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Customer Service Key Driver for IT Investments in Logistics: Survey Softlink Logistic Systems, an Indian logistics software provider, today revealed the survey results on – ‘Adoption of Technology in Indian Logistics Sector-2009’, conducted amongst 700 Indian logistics players operating as Customs Clearing, Freight Forwarding, NVOCCs and 3PL players. The survey revealed that larger logistic players are opening up for technology investments in the year 2010. It highlights that the number of larger players, making technology investments up to Rs. 10 mn have been doubled to 14 percent in 2010 compared to last year.
Oracle Revs AutoVue Enterprise Visualization Oracle has unveiled AutoVue 20.0, featuring a new architecture that aims to scale with an organization’s evolving enterprise requirements and more efficiently serve the document visualization and collaboration needs of enterprise and desktop users. New capabilities within AutoVue 20.0 support customers in a variety of industries including Engineering and Construction, Utilities, Oil and Gas, and Manufacturing.
3PAR Unveils Utility Storage in India 3PAR, a global provider of utility storage, has launched its first sales and customer service office in India and has named Arvind Khurana as country manager. This move into India is intended to position 3PAR to meet growing demand for technologies to support cloud computing, the virtual datacenter,green IT initiatives, and enhanced infrastructure agility in an economy that has been expanding in the midst of a worldwide recession.
Red Hat Moves into Desktop, Server Virtualisation Territory with RHEV 2.2 Red Hat has released an updated version of its virtualisation platform, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation, after it was first announced in November 2009. RHEV 2.2 has an abundance of new features that could elevate Red Hat’s value and accelerate its growing popularity.
Microsoft Testing on Twitter-like Microblogging Service for Enterprises Microsoft has been working on a micro-blogging tool for the enterprise and has christened it 'OfficeTalk'. With the new ALL IN campaign that Microsoft has launched for cloud computing, understanding how social media works at the enterprise level can give them the edge they have been looking for.
Microsoft Windows Azure Brings End-to-End Cloud Computing to India There have been a lot of questions lately if India is ready for adopting cloud computing solutions and vice versa. Microsoft clearly believes in the affirmative and launched Windows Azure. Now more than 50 partners including HCL Technologies, Wings Info, Cerebrate and CDC Software are developing commercial applications and solutions on Windows Azure platform.
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CollabNet® has acquired Codesion™, Inc. (formerly CVSDude), which provides an enterprise-grade Subversion hosting platform and serves more than 3,400 customers and 70,000 users in 90 countries. CollabNet founded the Subversion open source project in 2000 and remains the project’s principal sponsor.

Bob Marcus, the leader for SOA and Distributed Virtualization standards at the Network Centric Operation Industry Consortium (NCOIC.org), discusses requirements and best practices for enterprise SOA Deployment, in this talk recorded at Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008. The session is based on Bob's experience working with large enterprises such as General Motors and Boeing. It also includes recommendations from a Session on 'SOA Deployment: Industry Best Practices' that Bob has organized for several US government agencies.

CollabNet® has acquired Codesion™, Inc. (formerly CVSDude), which provides an enterprise-grade Subversion hosting platform and serves more than 3,400 customers and 70,000 users in 90 countries. CollabNet founded the Subversion open source project in 2000 and remains the project’s principal sponsor.

Corporations are transforming their business models in an attempt to increase revenue, operational efficiency and global competition by designing innovative business models and processes to be disruptive in their market space. In this keynote, recorded at Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008, the Vice President of IBM's Global Solutions and Assets division says business leaders are looking for IT to provide and support the disruptive business models. However, the majority of IT's budget and resources are spent in maintenance leaving little time and resources for IT to be innovative and meet the business demands. In addition, many IT Corporations have adopted SOA in adhoc fashion and achieved some maturity in the technology. The key to aligning the IT objectives with the business objectives is a structured approach. Come hear about new ways to develop the required capabilities and prioritize the initiatives to create a Business and SOA transformation roadmap.

Brian Behlendorf, Founder and former CTO of Collabnet, in a free-wheeling interview talks about the concept of an open source company in today's world, the indirect economic value being created by open source projects, the commercial drivers behind open source projects, the intense sharing culture promoted by social networking and collaboration tools, and his green responsibilities and how he carbon offsets his travel. Brian also discusses how application development needs to change to meet the needs of an increasingly globalized world, benefits of a virtualized infrastructure management system, factors that will hinder adoption of Subversion 1.5 and how Subversion stacks up against the competition.

CollabNet® has acquired Codesion™, Inc. (formerly CVSDude), which provides an enterprise-grade Subversion hosting platform and serves more than 3,400 customers and 70,000 users in 90 countries. CollabNet founded the Subversion open source project in 2000 and remains the project’s principal sponsor.

Bob Marcus, the leader for SOA and Distributed Virtualization standards at the Network Centric Operation Industry Consortium (NCOIC.org), discusses requirements and best practices for enterprise SOA Deployment, in this talk recorded at Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008. The session is based on Bob's experience working with large enterprises such as General Motors and Boeing. It also includes recommendations from a Session on 'SOA Deployment: Industry Best Practices' that Bob has organized for several US government agencies.

One of the challenges of SOA is the development of services, which are reusable. Such services can participate in several different processes and orchestrations. Experienced architects are aware that designing and implementing reusable services is much harder task than implementing services for single use. In this talk recorded at Saltmarch Media's Business Technology Summit 2008, Matjaz B. Juric discusses best practices for designing reusable service interfaces. We will discuss the possibilities provided by WSDL. We will address the versioning issue, which becomes crucial when changing/modifying services in order to make them more reusable.