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Realizing the Promise of Corporate Portals

Author : Cindy Gordon
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Thoughtful and provocative, 'Realizing the Promise of Corporate Portals' illustrates the vast potential of corporate portals and what your company can do to implement them for business success. Based on the authors' extensive backgrounds and consulting focused on implementing corporate portals this exciting new book extends IT theory into business strategy. Terra and Gordon explore the components and architecture of typical corporate portals and fundamental issues in knowledge management. Geared for decision makers at the executive level, this book provides a comprehensive view of the market landscape, powerful and detailed case studies, and collected best practices and lessons learned to help organizations successfully implement corporate portals. The book also includes detailed checklists necessary for selecting and implementing appropriate corporate portal technical solutions. Learn from their detailed case studies of hugely successful corporate portal implementations, including: * ADC Telecommunications Inc. * Bain & Company * Bank of Montreal * Context Integration * Eli Lilly * Hill & Knowlton * Nortel Networks * SERPRO * Siemens * Texaco * Xerox

Encyclopedia of Portal Technologies and Applications

Author : Tatnall, Arthur
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Realizing the Promise of Corporate Portals

Author : Cindy Gordon
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Thoughtful and provocative, 'Realizing the Promise of Corporate Portals' illustrates the vast potential of corporate portals and what your company can do to implement them for business success. Based on the authors' extensive backgrounds and consulting focused on implementing corporate portals this exciting new book extends IT theory into business strategy. Terra and Gordon explore the components and architecture of typical corporate portals and fundamental issues in knowledge management. Geared for decision makers at the executive level, this book provides a comprehensive view of the market landscape, powerful and detailed case studies, and collected best practices and lessons learned to help organizations successfully implement corporate portals. The book also includes detailed checklists necessary for selecting and implementing appropriate corporate portal technical solutions. Learn from their detailed case studies of hugely successful corporate portal implementations, including: * ADC Telecommunications Inc. * Bain & Company * Bank of Montreal * Context Integration * Eli Lilly * Hill & Knowlton * Nortel Networks * SERPRO * Siemens * Texaco * Xerox

Electronic Business Concepts Methodologies Tools and Applications

Author : Lee, In
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Enhances libraries worldwide through top research compilations from over 250 international authors in the field of e-business.

Why Buy the Cow

Author : Subrah S. Iyar
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How the revolution in on-demand software applications - available over the Web - is powering the new knowledge economy. By Subrah S. Iyar, co-Founder and General Manager of WebEx.

Knolwedge Management A Resource Book

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Process Planning and Scheduling for Distributed Manufacturing

Author : Lihui Wang
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This is the first book to focus on emerging technologies for distributed intelligent decision-making in process planning and dynamic scheduling. It has two sections: a review of several key areas of research, and an in-depth treatment of particular techniques. Each chapter addresses a specific problem domain and offers practical solutions to solve it. The book provides a better understanding of the present state and future trends of research in this area.

American Book Publishing Record

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Encyclopedia of Database Technologies and Applications

Author : Laura C. Rivero
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The Encyclopedia of Database Technologies and Applications is a wide-ranging collection of a diverse coverage of topics related to database concepts, technologies, and applications. This encyclopedia provides an overview of the state-of-the-art of classical subjects. It has contributions from over 175 international researchers from 33 countries, and includes more than 970 terms and definitions and over 2,400 references, This encyclopedia also delivers clear and concise explanations of emerging issues and technologies such as multimedia database systems, data warehousing and mining, geospatial and temporal databases, and data reverse engineering. The Encyclopedia of Database Technologies and Applications is a single reference source for any library on the topic of database technologies and applications.

Intranets for Info Pros

Author : Mary Lee Kennedy
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The intranet is among the primary landscapes in which information-based work occurs, yet many info pros continue to view it with equal parts skepticism and dread. In Intranets for Info Pros, editors Mary Lee Kennedy and Jane Dysart and their 10 expert contributors provide support and encouragement to the information professional responsible for implementing or contributing to an intranet. Chapters demonstrate the intranet's strategic value, describe important trends and best practices, and equip info pros to make a key contribution to their organization's intranet success.