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By Naeem Hashmi Problem Solve May 17, 2001

Business Intelligence and eBusiness

Why is Business Intelligence important for eBusiness success? Continue Reading


Sep 06, 2000

Make your business an e-business

How do I integrate my company's Web business with our existing business operations? Are there any rules I should follow to make... Continue Reading


News May 06, 2008

Business Objects brings BI to business

Business Objects CEO Johnathan Schwarz explains why business intelligence for businesspeople is finally viable. Continue Reading


By Linda Tucci News Sep 30, 2010

Business process automation for the business' sake

CIOs like Ed Bell caution that business process automation success doesn't necessarily hail from the process of automation or the BPM tool, but rather from an understanding of the desired business outcome. Continue Reading


Jul 21, 2005

Linux for business

The key issues for those interested in implementing Linux in their business and those who want to improve their existing Linux set-ups. Continue Reading


Aug 02, 2000

Too busy to train

IT personnel are missing out on crucial training because they are too busy at work, says on-line training market place, Continue Reading


Oct 22, 2003

Business benefits

The way a business interacts with its customers is key to keeping them coming back to you. Roisin Woolnough looks at five... Continue Reading

By Lisa Phifer News Nov 24, 2008

Bluetooth for business

Learn about the role Bluetooth can play for your business in this roundup of tips and applications for the wireless standard. Continue Reading


Sep 23, 2008

Business continuity

This section of the chapter excerpt will focus on using the VMware ESX server to provide business continuity solutions and options after a disaster. Continue Reading


By David Loshin News Jan 23, 2006

Simple business rules for business intelligence

For organizations to effectively eliminate confusion, they must employ standard definitions to describe simple business rules. Continue Reading