Using numbers to tell stories
Posted by:Shyam Sundar June 22nd, 2010
I liked listening to stories when I was a kid. My mom still recounts how I used to trouble older kids to narrate movie stories and that I wouldn’t go to bed unless someone read out to me. I guess part of that has survived my transition into the 30’s – I love a good story. Over the course of … Continue reading “Using numbers to tell stories”
Posted by:Monica Samuel June 21st, 2010
Much attention these days is being given to the high cost of heath care in the USA . Government, private insurers, hospitals, providers, and consumers are all brainstorming strategies and tactics to reign in these costs so that: More people can take advantage of the excellent healthcare services that this country offers, Companies of all sizes will be more competitive … Continue reading “Facilitating USA Health Care Reform – IT Initiatives”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao June 16th, 2010
SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) started off as a nice-to-have; then stumbled a bit as organizations faced all kinds of problems in their SOA implementation. But, it  is now here to stay. As we come up with various business uses of a service oriented system, it is becoming the cornerstone of an enterprise technology direction. Think of it this way – … Continue reading “Reap what you ‘SOA’”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal June 11th, 2010
The success of SaaS (Software as a Service) offerings such as SalesForce is creating a groundswell of change and enthusiasm in the software industry and transforming the entire value chain of conception, design, development, testing, delivery and support.Genesis: The increasing and reliable availability of internet bandwidth across the globe started people thinking about providing software solutions on the … Continue reading “Software Product to Service Transformation”
Posted by:Monica Samuel June 9th, 2010
In 2005, a new wave of web applications started garnering a lot of attention among technology commentators and the press. One displayed housing listings on an interactive map, another showed graphical representations of social networks by using photographs of individuals connected with lines, and others showed real-time locations of taxicabs and recent crimes.What all these applications had in common, besides … Continue reading “Mashups 101”

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