for the Holy Grail of network management.
- July 17, 2007
Business process success depends on much more than just technology. In his latest column, James Champy explains why CIOs need to ensure executives are actively involved when it comes to business process decisions.
- July 03, 2007
Experts agree that business process management (BPM) is a good practice, but say it can be tough to make happen if the people within your organization are more data-focused than process-focused.
- April 24, 2007
Google Inc. has added a PowerPoint alternative to its suite of Web-based office productivity tools. Will SMBs toss out Microsoft Office?
- March 27, 2007
A new study found CIOs want Web 2.0 technology, but they're a little insecure about getting it from emerging specialized vendors.
- March 01, 2007
Great innovation often fails because of poor execution. But experts say BPM may be the key to staying the course.
- February 28, 2007
Call it BPM, corporate performance management or enterprise performance management. Whatever the name, it's a technology strategy every CIO should be using.
- February 14, 2007
Does your Web site have a pulse? If it doesn't, your business is probably fading fast, too. There are ways to revive it, but you've got to know the signs.
- January 04, 2007
What's in store for SMBs over the next year? Analysts weigh in with their thoughts on how security, disaster recovery, application availability and more will affect SMBs in 2007.
- October 05, 2006
Big Blue executives announce new services fabric and SOA registry/repository for WebSphere, along with new BPM offerings.
- September 28, 2006
SOA and BPM offer similar benefits to an IT organization -- streamlined processes, quicker response to changing business requirements and increased return on investment. So how can these two work in harmony to achieve additional benefits for an IT ...
- August 30, 2006
A research group claims attackers could launch malicious code using a flaw in the way Internet Explorer instantiates certain COM objects' ActiveX controls.
- August 11, 2006
Big Blue will get deeper into enterprise content management with its latest acquisition.
- July 31, 2006
The open source group has issued new versions of Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey to fix 13 software security flaws, eight of which have been deemed critical.