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  • Deploying Oracle on VMware: Challenges and Opportunities

    Sponsored by: VMware and Intel

    In this webcast, AbitibiBowater, the eighth largest publicly traded pulp and paper manufacturer in the world, shares how they successfully virtualized mission-critical Oracle solutions such as JD Enterprise One, Oracle Databases and Oracle Business Intelligence data warehouses.

  • Steps to Discovery and Protection of Sensitive Data: Find IT. Search IT. Mask IT.

    Sponsored by: dataguise, Inc.

    Protecting sensitive data in the enterprise has never been more important, or more challenging. An effective data protection strategy must start with finding all of the data repositories on the network and identifying all of the sensitive data contained in those repositories. Read this paper to learn more.

  • FlexNet and FDA 21 CFR Part 11

    Sponsored by: Apriso Corporation

    Manufacturers regulated by the FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulations understand that the integrity of manufacturing processes must be achieved and maintained in order to sustain compliance. The purpose of this document is to demonstrate that Apriso FlexNet platform and application suite can support the intent of the 21 CFR Part 11 regulatory guidelines.

  • SAP Enterprise Applications on Cisco UCS

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    The Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) server platform has been designed with the performance and reliability to power memory-intensive, mission-critical applications, as well as virtualized workloads. Check out this solution center to learn more about SAP enterprise applications that are optimized on the UCS server platform.

  • DataFlux Delivers Improved Data Quality, Address Verification for the Miami Herald Media Company

    Sponsored by: DataFlux Corporation

    The Miami Herald Media Company used the DataFlux data quality and data integration platform to improve and enhance the data that drives its Database Marketing division.

  • Extract from book: "In-Memory Data Management"

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

    SAP in-memory computing is putting the "r" back in "real-time" computing by bringing together online transaction processing (OLTP) applications and online analytical processing (OLAP) applications at a lower total cost. Get an in-depth look at how this technology will impact business.

  • Goodbye Enterprise Software Hello Business Apps

    Sponsored by: K2

    Enterprise software, which has dominated IT for years, is now nearing its end as business applications take the cake. In this white paper, learn about where the future of enterprise software is inevitably heading and discover the necessary elements that'll get you there.

  • One Size Does Not Fit All: A Closer Look at Enterprise Application Integration Technology

    Sponsored by: IntraLinks, Inc

    This white paper discusses the driving forces that have made enterprise application integration so critical, reviews available integration approaches and outlines areas of consideration when selecting the best methodology for individual enterprise requirements. Read this paper to learn more.

  • SearchSOA.com Tip Guide: Approaches to Business Process Management

    Sponsored by: iMANY

    Read this exclusive, eGuide to gain insight to the four different types of business process management (BPM).

  • Intelligent Health Care: Strategies for getting the most out of your business intelligence systems

    Sponsored by: Perceptive Software

    The Goal of clinical decision support (CDS) - a Business Intelligence tool specific to health care - is to give physicians and nurses the granular information they need to make treatment decisions at the time they need it. Read this paper and learn how to develop a data analytics system that works for your health care environment.

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