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Information Management For Mid-size Companies: Strategies to Get the Information You Need
Are you getting all the information you need to really understand how well your company is performing right now? How quickly do you get the information you need

information management  Strategies to Get the Information You Need Are you getting all the information you need to really understand how well your company is performing right now? How quickly do you get the information you need? Having timely and complete information allows people with good judgment to make better decisions more consistently. Know the options that can help executives in mid-size companies get the information about their businesses faster and more reliably than they can today. Read More

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Oil and Gas: Upstream Data and Information Management Survey
Oil and gas companies have numerous information systems, each churning through vast amounts of data to support business decisions. Successful management of

information management  Gas: Upstream Data and Information Management Survey Oil and gas companies have numerous information systems, each churning through vast amounts of data to support business decisions. Successful management of these information systems is not simply a case of keeping the systems running and providing suitable backup mechanisms. It also includes the adoption of professional data management practices. Download this report to learn about effective practices for addressing data management challenges. Read More
Oracle Information Lifecycle Management and Pillar Axiom
Oracle has information lifecycle management (ILM) functionality integrated in its database product, but its value still relies heavily on the customer buying

information management  Information Lifecycle Management and Pillar Axiom Oracle has information lifecycle management (ILM) functionality integrated in its database product, but its value still relies heavily on the customer buying various tiers of storage dedicated to ILM. It seems that when implementing an ILM solution, saving money can be an expensive proposition. Find out how one company decided to “think inside the box” and work with Oracle to solve the ILM storage problems. Read More
Information Lifecycle Management: A Perspective
A new trend is emerging in the world of storage management, and it’s called information lifecycle management (ILM). Just what it is, however, varies

information management  management, and it’s called information lifecycle management (ILM). Just what it is, however, varies significantly from vendor to vendor. Generally, ILM is a strategy for policy-based information management. Its mandate: to provide centralized management of all information assets, aligning storage resources with the value of the data residing in them. Read More
Facilitating Compliance and Intelligent Information Management with Effective Database Management
Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit

information management  Compliance and Intelligent Information Management with Effective Database Management Data breach is a very real problem in business today. Every day, organizations store massive amounts of data inside database tables—data ranging from credit card transactions to product inventories. This valuable information is what runs the business. In order to protect this data and stay on top of compliance, an enterprise data management solution that respects information privacy regulations should be Read More
Core HR Systems: Flawless Execution Enabling Strategic HR Management
Human resources (HR) professionals are tasked with ensuring employee needs are fulfilled and employer interests are protected. Management of core employee data,

information management  HR Systems: Flawless Execution Enabling Strategic HR Management Human resources (HR) professionals are tasked with ensuring employee needs are fulfilled and employer interests are protected. Management of core employee data, such as record-keeping, time and attendance, and payroll processing, is a cornerstone of every HR operation, and the way companies collect and maintain such data is critical. Find out what core HR management capabilities and systems today’s companies are using. BEGINLYX Read More
Talent Management
Talent management@solutions encompass all the applications necessary for handling personnel-related tasks for corporate managers and individual employees from

information management  Management Talent management solutions encompass all the applications necessary for handling personnel-related tasks for corporate managers and individual employees from the point of hire to the point of retire. This talent management model includes functionality for recruitment and staffing management, personnel management, career development, succession planning, learning management, performance and compensation management, and workforce management and planning. Read More
Talent Management Best Practices in 2010
Download your copy of the Aberdeen report Cracking the Code for Talent Management.

information management  Management Best Practices in 2010 How do you build a superior talent management program from recruitment right through to succession planning? Many best-in-class companies are exploiting Web 2.0 tools such as social networks, blogs, and Webcasts to achieve higher levels of employee productivity and retention, facilitate knowledge capture and transfer, connect employees with colleagues across the organization, and provide visibility into work/project progress by dispersed teams. Learn the strategies Read More
Case Study: More Efficient Hospital Management Systems with Content Management Tools
Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau I is the oldest hospital in Spain, with over 34,000 admissions each year and 150,000 emergencies. In 1999, the hospital

information management  an intranet to provide information to employees, with an update in 2003 to provide visibility of corporate information. Learn how the company is integrating a content management system with portal tools to integrate processes and improve efficiency. Read More
Why Invest in Talent Management? Five High-ROI Business Drivers for Implementing a Talent Management Program
Clearly, with skilled workers retiring and the pace of change accelerating, recruitment alone can’t supply the smart leaders, strong managers, high performers

information management  Invest in Talent Management? Five High-ROI Business Drivers for Implementing a Talent Management Program Clearly, with skilled workers retiring and the pace of change accelerating, recruitment alone can’t supply the smart leaders, strong managers, high performers, and ever-changing skills sets necessary for success. That’s why organizations can see solid return on investment (ROI) by balancing recruitment with an investment not just in training, but in comprehensive talent management. Download this Read More
EMC Documentum: A Brief on Its Content Management Offerings in 2012
The EMC Documentum family of products covers a range of content management, case management, and governance applications, and plays to current shifts across the

information management  current shifts across the information management landscape. In this report, TEC's director of knowledge services Josh Chalifour looks at the directions in which EMC is focusing its products and services, and how that relates to requirements you may have for your content management initiatives. Read More
Goal-oriented Autonomic Business Process Management
Business process management (BPM) is an approach to administering business processes that involves people, organizations, and technologies—and can be carried

information management  oriented Autonomic Business Process Management Business process management (BPM) is an approach to administering business processes that involves people, organizations, and technologies—and can be carried out using varying levels of automation. Sadly, BPM often falls short of what it is intended to achieve. But there’s a fresh evolution of current BPM: goal-oriented autonomic BPM. Learn about the ideas, techniques, and benefits of autonomic and goal-oriented BPM. Read More
Warehousing Management: Yard Management, Competitive Analysis, and Challenges
The business remains challenging to even the most established vendors, since an intensifying product architecture rejuvenation and functional enhancements cycle

information management  started. For more relevant information, see Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner; Part Seven: WMS Market Impact . This Part Two of a two-part note. Part One defined WMS Solutions. Competitive Analysis Update The sluggish economy has lately caught up with the otherwise resilient SCE market, and competition has intensified from many ERP vendors, particularly from tier one vendors like SAP, Oracle, Infor Global Solutions, Adonix, and SSA Global (see ERP Vendors Intrude on SCE/WMS Safe Haven ). Such Read More
MODX Web Content Management: Vendor Profile
Open source vendor MODX provides a modern, highly flexible, Web standards–compliant Web content management (WCM) framework. TEC’s Director of Knowledge Services

information management  Web Content Management: Vendor Profile Open source vendor MODX provides a modern, highly flexible, Web standards–compliant Web content management (WCM) framework. TEC’s Director of Knowledge Services Josh Chalifour profiles MODX—its background, business practices, revenue streams, and community. MODX’s WCM systems, Evolution and Revolution, are being used for a significant quantity of sites around the world. Find out more in this report. Read More
Business Performance Management Basics: An Overview of Business Performance Management and Its Benefits to the Organization
Business performance management (BPM) includes setting key performance indicators, using data mining to discover data patterns and using software to help drive

information management  users as opposed to information systems (IS), allowing users to create and manage their own processes. Employee accountability : Employee accountability increases when responsibility is assigned for selected tasks and processes. Progress can be monitored, and matched against performance milestones. Drill through : Employees can drill through report and scorecard data to access operational data stores directly from the user interface, and can even change data to update actual operational information, Read More

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