Monthly Archives: August 2011

ERP Lessons Learned

Frank Scavo posts an excellent review of the history of and lessons learned from ERP systems over the past 20 years. Both Frank’s post, and his keynote video are well worth your time. Some key points from the post: ERP … Continue reading

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Head in the Clouds

ERP analyst Derek Singleton posted a paean to the SaaS variant of cloud computing. With his head firmly in the clouds looking for rainbows covering five points, Derek does trip over one salient feature of modern computing—the user experience should … Continue reading

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PHP on IBM i – Adding new value to old applications fast

The IBM Systems Magazine PowerUp blog is talking about PHP on IBM i, a thread started by Laura Ubelhor with her post “There’s No Doubt PHP is an Awesome Fit on IBM i“. For the average IBM i shop, PHP … Continue reading

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Is Enterprise Integration the Next Hurdle for the Cloud?

Stephanie Neil poses an interesting question on whether SaaS and Cloud solutions create as much work in enterprise integration as they solve in reduced hardware and storage management. Enter software as a service (SaaS) applications, which might seem to be … Continue reading

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