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Internationalization Report: Unicode-enabling Java Web Applications

Java is well suited to internationalization because of its native Unicode character support and robust locale-specific functionality. But there are steps that need to be taken to enable Unicode support in a Java Web application, and these steps are dependent on the components being used (database, application server, etc.). This document describes the steps to be taken to set up a Java Web application to use Unicode. Read More

Azure Machine Learning Is Ready for Tire-kicking

Microsoft recently announced general availability of Azure Machine Learning. This advanced analytics service allows developers and data scientists to build and deploy data-driven app quickly. Read More

CPortals Technologies Aims for the Middle

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  • Written By: M. Reed
  • Published: July 10 2000
CPortals Technologies has based their CPortals Integration Suite on the InteBroker product on the assumptions that businesses, particularly in the e-commerce space, will have to re-invent themselves regularly, and that reducing complexity in the solution is a key to success. InteBroker is designed to provide message brokering via publish/subscribe and store & forward messaging technologies. Read More

Informatica Goes Multinational With Support for Unicode

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  • Written By: M. Reed
  • Published: March 15 2000
Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq: INFA) announced products that enable resellers and distributors around the world to convert Informatica software to any major language for resale in their local markets. Read More

Teradata 15—Scalable, Integrated, and Connected

Whereas release 14 of the Teradata Database meant a step forward in terms of improving performance, efficiency, and manageability, release 15 brings improvements to many functional features, such as enabling the database to scale in many directions.

Extending the database’s number of data types as well as reinforcing its application and information integration capabilities, Teradata has taken important steps to enable its database to fit better within an integrated data ecosystem, one... Read More

Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution

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

Infor24: Demystifying Infor’s Cloud Strategy - Part 1

Anyone that is still vociferously doubting and denying the future of cloud computing and its near-mainstream nature will sound as strange and nutty as some US Senate hopefuls that still proudly deny evolution and climate change (while admitting to “dabbling with witchcraft” in the not-too-distant past). In fact, can anyone name a renowned enterprise resource planning (ERP Read More

A Spoonful of SugarCRMCase Study and Review of an Open Source CRM Solution

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

KronosWorks 2010: Of Next-Gen User Experience & Workforce Mobility

Given our shared presence in the Boston metro area, I’ve had numerous contacts and interactions with Kronos Incorporated in the past, but this fall was my very first attendance of the vendor’s annual user conference: KronosWorks 2010. That attendance was a worthwhile use of my time and a great learning experience about the company and its customers. As some background, here is Ventana Research’s Read More

Managed Hosting in Europe: A Review of the Managed Hosting Market and Suppliers in Europe

The increasing use of virtualization allowed managed hosting providers to reduce costs by sharing infrastructure between customers, creating the earliest versions of what is now known as cloud computing. Platforms managed by specialists provide higher service levels, greater ease of secure access, and more manageable costs than many companies can achieve internally. Discover more about Europe’s managed hosting market. Read More