IBM Mashup Center is an enterprise mashup platform enabling the rapid creation of reusable application building blocks (widgets, feeds, mashups) that can be easily assembled into new applications or leveraged within existing applications— with the governance and security IT requires— to address daily business challenges.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at gamification, the trend for corporate software to use techniques developed for computer games. After the Prism internet surveillance scandal, Switzerland hopes to become a safe location for cloud services. And we talk to an NHS CIO about the challenges of a paperless health service. Read the issue now.
Generating reports from Java applications has traditionally been a difficult task with heavy coding effort in development and maintenance. Even where graphical tools are provided, users must learn how to use a new and sometimes cumbersome tool.
The paper goes on to present more details of EGL as it pertains to building applications. Finally, it provides some insight into the architecture behind an EGL-based application. After reading this article, you should have a good understand...
In this expert e-guide, we examine the key attributes of cloud-connected, modern architectures. Discover how to foster API-centric enterprise architectures and learn about the emergence of progressive web apps, as well as how they're creating new, mobile app-like experiences.
This expert handbook addresses three major issues posed by the IoT: security, analytics, and application testing. Uncover key insights on how to overcome these challenges and deliver secure, trustworthy, and valuable IoT devices.
Manchester City needed their football club's website to be content and media rich, up to date, informative for fans and convenient for payment transactions. A new website platform was integrated, and the result was an overwhelming success. Learn more in this case study.
This Presentation Transcript, featuring Forrester Research, explains how Software as a Service business intelligence can deliver a more cost-effective way to get relevant information to those who need it faster than traditional business intelligence can.