Posts Tagged ‘Technology’

SEEBURGER MFT for SAP Announced at SAPPHIRE NOW + ASUG Annual Conference

It’s the first day of the conference and so far the show has been great. We’ve had excellent and insightful conversations with SAP customers visiting our booth and the reaction to today’s product announcement has been tremendous.  Today, we launched SEEBURGER Managed File Transfer for SAP.  It is a complete MFT solution for SAP NetWeaver [...]

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A View From The Channel- Part III

Guest blogger, Michelle Jones.  Vice President Global Channels & Alliances Anniversaries are often the catalyst for reflection and evaluation of year(s) past-  the events, successes and challenges that brought us to where we are today.  As my one year anniversary with SEEBURGER approaches, it seemed appropriate to do just that. It is with tremendous pride [...]

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A View From The Channel – Part II

Guest blogger, Michelle Jones.  Vice President Global Channels & Alliances My last post addressed the need for software vendors and channel partners to adapt to changing market conditions, industry regulations, technology landscapes and ever-shifting customer requirements. My take of “adapt or be left behind” has proven true.  In the few short months since that post [...]

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Consolidation — the path to modernization

Today’s CIO knows that the key to efficient IT is modernization, innovation and risk reduction. With such an overwhelming array of MFT, B2B and EAI environment products and solutions available on the market today, the answer is consolidation. For more than 25 years, SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (SEE BIS) been trusted by more than 8,500 [...]

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What Facebook Can Teach Us About Data Privacy

Facebook is currently the world’s most popular web site, with more than 690 billion page views each month, according to metrics from Google’s DoubleClick service. Facebook currently accounts for about 9.5 percent of all Internet traffic, slightly more than Google, according to HitWise. Much has been said of Facebook’s infrastructure and its ability to keep millions of [...]

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Supply Chain: Automation Advocate or Foe?

2010 is now behind us; many had a good holiday season while others, no so much. Regardless, it’s a new calendar year and time to start working on those 2011 projects. For some of you these projects will include the items that I’ve written on over the last 12 months such as – Adding a [...]

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More Jobs, More Ecommerce in 2011? Are Your B2B and EDI Efforts Ready for Growth?

For all that 2011 will be about, let’s hope it’s mostly about this: jobs, and lots of ‘em. Being a cog in the technology sector, I was heartened to read Time’s article, “Where the Jobs Are: The Rights Spots in the Recovery” which noted that if you are in the tech sector, you are in [...]

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Why The CIO Role Is Under Fire

Posted by R “Ray” Wang, Nov. 22 2010, 2:08 pm Less than three years ago, the mighty CIO controlled his organization’s destiny by shepherding multi-million dollar IT projects and ruling technology strategy with an iron fist. Business leaders had to pay homage to the IT team in order to implement any new business capability. IT [...]

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SEEBURGER Named a Leader in Comprehensive Integration Solutions by Independent Research Firm

High Scores for B2B Support, Strategic Alliances, Customer Reference Checks & More BRETTEN, GERMANY (November 22, 2010) — SEEBURGER AG announced today that it has been named a Leader in Forrester Research Inc.’s recent evaluation of vendors offering comprehensive integration solutions (CIS) that help enterprises solve complex integration challenges. The report, “The Forrester Wave: Comprehensive [...]

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What’s the Next Big Thing in BI?

November 3, 2010 by Kirsty of www.bimehq.com Taking our inspiration from a thread at ebizq.com, we thought about what the next “big thing” in BI might be. Here we share with you some ideas that were brought to the table by thread participants. How about “actual” business intelligence? In other words, moving beyond static reports [...]

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