Explaining the benefits and possibilities open to a Web-enbled organization, this text shows managers how to take full advantage of Internet-based technologies. Coverage includes best practices, and shows how to integrate existing applications with web-based systems. Case studies and checklists are provided as are explanations of the importance of the Intranet and use of groupware across the Web. The book includes WEAPON (Web-enabled application programmed on the Net), a framework - or a set of standards - that corporate information systems shops can use to transform the company into a Web-enabled enterprise. It also covers intranets, groupware, commerce and Internet client/server.
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A Step-By-Step Guide for Corporations to Accelerate the Software Development Life Cycle. Get in on the next big wave in corporate computing and find out how to integrate corporate Web applications and business strategy! This how-to guide explores the impact of the World Wide Web on IS management in the corporate setting and explains how IS can use the Web for enterprise applications-enabling your business to enter into closer relationships with your customers, partners, and suppliers and respond rapidly to changing business conditions with your customers, partners, and suppliers and respond rapidly to changing business conditions with new information systems. You'll find out how the Web can transform the way your company uses information technology to build business solutions with step-by-step coverage of intranets, groupware, collaborative technologies, and Internet client/server computing. Authors Coen and Hoogenboom take you through the stages of WEAPON (Web-Enabled Applications Programmed On the Net) and use best practices illustrating those stages to show IT managers how to make their company Web-enabled and then how to develop Web-based business systems rapidly for maximum business success. Coverage includes: trends in the Net... the road to WEE (Web-Enabled Enterprise)... key issues to be addressed... communicating the value of web-enablement... business readiness for planning a Web strategy... envisioning, designing, and developing your Web-enabled system... entry and exit checklists... and important pointers on specific roles and skills you need to master. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Robert Coen (Deerfield Beach, FL) is chief technology officer for Cap Gemini America. He is Manager of Cap Gemini's Internet, Business Intelligence, and Knowledge Management offering and is the lead author of Cap Gemini's Client/Server Delivery Framework. Mark C. Hoogenboom (The Netherlands) is a consultant at Cap Gemini Netherlands. He is responsible for developing supporting technologies for client/server systems. His specialty is designing and developing distributed systems using iterative and rapid development techniques.
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Book Description Computing McGraw-Hill, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0070117748
Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 62nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070117748