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Big Data may be the problem, but Hadoop is the answer. Hadoop is an open-source software framework that enables applications to run across large arrays of nodes, accessing petabytes' worth of data. It was originally created by Doug Cutting to... Read More..
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Mike Gammage took a close look at IBM's latest study of 3,000 CIOs from around the world and noticed something about their commitment to business process management: It's not as strong as it was before -- down by four percentage... Read More..
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Does Software as a Service and business process management belong together? That's the question asked by ebizQ contributor Alan Earls. Alan reports that leading analysts are positive about the concept of SaaS-delivered BPM -- but cautious: Consider what Forrester Research's... Read More..
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"Be Clear, Be Simple, Be Valuable."That's the advice Chris Lockhart provides, as he walks readers of his latest post through an exercise in discovering and documenting end-user requirements.The bottom line, Lockhart says, it that business users don't care one bit... Read More..

Alberto Manuel recently shone his spotlight on techniques advocated by Wil van der Aalst, intended to bring greater clarity to BPM efforts across enterprises, as well as align these efforts with enterprise architecture. Process Mining (and yes, there's a Website... Read More..
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The danger of buying too deeply into vendors' BPM, SOA, cloud and infrastructure solutions is that you end up building a business model that is a plain-vanilla fit with every other company using the same technology. Technology is touted as... Read More..
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Everyone talks about reusability -- the ability to write once, run everywhere.  But in reality, the deck is stacked against it.That's the cautionary note sounded by Todd Biske, enterprise architect extraordinaire and author of SOA Governance: The Key to Successful... Read More..
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The boom (is that an understatement?) in mobile devices being brought into the workplace could swamp even the best IT operations. However, it may also present an opportunity for enterprise architects.  David Barnes, a program director at IBM's Emerging Technologies... Read More..
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As we get close to a full decade of SOA work, we know that some companies have very robust, well-functioning service oriented networks, while others are still struggling with Just a Bunch of Web Services. To provide some yeardsticks, Thomas... Read More..
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In my previous tenure as an association executive, I had the opportunity to meet with many professionals seeking not only sharpen their skills, but also demonstrate their high levels of commitment to their companies and peers.  I'm seeing similar... Read More..
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In this blog (formerly known as "SOA in Action"), Joe McKendrick examines how BPM and related business and IT approaches can promote business transformation.

Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick is an author and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. View more


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