Sunday, June 28, 2009

How to Succeed by Trying

1. Be clear about what you are trying to accomplish and what are the business drivers.

2. Involve business and IT groups early (planning stage) in the process.

3. Take every opportunity to improve the business processes and keep technology innovation as a lower level objective.

4. Keep projects short so that you can measure success/failure.

5. Base transition strategies on investments that are already necessary.

6. Get sponsorship/buy-in from senior management.

7. Do not forget/underestimate the people issues.

8. Overinvest in end-user support.

9. Use information technologies as enablers and not as drivers of change.

10. Pay special attention to reuse of existing resources including legacy.
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Reference:

Umar, Amjad. 1999. "Application Reengineering: Building Web-Based Applications and Dealing with Legacies." http://compnetworking.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http://www.networkcomputing.com/netdesign/1005part3.html (Accessed June 28, 2009).

Saturday, June 20, 2009

web: WebServices - Axis

"Open Source means that you get the source, but that there is no formal support organisation to help you when things go wrong. " (20 June 2009) http://ws.apache.org/axis/java/install.html or http://snipurl.com/kiriw

WebServices - Axis


Open Source means that you get the source, but that there is no formal support organisation to help you when things go wrong.