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Contextual Workflow Modeling
Activity-based workflow modeling (AWM) is a common and useful modeling technique, whose fundamental drawbacks limit its effectiveness in modeling complex

or modeling  either the Chief Engineer or the Program Manager, but not both, needs to sign off on the document. In other words, the Chief Engineer role and the Program Manager role are interchangeable when it comes to signing off on the document. Suppose further that the swimlanes for the two roles have to remain separate because these roles need to perform role-specific actions in other parts of the workflow. How should the activity diagram in Figure 1 be modified to capture this nuance? It turns out that this Read More
Who’s Got the Better Windows Office Suite? Corel or Microsoft?
There is no one correct answer, both desktop office suites excel in specific areas and pale in others. The contents of this note target the generic corporate

or modeling  Windows Office Suite? Corel or Microsoft? Who’s Got the Better Windows Office Suite? Corel or Microsoft? P. Hayes - May 12 , 2000 Overview: The subject of this note is the never-ending question within desktop office suites, What''s better, Corel''s or Microsoft''s? Generally, this question is answered from an emotional perspective, based entirely on the specific administrator''s and/or end users comfort level. There is no one correct answer, both desktop office suites excel in specific areas and pale in Read More
Buy, Build, or Somewhere Between
Whether an organization buys or builds a resource management solution depends on a number of factors, and both approaches has its pros and cons. There is

or modeling  not paying for features or enhancements for which they do not have a use. This comes with the added benefit of not having to pay ongoing annual license fees (ALF). Object-orientated development techniques that enable a building block approach to creating applications have significantly reduced development time-scales. These factors, combined with cost-effective, off-shore coding shops, have in many cases taken the shine off packaged solutions. The result being that the build option is once again enjoying Read More
It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)
Because business processes are often communicated in an ad hoc and unregulated manner, it can be difficult to standardize processes across organizations

or modeling  integrate with desktop products or interact via email are all capabilities that are a big deal for client/server on-premise BPM deployments, but are virtually irrelevant in software as a service (SaaS) subscription-based deployments. The same goes for integration with third-party integrated development environments (IDE''s) due to the web-based workflow modeling environment within ResponsAbility. Indeed, IDEs like Microsoft Visual Studio are relevant for on-premise programming development, i.e., for Read More
Leveraging Technology to Maintain a Competitive Edge During Tough Economic Times -- A Panel Discussion Analyzed Part Two: Business Process Modeling
Business processes must be enabled across the artificial boundaries of disparate applications that must work together to support these business processes. To

or modeling  piece of new software or technology that will be a must-have in the next five years? (see Part One ) Q2 . Some pundits say the future of enterprise software lies in service-oriented architectures and component applications . True? False? (see Part One ) Q3 . How does the development of new business processes and business process modeling fit in? (see Part Two) Q4 . What are applications hosting and other service models? (see Part Three) Q5 . Radio frequency identification ( RFID ) is on everyone''s mind th Read More
Mobile IT--Commodity or Value-add?
Remote working is not new, but increasing dependence on instant IT access has led to increasing demands for mobile data services. Certainly, these services can

or modeling  IT--Commodity or Value-add? Remote working is not new, but increasing dependence on instant IT access has led to increasing demands for mobile data services. Certainly, these services can be complex, and it is valuable to be insulated from the effects of rapid change. But ultimately, mobile access should be considered as just one aspect of IT usage, rather than as a separate entity. Read More
Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network
With so many sites lacking security, we have put together a list of the leading reasons why businesses and organizations are unable to secure their network. Don

or modeling  Not Securing Your Website or Network Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network L. Taylor - May 23, 2000 Introduction If your company is like most, it has neglected to perform basic due diligence in securing its vital assets. How and why does such a critical part of information technology management get overlooked? The amount of excuses we have discovered is endless. Here are some of the best: No one forced us to do it. Our administrators need to use the security holes to get their work Read More
Selecting an Outsourcing Provider-Art or Science?
As there are many different categories of outsourcing services, there are also many outsourcing providers. With many different aspects to consider, how can a

