In this week's Computer Weekly, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella explains why he has made empathy a key part of technology innovation. We examine the latest news in the ongoing debate over the tax status of IT contractors in the public sector. And we ask if an emphasis on creativity will help attract more young people to work in IT. Read the issue now.
Business users sometimes try to control and manage business rules without directly having to deal with IT, which isn’t always successful. Using an example from the insurance industry, this article provides an introduction to business rules and the importance of Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS) in bridging the gap between business and IT.
In this transcript of the webcast, TIBCO Spotfire's John Callan will discuss how you can perform Total Spend Analysis to help drive supplier consolidation, contract compliance and identify maverick spend in a user-friendly, visual analysis environment.
Please join Bill Jacobs, Director of Technical Marketing, Sybase IQ, in this webcast about the first of seven topic areas – as he discusses the new features added to Sybase IQ 15 that enhance the flexibility of Sybase IQ 15 for analytics, reporting and business intelligence applications.
Lean manufacturing is a philosophy committed to the total elimination of waste. There are seven types of waste that plague manufacturing. Shop Floor Execution (SFX) can help minimize or eliminate all of them.
This white paper describes how IBM's Information Server FastTrack accelerates the translation of business requirements into data integration projects. Data integration projects require collaboration across analysts, data modelers and developers.
Many businesses are looking to implement a successful DevOps strategy. This webcast identifies and explores the bottlenecks in the product lifecycle that can impact your transformation. Find out how to understand and connect the value chain, identify high value business metrics, implement high level reporting, and more.
Installing the building blocks for manufacturing business intelligence (BI) can be challenging for organizations. In this tip guide, readers will learn best practices to unify supplier and customer data for manufacturing BI.