Monday, July 30, 2007


Even More Links for 2007-07-30

  • You Can't Buy Loyalty
    There is no GREATER feeling in the world than to know that you did something to make a difference in someone's life...

  • IT budgets are lagging behind corporate revenues
    Glad to see that others are acknowledging that IT expense should not track the same as Corporate Revenue. If it does, it points to an enterprise architecture team that can't figure out how to add scale to the IT platform

  • Flex & Web Services
    I wonder what the opportunity for Flex is to integrate with Documentum?

  • What Has Trinidad Come to?
    San Fernando is kinda wild, hence the reason I lime in Sangre Grande

  • SOA Consortium Meeting
    Brenda Michelson of Elemental Links is speaking so attendance is mandatory...

  • The Care and Feeding of Industry Analysts
    It feels strange at some level that vendors are spending more time taking care of industry analysts than their customers.

  • More Big vs Small Thinking: SOA vs BPM
    I wonder if Neil Ward-Dutton would inquire with the BPM vendor how they plan on integrating with enterprise security concerns such as out-of-the-box support for SAML and XACML and whether BPM should focus on process stores and not user stores similiar to what Brian Huff enumerated about an ECM should store content, not users?

  • JavaScript Hijacking: Who's Responsible?Brian Chess and others within the security have talked about bad usage of Javascript but haven't commented on products such as ClickTale that gives folks the ability to watch movies users' individual browsing sessions. Every mouse movement, every click and every keystroke are recorded for convenient playback. I suspect that folks like Gunnar Peterson have a perspective on how Enterprise Architects should think about either embracing and/or constraining its usage

  • Customer Relationship Management: Are Expectations too high?
    Only a Gartner analyst (Jim Davies) would ask such a question without exploring whether expectations may be set too low!

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