or modeling  an Outsourcing Provider-Art or Science? Introduction Many companies base their outsourcing provider selection on only one aspect of the outsourcing relationship. Some decide on a perception of cultural fit and on the rapport and relationship developed during the sales cycle between the company''s senior management and the outsource provider''s sales representative and executive team. A number of companies drive their selection process via a checklist-driven, skill-matching process that attempts to Read More
Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 1: Best-of-breed or Suite?
Do executives prefer to purchase business applications as part of an integrated suite or as part of a best-of-breed approach? Are there differences by software

or modeling  Preferences, Part 1: Best-of-breed or Suite? Do executives prefer to purchase business applications as part of an integrated suite or as part of a best-of-breed approach? Are there differences by software category? By region? By company size? How have these preferences changed over time? What are the implications for users and vendors of business applications? Get the answers to these and other questions in this Strategic Perspective from Saugatuck Technology. Read More
Unified Communications Guide: Staying On-Premise or Going to the Cloud
Whether your company has recently migrated from legacy telephony to VoIP or whether it has been on the VoIP path for some time, consideration of unified

or modeling  Communications Guide: Staying On-Premise or Going to the Cloud Whether your company has recently migrated from legacy telephony to VoIP or whether it has been on the VoIP path for some time, consideration of unified communications UC makes sense. While some businesses will be perfectly happy moving over to VoIP, others will want the richer set of benefits that come with UC. Once the decision to go with UC has been made, businesses have to choose between retaining their premise-based environment for Read More
Customer Compliance Demands: Beast of Burden, or New Business Opportunity
Today, compliance pains come from three sources: government, large industrial or retail customers, and even smaller customers who are asking for unique delivery

or modeling  Demands: Beast of Burden, or New Business Opportunity Today, compliance pains come from three sources: government, large industrial or retail customers, and even smaller customers who are asking for unique delivery, packaging, assembly or other services. This white paper presents compliance as an enormous opportunity for the small to medium size business owner. Read it and understand the compliance demands within the distribution environment and how they affect your business. Read More
Rapid Prototyping Or Simply Over-hyping
Having to install an entire suite of software before the strike of Y2K may have made rapid prototyping impractical. However, because we now have the luxury of

or modeling  Prototyping Or Simply Over-hyping Rapid Prototyping Or Simply Over-hyping Featured Author - Joseph J. Strub - November 1, 2003 Introduction Installing software using the rapid prototyping technique offers significant benefits. Results are realized sooner. You are able to visualize the working software early on in the process. A project can be divided into more manageable, doable pieces. As depicted in the model (Figure 1), in the best of all worlds, rapid prototyping should deliver benefits quickly Read More
SAP’s SME Product Marketing Team Tells All (or Most of it, at least)
The recently held SAPPHIRE NOW 2011 event in Orlando, Florida had many newsworthy items with regards to SAP’s solutions for small and medium enterprises

or modeling  in a dozen countries or so ( after initial hiccups and faltering ). For its part, the proven lower-end SAP BusinessOne offering has reached a whopping 30,000 customers worldwide. The upper-end product for SMEs, SAP Business All-in-One , which packages functionality from the flagship SAP ERP product (i.e., the two products have the exact same DNA), continues to do well in its target markets. The product has lately been bolstered by 22 (and many more coming soon) SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions (SAP RDS) , Read More
Productivity or Pain: Measuring the Value of Mobile Investment
Most organizations have already taken steps to extend IT access to employees in remote locations. The questions is, should they continue to extend this process

or modeling  or Pain: Measuring the Value of Mobile Investment Most organizations have already taken steps to extend IT access to employees in remote locations. The questions is, should they continue to extend this process—and how? Mobile technology benefits are often difficult to measure, but the costs of hardware, software, and services are often of such a magnitude that the benefits need to be tangible to justify the cost. Read More
Rewrite or Wrap-Around Old Software? Part Two: Extending to the Web and Challenges
Product functionality still quite matters, and while it is important for enterprise applications providers to implement the latest computer science

or modeling  or Wrap-Around Old Software? Part Two: Extending to the Web and Challenges Event Summary There is a small group of vendors with brave and fresh ideas, which are by no means the prerogative of the biggest and the richest. This group has chosen to rewrite their applications on a new, possibly future-proof application framework. The intent of these visionary vendors is to address the ever increasing market awareness of the following facts: That almost every business changes, and that software must Read More

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