Enterprise Apps News & Reviews - Page 2220

More Enterprise Apps News

Venturing Onward

|
Some enterprises are still investing in tech startups.

Translating XML Schema

|
eWeek Labs takes an in-depth look at what the W3C's new standard means for e-business.

ASPects: May 28, 2001

|
Distribution is the name of the game for Rivio, a service provider for small businesses that announced a partnership with Verizon Communications last week.

Other XML Standards Get Ready to Roll

|
As XML has progressed down the technological road since its introduction in 1996, it has steadily gained momentum, to the point where most other World Wide Web Consortium standards are now based on Extensible Markup Language.

Geekspeak: May 28, 2001

|
Looking at the start of something big.

Speedy Adoption Expected

|
Companies have geared up for schema; tools shield users from complexity.

Speeding Up the CRM Race

|
Software companies searching to differentiate their products for managing customer relationships have started pitching speed of implementation.

Untethering CRM From Client

|
PeopleSoft 8 CRM upgrade enables Web access, adds integration to company's back-office apps.

Global Commerce

|
An international consortium develops an e-business standard that will enable entities everywhere to share information and trade over the Net

Back to the Basics

|
Full service may be over for some Web integrators, but is Razorfish seeking a suitor?

Internet, Portal Services Converging

|
Portals' ability to present various applications and services to multiple users fits Web needs to a T.

Godspeed From the Galaxy

|
A sudden death by heart attack earlier this month has taken from us the wit of Douglas Adams, author of the five-volume trilogy ("increasingly inaccurately named," as the subtitle wryly noted on Volume 5) that began with "The Hitchhiker'

Enterprise Tech Videos