The following table shows the ten most popular articles ever published.
1. Release Management: Where to start?
Mention Release Management(RM) to an IT Manager in the Infrastructure group shop and you will likely receive a few blank stares.
Mike Drapeau, TDG | 13th July '07 | Score: 21%
2. The King of BI: Business Objects vs Cognos
Gerry Brown looks at the overall performance and the customer attractiveness of the two BI heavyweights
| 17th November '06 | Score: 16%
3. How to make Purchase-to-Pay Automation, pay
Accounts Payable would be easy if it wasn't for all the paper, as anyone who works in the area will tell you. Any stage in the accounts process that involves manual processing is a drag on efficiency and profitability.
Jason Howard, ITESOFT | 6th April '09 | Score: 12%
4. The importance of a common data model
Common data models are important in a number of integration environments, not least of which is SOA. There is, as far as we know, only one product that has specific provision for ensuring data interoperability by means of a common model.
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 22nd February '08 | Score: 11%
5. 10 Ways to maximise your smartphones data limit
It's now the norm for operators to limit data downloads on most of their mobile tariffs. If you have a limit say of 1GB you'll need to know how to make the most of it. This article will give you some advice
Martin Gandar, Independent and Ovum Associate Analyst | 22nd September '11 | Score: 8%
6. Procedure vs. Process
In the course of undertaking the Mapping and Modelling survey a number of interesting areas of uncertainty or confusion became apparent. So I thought that maybe I would try and address one of them;...
Mark McGregor, MarkMcGregor.com | 23rd January '09 | Score: 8%
7. Assessing the Financial Impact of Downtime
With the ever-increasing reliance of businesses upon their IT systems and electronically stored business data comes an equivalent increase in management's duty to ensure due diligence and fiduciary responsibility.
Alan Arnold, Vision Solutions | 26th April '10 | Score: 7%
8. Waterfall development model considered harmful
We have assembled enough history to know that many IT projects fail in a predictable fashion. One of the chief culprits is our slavish adherence to the waterfall model of application development.
| 26th April '05 | Score: 7%
9. An unconventional approach from SAP to score industry wins
At a recent full-day analyst briefing, SAP detailed its latest strategy and future roadmap on upcoming products that address industry-specific requirements for 24 vertical markets.
Albert Pang, APPS RUN THE WORLD | 22nd July '11 | Score: 6%
10. Jaspersoft - is free BI the way to go?
BI tools are traditionally specialist and expensive products - but there are now Open Source alternatives. Should you be considering them, and is there a special opportunity for developers?
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 18th November '08 | Score: 5%
Published by: electronicdawn Ltd.