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Web 2.0: “Code Free” Siebel Web Service Integration
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DESIGN A WEB SITE: Web 2.0: “Code Free” Siebel Web Service Integration Web 2.0: “Code Free” Siebel Web Service Integration Source: Green Beacon Solutions Document Type: White Paper Description: One of the most challenging areas in any Siebel implementation has traditionally been setting up and maintaining interfaces between Siebel and other back-end systems. However, it is now possible to create a real-time web service interface to other applications from Siebel 7.8 or 8.0, without writing a single line of code. Web
3/22/2007 1:46:00 PM

“Whistler” Beta on the Web?
Source code for a future Microsoft OS, code-named “Whistler”, mysteriously appeared on the Internet in mid-March. How did it get there? Does it matter? And why does Microsoft management keep making statements that are later retracted?

DESIGN A WEB SITE: “Whistler” Beta on the Web? “Whistler” Beta on the Web? R. Krause - April 14, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [3/23/00] For the second time in approximately a month, a senior Microsoft executive has publicly reversed himself, or been reversed by HQ, before the ink was dry . In February, it was Chief Software Architect Bill Gates. (Refer to TEC News Analysis Microsoft says: Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Glasses for the earlier instance.) This time, it was Jim Allchin, the vice
4/14/2000

The Mobile Web Site Kit
Companies have had the capability to design and develop mobile Web sites for quite some time. But until recently they've struggled to convince clients and prospects that there’s a market out there. Now that mobile has made its way onto the mainstream, many companies are still asking themselves whether it’s right for them. This white paper aims to help Web site owners make that decision.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: had the capability to design and develop mobile Web sites for quite some time. But until recently they ve struggled to convince clients and prospects that there’s a market out there. Now that mobile has made its way onto the mainstream, many companies are still asking themselves whether it’s right for them. This white paper aims to help Web site owners make that decision. The Mobile Web Site Kit style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Site Development and Manage
6/3/2010 7:09:00 AM

Driving Your Web Site to Success
Thousands of new Web sites appear every day. Many of them, however, are destined to have limited impact on the businesses they represent. Yet there are businesses with Web sites that have transformed their operations by additional lead generation, customer satisfaction, or online sales. How can you differentiate your Web site and ensure it brings you a solid return on investment—and boosts your sales? Find out more.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: Deployment,   Web Site Design,   E-commerce,   Business-to-Business Web Sales,   Business-to-Consumer Web Sales Source: bwired Learn more about bwired Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Payroll Services Checklist Analyst Reports: Pricing and Requirements Profile Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Your Needs Buyer’s Guide: Managed Hosting Services Viewpoint Construction Software Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligenc
5/22/2009 8:23:00 AM

Great Expectations: What Users Want from the Mobile Web Experience
The combination of more sophisticated devices, more powerful browsers, and superior connectivity have elevated end-user expectations for the mobile Web. This white paper examines performance statistics and research gleaned from four key verticals: search, retail, banking, and airline. These high-impact, high-traffic areas expose crucial insights on the relationship between mobile Web performance and market leadership.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: Great Expectations: What Users Want from the Mobile Web Experience Great Expectations: What Users Want from the Mobile Web Experience Source: Gomez Document Type: White Paper Description: The combination of more sophisticated devices, more powerful browsers, and superior connectivity have elevated end-user expectations for the mobile Web. This white paper examines performance statistics and research gleaned from four key verticals: search, retail, banking, and airline. These high-impact, high-traffic
9/23/2010 2:58:00 PM

SAP and HP on the Web Together
SAP AG and Hewlett-Packard have aligned their internet and e-services strategy.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: SAP and HP on the Web Together SAP and HP on the Web Together A. Turner - January 7, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Hewlett-Packard has announced it is using mySAP.com as a key component for its world-wide internal operations. mySAP.com is an Internet portal which connects thousands of SAP customers to each other. HP s implementation, will allow the development of a common backbone linking employees, customers and partners. The announcement builds on a 10-year HP and SAP relationship that has led to
1/7/2000

A Look at the Debate Surrounding Ownership of your Corporate Web Site: Whose Site Is It Anyway?
The Web has become a vast potential business asset for many companies today. But while business users have the vision, it’s the IT department that actually creates and deploys the Web application. This often raises the question of Web site ownership. Empowering both parties with the right tools to match their respective skills can help address this question—and many others—for businesses in this confusing situation.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: A Look at the Debate Surrounding Ownership of your Corporate Web Site: Whose Site Is It Anyway? A Look at the Debate Surrounding Ownership of your Corporate Web Site: Whose Site Is It Anyway? Source: Alterian Document Type: White Paper Description: The Web has become a vast potential business asset for many companies today. But while business users have the vision, it’s the IT department that actually creates and deploys the Web application. This often raises the question of Web site ownership.
6/26/2007 2:03:00 PM

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA ForaysPart Four: SOA and Web Services
The battle for the dominance in service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services has nonetheless so far largely been a war of words without the clear winner yet (and not any time soon), as many underlying Internet-based standards have emerged only recently.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: thus offers a promising design approach for making large IT systems more flexible and cost-effective. Namely, a plethora of extended-ERP applications, designed to work in conjunction with the core ERP and back-office systems, create a greater need for application and data integration. Any application must be able to communicate with external applications fairly easily. Since a great deal of the cost of implementation is often due to integration, extensibility has significant implications on cost and
3/17/2005

Commerce One Meets GM: Web Now Has A Really Big Parts Department
General Motors will use Commerce One's E-commerce systems to build a global purchasing marketplace for its buyers and suppliers.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: Commerce One Meets GM: Web Now Has A Really Big Parts Department Commerce One Meets GM: Web Now Has A Really Big Parts Department D. Geller - November 10, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Commerce One (NYSE: CMRC) and General Motors announced an Internet enterprise that will bring GM s purchasing expertise to a marketplace consisting of GM s suppliers and dealers and of other businesses. The new venture, dubbed GM MarketSite, is expected to begin operation in the first quarter of the year 2000. GM
11/10/1999

Using Web Technology for Competitive Advantage
A typical manufacturing business today is faced with countless business challenges: domestic and global competition; high sensitivity to economic cycles; rising labor, materials and energy costs to name just a few. To combat today’s challenges manufacturers can easily and affordably leverage the web for internal efficiency gains, enhanced customer service, and increased sales.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: Using Web Technology for Competitive Advantage Using Web Technology for Competitive Advantage Source: Bowen and Groves Document Type: White Paper Description: A typical manufacturing business today is faced with countless business challenges: domestic and global competition; high sensitivity to economic cycles; rising labor, materials and energy costs to name just a few. To combat today’s challenges manufacturers can easily and affordably leverage the web for internal efficiency gains, enhanced customer
9/7/2006 4:42:00 PM

What’s in a Name?
Hewlett-Packard, following a path recently trod by IBM, has decided to maintain a single 'e-PC' product name, eliminating the e-Vectra and e-Brio names.

DESIGN A WEB SITE: HP has spent considerable design effort to put a competitive unit into a form factor smaller than anyone else s, and has succeeded. The e-Vectra uses about 37.5 square inches of desk space; as a comparison, a typical mouse pad uses 72 square inches, and Compaq s iPAQ needs 67. Despite its small size the e-Vectra has pretty much the same feature set as the iPAQ. User Recommendations The e-Vectra is a good competitor to Compaq s iPAQ. The e-Vectra is significantly smaller than the iPAQ - about one-third of
10/23/2000


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