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Source: DataART DataArt's software expertise spans a range of programming languages, databases, and networking systems on Windows and Unix platforms. The company has experience with C, C++, ASP, .NET (C#, ASP.NET, VB.NET), DHTML, VB, Perl/PHP, MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, COM+, XML/XSL, OC4J, Java, and J2EE. Its application expertise includes Internet/intranet data and knowledge management, e-business, content management, project management, and B2C portal technologies.     Read More...
Software Development Services
Source: Hi-Tech Export Hi-Tech Export does application development on both Windows and Linux platforms. The company has experience in developing client/server and multitier database applications as well as stand-alone desktop solutions. Hi-Tech is focused on delivering customized application software solutions for client/server platforms and the Web. Hi-Tech also takes care of more routine IT tasks like application maintenance (bug fixes, new features, etc.), testing of web-based solutions, and web publishing. Hi-Tech Export's typical services include - Client/server based software application in various platforms like Visual Basic, SQL Server, Oracle, etc. - Web application development in .NET, Java, ASP, PHP, etc. - Systems Programming in C, C++, and Perl - Migration of systems from one database system to another e.g. SQL Server to Oracle, Informix to Oracle, etc. Hi-Tech Export also provides life cycle testing of web-based applications and client/server products. It automates test runs wherever possible and uses off-the-shelf tools to reduce testing cycle time.   Read More...
The Application Server War Escalates
Written By: M. Reed Published On: June 25 2001 At JavaOne in San Francisco, a battle ensued between BEA Systems CEO Bill Coleman, and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. In a truly ugly display of how contentious the application server market has become, they argued over whose product was better, faster, cheaper. The keynote was so rife with charges and countercharges that they had to hold an after-keynote press conference to explain themselves. Read More...
Metagenix Reverse Engineers Data Into Information
Written By: M. Reed Published On: February 15 2001 Metagenix’ MetaRecon reverse engineers metadata information by examining the raw data contained in the source(s) rather than depending on the data dictionaries of the existing legacy systems (which are often incorrect). Other unique Metagenix approaches include an "open book" policy, which includes publishing product price lists on their web site and complete access to company officials, including CEO and President Greg Leman. According to Mr. Leman, "we’re pathologically honest". Read More...
Yet Another Crumby Cookie Story
Written By: D. Geller Published On: August 8 2000 Take a company with a simple and honest business model but without all of its privacy policies clearly stated and a second company which a gift for hyperbole. Mix well, bake at 350 degrees, and take out the faux cookie disaster story of the week. Serve with crow. Read More...
Dreamforce 2010: Of Cloud Proliferation - Part 2
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: January 21 2011 Part 1 of this blog series talked about my attendance of Dreamforce 2010, salesforce.com’s annual user conference, which has over the past several years become a highly anticipated and entertaining end-of-the-year fixture for enterprise applications market observers. My post concluded that while Dreamforce 2009 was mostly about continued growth of the cloud computing Read More...
Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution
Written By: Anna Mallikarjunan Published On: July 17 2009 As organizations face a pressing need to rationalize the cost of enterprise software, open source business intelligence (BI) is fast becoming a viable alternative. Learn about the current state of open source BI, with particular focus on one vendor's products. Read More...
To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIb)
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: May 29 2009 The first part (Part II) of this blog series described the opportunities for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand applications, especially in the current difficult economic milieu. Part IIa then analyzed the top five SaaS assumptions (misconceptions) recently outlined by Gartner. Before any vendor can embark onto delivering a SaaS offering, it must thoroughly consider a number of harrowing Read More...
A Spoonful of SugarCRMCase Study and Review of an Open Source CRM Solution
Written By: josh chalifour Published On: November 30 2004 SugarCRM is a rapidly growing open source CRM company with solutions that appeal to a community of enthusiastic users. This study, based on a client who selected the Sugar Sales Professional CRM solution, compares product functionality to the competition and highlights some of SugarCRM's open source business practices. Read More...
Choosing a Key Management Solution
Source: Patrick Townsend Security Solutions
The modern enterprise deploys a variety of server platforms, operating systems, and programming languages. A major barrier to deploying encryption has been the challenge of accessing encryption keys from these widely divergent environments. This paper helps define the key management needs of your enterprise, while defining the elements necessary to reduce the technical challenges and cost of deployment. Read More...
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