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Bloor has a library of over 1,000 published research papers that provide incisive but cost effective decision support information. Our research publications can help your organisation by giving you:

  • Greater insight into the business issues technology is addressing
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Cover for COMPAQ New Directions

COMPAQ New Directions
Published: 1st September 1999 | By: Martin Brampton
Michael Capellas has now been CEO of Compaq for six weeks, following substantial losses and the resignation of former CEO Eckhard Pfeiffer.  He and his executive team have been outlining their plans for carrying the company forward. Compaq is a…

Cover for Informix Dynamic Server Universal Data & the Web

Informix Dynamic Server Universal Data & the Web
Published: 1st August 1999 | By: Rob Hailstone
Here we concentrate on the features and options that are fundamental to web-enabled and e-commerce applications, as well as those requiring extended-relational capabilities. We look particularly at the additional requirements of On-line Transaction Processing when it is extended by the…

Cover for Informix i.Informix

Informix i.Informix
Published: 1st August 1999 | By: Robin Bloor
This review considers Informix’s specifically Internet directed line of business products. These are i.Sell, which is a Shopping Mall application, and i.Reach, which is designed to support the creation of a corporate information repository.

Cover for Oracle, A review of Oracle’s strategy & recent developments

Oracle, A review of Oracle’s strategy & recent developments
Published: 1st August 1999 | By: Robin Bloor
Recent announcements from Oracle show a consolidation of its strategy and products aimed at the Internet technology marketplace. The company is continuing to put in place a very broad and far reaching technology infrastructure, positioning the company as more of…

Cover for IBM San Francisco Framework (e-Components)

IBM San Francisco Framework (e-Components)
Published: 1st August 1999 | By: Robin Bloor
IBM’s e-Components (previously known as the San Francisco Framework) is a business level, component framework providing processes and services implemented in Java. It is targeted principally at IBM’s Value Added Reseller (VAR) market. Following development work spanning the last two…

Cover for Candle Corporation

Candle Corporation
Published: 1st August 1999 | By: Martin Brampton
Candle is a provider of software and services to enable the connection, integration and management of applications on mainframes and distributed systems.

Cover for Landmark

Published: 1st July 1999 | By: Martin Brampton
Landmark is a performance management software vendor specialising in the monitoring and management of application, system and enterprise systems performance. The company emphasises the ability to measure end to end performance as a crucial factor in service management. Landmark is…

Cover for Cyberdesk

Published: 1st July 1999 | By: Martin Brampton
Cyberdesk has reinvented itself as the first UK company providing end-to-end eBusiness reengineering.  It supports the claim through a joint venture with PSINet, the business oriented Internet Service Provider. Cyberdesk was formerly a consultancy-led services company.

Cover for enCommerce

Published: 1st July 1999 | By:
enCommerce is the supplier of getAccess, a single sign on application for Web portals. The company has had recent success with Egg and Nomura in the UK.

Cover for Nortel Networks: An Evolving eBusiness

Nortel Networks: An Evolving eBusiness
Published: 1st July 1999 | By: Dale Vile
Nortel is aiming to distance itself from its competition through embracing eBusiness and by overhauling the management of its customer relationships. It is attempting to achieve a significant improvement in customer experiences, which it plans to do mainly through greater…

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