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Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM
In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to

internet web services  list themselves on the Internet and discover each other, similar to a traditional phone book's yellow and white pages; Web services description language (WDSL), an XML-formatted language that UDDI uses, and which was developed jointly by Microsoft and IBM and used to describe a Web service's capabilities as collections of communication endpoints capable of exchanging messages; and Simple object access protocol (SOAP), an XML-based messaging protocol used to encode the information in Web service request Read More...
Web Content Management (WCM)
Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or ext...
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Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part 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

internet web services  list themselves on the Internet and discover each other, similar to a traditional phone book's yellow and white pages) Web services description language (WDSL, an XML-formatted language that UDDI uses. It was jointly developed by Microsoft and IBM and describes a Web service's capabilities as collections of communication endpoints capable of exchanging messages) SOAP, an XML-based messaging protocol used to encode information in Web service request and response messages before being sent over a network. Read More...
OmniSky Selects WorkSpot to Develop Wireless Internet Services
Given that OmniSky’s wireless Internet service is Palm OS specific, WorkSpot is a safe and relatively inexpensive partner for OmniSky, which is still a

internet web services  Internet service. OmniSky's wireless Internet service provides consumers with virtually the entire Web under one unified user interface, access to existing e-mail accounts, an elegant modem solution for Palm V users, and cost-effective flat-rate pricing. Market Impact WorkSpot primarily provides Internet access to file storage and management, and has focused on extending Linux desktop applications. OmniSky selected WorkSpot, due to its past performance, for enhancing the Internet to be more easily Read More...
Web-site Strategy for Organizations in the Corporate Services Industry
As marketing budgets shrink and companies in the corporate services industry aim to leverage their Web sites as less expensive alternatives to traditional

internet web services  a few years the internet has evolved to become the most popular way to communicate with customers, prospects, investors, employees, the media, and the many other stakeholders a company has. As marketing budgets shrink and the Corporate Services industry aims to leverage their websites as a relatively inexpensive alternative to traditional marketing tools, website strategy is becoming more and more important. In an industry built on reputation and relationships, where business is largely referral-based, Read More...
New Technology for a Compelling Web Channel Experience: Competition and Social Web Propel Rich Internet Applications
While companies are investing heavily in e-commerce and e-service deployments, the customer is in the driver’s seat. Customers are influenced by the quality of

internet web services  Social Web Propel Rich Internet Applications While companies are investing heavily in e-commerce and e-service deployments, the customer is in the driver’s seat. Customers are influenced by the quality of the Web sites they visit, and their perceptions are increasingly shaped by their experiences with social networking sites. Learn how companies are working with software vendors to incorporate advanced technologies into its e-commerce and e-service platforms. Read More...
Build Web 2.0 Applications without Hand-coding: Use Application Generation to Expedite Web Application Development
Web 2.0 applications, perceived by many software users as better looking and easier to use than traditional apps, can provide many benefits to your company

internet web services  Web 2.0 Applications without Hand-coding: Use Application Generation to Expedite Web Application Development Web 2.0 applications, perceived by many software users as better looking and easier to use than traditional apps, can provide many benefits to your company. However, building Web 2.0 apps adds development burdens of security, transaction management, and a variety of user interface features. To conquer these issues, you might consider an application generator to eliminate hand-coding Read More...
Wellesley Information Services
Wellesley Information Services (WIS) is a publishing and training company. Its editorial work includes magazine publishing, mobile content, and case study

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Software Selection Services Overview
TEC’s Software Selection Services team can equip your company with everything you need to manage your own selection project, or get directly involved to guide

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PPM for Professional Services Automation
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Professional services automation (PSA) refers

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A Sure Bet: Implementing High Availability Internet
Internet access is now mission-critical for many enterprises. Yet the unpredictable nature of Internet bandwidth can put important applications at risk. For

internet web services  Bet: Implementing High Availability Internet Internet access is now mission-critical for many enterprises. Yet the unpredictable nature of Internet bandwidth can put important applications at risk. For converged networks with voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and data running at the same time, redundancy is a must-have, as IT managers strive to achieve the same levels of reliability phone users have come to expect. Read More...
SAP Extends Maximum Attention to More of its Services and Support Customers
SAP is known for its enterprise software solutions, but the company's focus on professional services as of late is allowing SAP to offer more of what customers

internet web services  SAP Services,MaxAttention,Rapid Deployment Solutions,RDS,Professional Services,SAP Custom Development Read More...
Managed Print Services Come of Age
The managed print services (MPS) market continues to evolve as vendors expand their service offerings beyond the office print environment. Today

internet web services  Hardware,Office Equipment,Multifunction Peripherals,Printers,Plotters,IT Management,IT Budgeting,Outsourcing,MSP Read More...
Web Work
Web Work is a 100 percent Web-based CMMS/EAM system that comes with eleven standard modules and ten optional modules to expand and customize day-to-day

internet web services  Work Web Work is a 100 percent Web-based CMMS/EAM system that comes with eleven standard modules and ten optional modules to expand and customize day-to-day management of operations. Key Features include the ability to - Manage customer requests for service - Develop detailed work plans and maintenance objectives - Design hierarchal location and asset structures - Track the movement of assets and life cycles - Manage labor and contractor work - Track and maintain inventory and storerooms - Manage Read More...
Teloquent To e.t.: Now You Can Call Or Use The Web
Teloquent introduced a new release of its software to integrate phone and web-based customer service.

internet web services  To e.t.: Now You Can Call Or Use The Web Teloquent To e.t.: Now You Can Call Or Use The Web D. Geller - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary Teloquent Communications Corporation has its roots in telephony, as an enabler of call centers. Their Web ContactServer 2.1 integrates traditional telephone routing with Web-based customer service tools to provide a consistent experience for both customers and agents. Customers browsing a website are given multiple options for seeking assistance, including requesti Read More...

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