The Rule of Thirds

Archive for January, 2008

Writing ‘Green IT’ at the top of the business agenda

Posted by pridham on January 31, 2008

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How to Use Six Sigma to Complement ITIL v3

Posted by pridham on January 31, 2008

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Ribbit-Web embedded Telephony

Posted by pridham on January 31, 2008

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49 New Accelerate solutions

Posted by pridham on January 31, 2008

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Oracle Business Process Analysis Suite

Posted by pridham on January 27, 2008

Oracle have partnered with Scheer to povide ARIS as part of their BPM offering here.

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Integrating Oracle BI Enterprise Edition Plus with SOA

Posted by pridham on January 26, 2008

Oracle article by Mark Rittman and Joel Crisp

Extract:

As you are most likely aware by now, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a design approach that allows developers to construct business applications and business processes out of loosely coupled, independent services provided by distributed applications. By basing your application infrastructure on SOA-enabled products such as Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle JDeveloper, and Oracle Database 11g, you’ll be able to develop applications that reuse existing functionality within your organization, adapt easily to changing business priorities, and present users with compelling, Web 2.0–style interfaces built using a framework of events, services, business rules, and application logic.

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Oracle buys BEA

Posted by pridham on January 17, 2008

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Oracle to Buy BEA for $8.5 Billion

Posted by pridham on January 16, 2008

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