Articles By Maggie Biggs

Creating dashboards for the enterprise

Creating dashboards for the enterprise

Enterprise application performance or service level management solutions not only help companies adhere to business-defined SLAs. They also help IT...

April 14th, 2005 Maggie Biggs
TeamTrack keeps business flowing

TeamTrack keeps business flowing

No matter what industry you work in, process breakdowns can be a costly problem, one that BPM (business process management)...

February 15th, 2004 Maggie Biggs
Data mining outside the firewall

Data mining outside the firewall

How do your company's pricing models compare to that of competitors? Are customers making it to your site's deep links...

September 5th, 2003 Maggie Biggs
XML database

XML database

InfoWorldWithout a doubt, XML is fast becoming the lingua franca of business-to-business data exchange. As the use of XML increases,...

December 16th, 2001 Maggie Biggs
Across the enterprise

Across the enterprise

Enterprises have struggled long and hard to glean the meaningful data needed to make sound business decisions from the vast...

December 9th, 2001 Maggie Biggs
It

It

Enterprise end-user computing will undergo a dramatic transformation in the next two years to 10 years. CTOs and other business...

November 11th, 2001 Maggie Biggs
Forte fuels B2B apps

Forte fuels B2B apps

As the use of Java in enterprise settings continues to grow, developers need useful tools that can help them put...

November 5th, 2001 Maggie Biggs
New paradigm for B2B

New paradigm for B2B

Although EBPP (electronic bill presentment and payment) has long been a key component of B2B transactions, B2B transactions are still...

October 21st, 2001 Maggie Biggs
Poised to reap the

Poised to reap the

Do you remember the thrill of using a cellular phone for the first time, calling your boss, your mom, or...

September 6th, 2001 Maggie Biggs
Red Hat covers all bases

Red Hat covers all bases

cOpen-source solutions are well-suited to today's market conditions because they are typically more economical than commercial software and because they...

June 28th, 2001 Maggie Biggs