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... specific industries in remote areas. Of course, that is not what NBN is intended to do, but rather enable the apps of a new generation that human creativity will forge one day in the future. Observations: Last year the CSIRO previewed two applications for the NBN: Mining companies are utilising a technology which allows the site and machinery ...
Section: Content | Category: Applications | Date: Sunday, 22 May 2011 | Hits: 809
... dependencies. According to IBM in a recent report on SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) in 2003, and quoting the best estimate available, approximately 70% of the world’s business data in large organizations was still being processed by mainframe applications typically written in COBOL. The 70% estimate supports the premise and empirical evidence ...
Section: Content | Category: Governance & Planning | Date: Friday, 28 July 2006 | Hits: 494
Conclusion: Enterprise software vendors and enterprise software users are increasingly investing in in functionality that is accessible from mobile devices, and many organisations face the challenge of making key legacy applications accessible on mobile devices. Comprehensive and reliable APIs are the key for the creation of architectures that enable ...
Section: Content | Category: Operations & Service Delivery | Date: Saturday, 26 April 2014 | Hits: 895
Conclusion: Organisations that need to run legacy applications under Windows XP will no longer have access to economically sustainable options. In short, there is no way to maintain an XP environment without Software Assurance, and thus there is no practical way for an organisation to continue to run legacy applications without investing in Software ...
Section: Content | Category: Applications | Date: Thursday, 27 March 2014 | Hits: 653
Conclusion: Many organisations use flawed approaches for selecting enterprise applications. In short, they buy the wrong software for the wrong reasons. With many enterprise applications continuing in existence for 10 or even 20 years, this is a long time to live with a bad decision. IBRS believes the biggest failure made is skewing the selection ...
Section: Content | Category: Applications | Date: Friday, 31 December 2010 | Hits: 544
... the users are, what applications the users need, how mobile they are, and whether the organisation is moving towards web applications. Observations: In order to support knowledge and document management system deployments, and web-enabled ERP solutions, many organisations around Australia that IBRS has spoken to are deploying technologies to improve ...
Section: Content | Category: Infrastructure | Date: Tuesday, 30 March 2010 | Hits: 627
... in finding a better way to deliver the desktop that both reduces the TCO and increases agility. That is, simplifies remote access, enables business continuity and speeds up deploying new desktop applications. The centralised virtual desktop, commonly known as VDI (which was VMware’s product name), was once considered a promising way to achieve these ...
Section: Content | Category: Infrastructure | Date: Wednesday, 25 November 2009 | Hits: 612
Conclusion: Many enterprise applications remain in existence for 10 or 15 years, or even longer. The magnitude of their total lifetime costs usually mark enterprise applications as being in the top decile of all IT investments. Despite these factors, many of those involved in selecting candidate products choose the wrong products for the wrong reasons. ...
Section: Content | Category: Applications | Date: Monday, 31 January 2011 | Hits: 566