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Talking to the Crowd

by Dave Garrett

Selecting the right discussion package can be challenging. Here are a few options and approaches to consider in your quest for managed interaction.

E-Profit: High-Payoff Strategies for Capturing the E-Commerce Edge

Author: Peter S. Cohan | ISBN: 0814405444

If you're afraid your organization is lagging in e-commerce, you're actually in good company. While the media seems to abound in Internet business success stories, the reality is that few companies have made the transition. Even fewer have done it profitably. Nonetheless, sales through e-commerce are predicted to grow to $1.2 trillion by 2002. To capture your share of the action, the time to implement your strategy is now. This book provides a uniquely practical blueprint - one focused on measurable return on investment.

XML: A Manager's Guide

Author: Kevin Dick | ISBN: 0201433354

Extensible Markup Language (XML) is revolutionizing Web content, electronic commerce and enterprise computing. As with most technology revolutions, the concept behind XML is deceptively simple--to provide a standardization for specifying the meaning of information exchanged over networks. However, the implications for such a capability ripple throughout the entire field of distributed computing.
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COM+ and the Battle for the Middle Tier

Author: Roger Sessions | ISBN: 0471317179

An unbiased introduction to COM+ and its relationship with other Microsoft technologies. COM+ is the next generation of COM, DCOM, and MTS. Microsoft's answer to CORBA and Enterprise JavaBeans, COM+ will provide the foundation for all of Microsoft's enterprise technologies, including databases, programming languages, and messaging. This introductory book offers an unbiased overview of COM+ as well as a review of how it works with Microsoft's other technologies, including clusters (Wolfpak), messaging (MSMQ), databases (SQL Server 7), programming languages (Visual Basic 6), and security. It also compares COM+ with its rival technologies, CORBA 3.0 and Enterprise JavaBeans.
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When Push Comes to Shove

by Vijay Sankaran

Don't be shy about getting information out to clients--get pushy.

Picking Up the Pieces

by Andre Leclerc

Break down a process, and you'll find a series of components. How these pieces link together is what makes a process worthwhile.

Is There Method Behind This Madness?

by Vijay Sankaran

When people think of methodology, they usually imagine the theorists of IT pontificating on the virtues of an application development strategy. Methodology, in truth, is very important to the success of a data warehousing project. Without methodology, a team can walk blindly into a dark room and come out with the stab wounds of a failed effort.

Making a Hub a Home

by Dave Garrett

The portal craze is dead and gone. Branding and public presence sites are beyond passe regardless of how dynamic they are. What can you do with a small investment that will impress the boss and yield an impressive ROI? Build a hub!

On Time Within Budget

Author: E. M. Bennatan | ISBN: 0-471-37644-2

Real-life case studies give you guidance on keeping your project cost-effective and timely. The advice in this book is applicable in small or large companies, local or multinational.

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