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5 benefits to MFT integration with your ESB

5 benefits to MFT integration with your ESB

0 by / on July 31, 2014, 11:22 am / in Integration Insights

If your organization already uses webMethods Integration Server, the #1 ESB, that’s great! Smart move! Have you taken advantage of webMethods ActiveTransfer for Managed File Transfer? If not, read on … If your organization moves files around internally or externally using FTP, homegrown solutions, or a hodge podge of file transfer point solutions, then you likely know the headaches of [...]

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IoT Gets Faster: Internet-of-Things driving MDM, Integration & DQ to Handle Fast BigData

IoT Gets Faster: Internet-of-Things driving MDM, Integration & DQ to Handle Fast BigData

0 by / on July 22, 2014, 4:16 am / in Integration Insights, Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not

Everyone is talking about IoT and BigData – and how BIG it is. IoT  drives the need MDM, DQ, and Integration to be truly real-time, and seamlessly integrated with the enterprise, while increasing the volumes and velocity of data to a whole new level. It reminds me of the entry in The Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy on Space: “Space,” [...]

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Innovative use cases for integration

Innovative use cases for integration

0 by / on June 30, 2014, 9:42 pm / in Integration Insights

There are hundreds of use cases across thousands of enterprises over dozens of industry verticals. That is the nature of the wide range of businesses in today’s world. However, that does not prevent IT organizations from leveraging their ESBs (Enterprise Service Bus) for more innovative solutions. With forces such as Cloud, Mobile, Big Data and Social affecting every enterprise in [...]

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webMethods 9.6 Free Trial Now Available

webMethods 9.6 Free Trial Now Available

0 by / on June 27, 2014, 12:46 pm / in Integration Insights, Live from Software AG, Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not

Here at Software AG we continue to have enormous interest in the webMethods Free Trial program, and we are happy to announce that the free trial version has been upgraded to version 9.6 of the webMethods Integration Platform. If you haven’t had a chance to download it yet, you can do so now on our TECHcommunity site. As a reminder, the [...]

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Is Your Board in Digital Denial?

0 by / on June 25, 2014, 8:26 am / in Uncategorized

Despite the digital revolution only around 30% of UK CIOs sit at the mahogany table. Something doesn’t add up.  Organisations rely on technology to innovate business models, transform operations and customer experience.  Government is committed to becoming Digital by Default, and most business leaders aspire to having ‘amazon-like’ services but it looks like around 70% of boards are still in [...]

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2 ways you can transfer large files faster

2 ways you can transfer large files faster

0 by / on June 25, 2014, 7:40 am / in Integration Insights

Files, files, files … can’t get enough of them. And the bigger the better. We like our large files, that’s for sure. Whether they are media files or confidential company data, files are getting bigger and we’re sending more of them according to Aberdeen Group. There’s only one thing that’s better than bigger: faster! Combine the two and you have [...]

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Stefan Ried

Customer Engagement Applications are Hybrid and Agile

0 by / on June 24, 2014, 3:25 am / in Live from Software AG

Today, Stefan Ried at Forrester and Software AG delivered a webinar on why new customer engagement applications should be hybrid and agile.  This new generation of applications being built by businesses are taking advantage of new platforms and methodologies to create faster time to market, leverage subject matter experts in the business to build the applications, take care of the [...]

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A view from a CIO – Phil Pavitt

A view from a CIO – Phil Pavitt

0 by / on June 24, 2014, 2:11 am / in Uncategorized

 Author: Phil Pavitt ex Director General of HMRC Here we are in the “last few days” of the Spending Review 2010 and its subsequent iterations. I say last few days as the election is approaching – I remember those early, heady days of SR10, (Spending Review 2010). The joint meetings in the Treasury sometimes attended by the Chancellor, each of [...]

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