Posts Tagged ‘Data Integration’

Six Ways to Monetize Your Mashup Development Skills

February 25, 2008 | 0 Comments | Alex Khizhniak
This blog post—written for ebizQ.net—explains how to build profitable mashup implementations.

Unstructured Data: a Challenge for IT Decision-Makers

January 29, 2008 | 0 Comments | Alex Khizhniak
What is the state of corporate information in today's enterprises?

5 Steps to Integrate SugarCRM with Third-Party Systems and Avoid Mistakes

October 16, 2007 | 0 Comments | Alex Khizhniak...
Learn how to integrate your data with on-demand, on-premises, and legacy apps (e.g., CRM/ERP) without writing custom code or studying SugarCRM APIs.

developerWorks Interview: IBM Business Mashup Challenge Winners

July 27, 2007 | 0 Comments | Alex Khizhniak
In a recent podcast, four experts talk about their winning mashups, the tools used, and the mashup ecosystem.

Mashup Camp 4 in Mountain View, CA: Web 2.0 Is Going Mainstream

July 21, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
These are the notes from a great event I've attended this week, as well as some of the results from the IBM Business Mashup Challenge we participated in.

Salesforce.com SMS Mashup Using the StrikeIron SMS Web Service

July 19, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
This article describes a mashup (a situational application) that won the StrikeIron Business Mashup contest.

Will Mashups Push Web 2.0 into the Enterprise Arena?

May 16, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
The short answer is, "yes," but I believe it is conditional to certain changes that have to happen first.

Three Trends Influencing Enterprise 2.0

March 21, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
In this post, I will describe the top three drivers influencing the adoption of Web 2.0 in Enterprise 2.0.

Top 7 Qualities of a Highly Successful Open-Source Software Company

March 18, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
This is the second post in my series dedicated to disruptive market strategies.

ETL vs. ESB from Apatar’s Point of View

March 16, 2007 | 0 Comments | Renat Khasanshyn
In short, ETL is a “pull” approach, working on user’s demand or on schedule, while ESB is a “push” model. Read on for more.