Oracle set to preview SOA suite

Oracle set to preview SOA suite

Oracle will take its biggest plunge yet into SOA this month, with plans to unveil a developer's preview of Oracle...

August 13th, 2006 Paul Krill

Pearson lifts off with automated data

Pearson lifts off with automated data

As the entity responsible for Canada's busiest airport, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) faces the tremendous task of ensuring...

October 30th, 2003 Ryan B. Patrick

Furniture maker embraces rapid apps

Furniture maker embraces rapid apps

Sklar Peppler's customers and partners were waiting for a paper report to come in the mail, or calling into the...

July 9th, 2003 Victoria Berry

Furniture maker embraces rapid apps

Furniture maker embraces rapid apps

Sklar Peppler's customers and partners were waiting for a paper report to come in the mail, or calling into the...

June 27th, 2003 Victoria Berry

GM’s CTO outlines Web services strategy

GM’s CTO outlines Web services strategy

Tony Scott, chief technology officer of the information systems and services organization at General Motors Corp., spoke with Computerworld about...

February 12th, 2003 Carol Sliwa

InterTwain users gain greater Web control

InterTwain users gain greater Web control

Companies looking to give employees the power to update corporate Web sites now have the ability to upload changes from...

May 4th, 2000 Victoria Berry

UBC adopts end-to-end Java

UBC adopts end-to-end Java

The University of British Columbia (UBC) has discovered that sometimes less is more.The school needed to build a new system...

January 28th, 1999 Gail Balfour

RSL COM has launched itself to MARS

RSL COM has launched itself to MARS

One is Cobol, a legacy programming language used to develop applications for older hardware; the other is Java, one of...

January 14th, 1999 Karen Hill