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Reducing Operational Risk of IT Service in Finance
An overview for CIOs of the provision and management of IT services at a level that addresses the risk management issues raised by the Basel Committee's New

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Team With Business Management to Drive Out IT Cost
IT complexity drives cost and to a great extent, it is business management that drives IT complexity. Until IT architecture and infrastructure are simplified

examples of failed information technology projects  their needs some consideration. Examples of Maximizing Enterprise Value   In practice such a program will limit the rate of complexity increase to the extent that enterprise value can be maximized. Enterprise value, being measured in terms of contribution to the bottom line now and in the future, therefore includes an agility factor. This is what leads IT Architects to focus solutions on adaptable platforms and virtual integration rather than on single systems. Let's look at two extremes. One company is Read More
Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Your Needs
A failed software implementation can cost companies millions in wasted time and money. To ensure your software selection project isn’t a sorry statistic, use

examples of failed information technology projects  These are just some examples global averages are often difficult to accurately determine due to companies' reluctance to publicize failed projects. Or maybe you've already come across the startling statistic that two thirds of software selection projects are unlikely to deliver a successful outcome. Is the success of a software selection and implementation project really nothing more than a happy accident, and almost completely beyond your ability to control it? Why is the rate of failure so high? One Read More
The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 1
As the era of traditional telephony draws to a close, the doors to the next generation in communications open. Chapter 1 of this 4-part e-book discusses

examples of failed information technology projects  shown in the two examples that follow—one is an example of a packet voice infrastructure at a county school system and the other is a PC-based application at a global consulting firm. IPT at Paulding County Schools: A Formula for Success Paulding County School District in Paulding County Georgia has implemented a school system-wide VoIP setup with an IPT emphasis incorporating almost 600 phones and completely replacing their older PBX and CENTREX service and the entire physical infrastructure in all Read More
Should interBiz Mean Intelligence And Prediction Beyond ERP? - Part 2: Challenges and Market Impact
InterBiz remains one of the most widely used of the upper-mid-range ERP vendors. It has done much to rejuvenate its acquired enterprise applications arsenal

examples of failed information technology projects  , Ross Systems are examples of companies where this strategy has failed: all have had to resort to divestiture and to a focus on core competencies. While the announced premium service plans certainly give customers peace of mind and raise the bar for competitors' service & support value propositions, interBiz should consider making some bold decisions on the level of integration of the applications, possibly with a plan for developing a cross-application backbone (foundation set of common components). Read More
Infor’s Acquisition of PeopleAnswers Foregrounds Big Data Behavioral Analysis of Employees
Infor has announced the acquisition of PeopleAnswers, a company specializing in predictive talent analytics. PeopleAnswers’ application maps the behavioral DNA

examples of failed information technology projects  Acquisition of PeopleAnswers Foregrounds Big Data Behavioral Analysis of Employees Infor has announced the acquisition of PeopleAnswers, a company specializing in predictive talent analytics. The financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed. Founded in 2001, PeopleAnswers developed a cloud-based (multitenant software-as-a-service [SaaS]) solution meant to help companies with employee selection, retention, and succession planning. PeopleAnswers’ application maps the behavioral DNA of Read More
Nanjing MacroSource Information Technologies
Nanjing MacroSource Information Technologies Co., Ltd. is a high-tech provider of embedded system solutions. Its Research and Development (R@D) team consists

examples of failed information technology projects  MacroSource Information Technologies Nanjing MacroSource Information Technologies Co., Ltd. is a high-tech provider of embedded system solutions. Its Research and Development (R&D) team consists of professors from well-known academic institutes, experienced professionals returning from overseas studies, and recognized experts from Silicon Valley, specializing in software design, hardware design, chip development, and organization structuring. They boast technical strength and rich experience in Read More
Riverbed Technology
Riverbed is a provider of application performance infrastructure solutions, delivering a complete platform for location-independent computing. Riverbed@s

examples of failed information technology projects  Technology Riverbed is a provider of application performance infrastructure solutions, delivering a complete platform for location-independent computing. Riverbed's technology enables organizations to embrace location-independent computing to better leverage global resources, reduce the cost of running their business, and maximize employee productivity. Read More
WorkWise's eWarehouse provides Groschopp with added control of the entire life cycle of its inventory
Groschopp initially purchased TCM in 1994 and subsequently expanded its usage to over 40 TCM licensed users and 12 data collection users. Groschopp has

examples of failed information technology projects  s eWarehouse provides Groschopp with added control of the entire life cycle of its inventory Groschopp initially purchased TCM in 1994 and subsequently expanded its usage to over 40 TCM licensed users and 12 data collection users. Groschopp has evolved into an expert user of the entire suite of TCM applications, including MRP, MPS, and Shop Floor Control with complex scheduling. One of their main objectives was the ability to bin track and optimize inventory, leading both to cost savings and also Read More
Sagent Technology Reports Strong Growth
Business Wire - October 21, 1999 - Sagent Technology, Inc., (NASDAQ: SGNT) announced its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 1999

examples of failed information technology projects  on the right track. Examples of applications using Sagent technology include drugstore.com, which selected Sagent to track and analyze customer purchasing data. As more and more companies attempt to conduct e-commerce, Sagent's ability to provide references for working e-business solutions should help them in competitive situations. In addition, Sagent recently announced the release of Sagent Solution version 4.1, which adds integrated IBM Universal DataBase access, and allows DB/2 to be used as a Read More
Fatal Flaws and Technology Choices
Food and beverage manufacturers rely on information technology to meet market demands. However, food is one market where most enterprise applications show a

examples of failed information technology projects  Flaws and Technology Choices Defining Application Requirements and Fatal Flaws Following the analyses presented in prior notes, it is difficult to imagine a food and beverage manufacturer of any size meeting the demands of the business without some use of information technology (IT), since enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), warehouse management systems (WMS), and much more are required to compete. Part Seven of the series Food and Beverage Delights. For more Read More
Terra Technology
Based in Norwalk, Connecticut (US), Terra Technology provides real-time forecasting solutions for consumer goods companies. Terra@s pattern recognition

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Forecasting Total Cost of Ownership for Initial Deployments of Server Blades
For organizations deploying many servers, total cost of ownership (TCO) analyses favor blade over rack-optimized systems. Blade server systems—reducing both

examples of failed information technology projects  Total Cost of Ownership for Initial Deployments of Server Blades For organizations deploying many servers, total cost of ownership (TCO) analyses favor blade over rack-optimized systems. Blade server systems—reducing both capital and operating expenses—exploit economies of scale when deploying servers in volume. Saving power, cooling, and space by more than 25 percent, the blade advantage is particularly relevant for servers working in conjunction with storage area networks (SANs). Read More
Security Information Market Heading for Growth
The growth of security vulnerabilities is creating a new market for security information. With link sharing and cooperation among sites, it is not clear that

examples of failed information technology projects  Information Market Heading for Growth Security Information Market Heading for Growth L. Taylor - August 31, 2000 Event Summary It is estimated that the security information market will grow to a $1.5 billion by 2003.[1] With a dearth of security professionals available, viewing online security articles offers companies the opportunity to gain information, and improve system security knowledge at low overhead and a fast pace. Via the web, IT organizations can find out about security bugs, patches, Read More

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