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ESB-CON: Hear 3 Top Integration CTOs on August 20

On August 20, the industry's top CTOs for ESB and SOA will speak at the next edition of the online ESB-CON conference series. ESB-CON 8 features IBM WebSphere CTO Jerry Cuomo, Progress Software CTO Hub Vandervoort and Sun Microsystems CTO for SOA and Integration, in two-hours of discussion and Q&A on how next-generation ESBs and intelligent integration are unlocking business value for F1000 firms.

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Survey: CIOs, Execs Want Better IT Agility

A recent survey finds CEOs and CIOs are unsatisfied with how their companies respond to business changes. The survey asked 320 execs to gauge their company strengths and weaknesses to responding to marketplace pressures. IDN looks at where say IT can help, and even where they say IT may be hurting.

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Survey: Execs View IT as a Game Changer

A June survey finds CEOs and CIOs are unsatisfied with how their companies respond to business changes. The survey asked 320 execs to gauge their company strengths and weaknesses to responding to marketplace pressures. IDN looks at where say IT can help, and even where they say IT may be hurting.

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F500 Dev Outsourcing in for Changes

Major U.S. IT outsourcing firms, including Accenture and IBM, will face tougher competition from specialized and offshore firms over the next two years, says a report just released from AMR Research. One big reason for this shift: F1000 firms are now willing to break up their mega-outsourcing 1-source contracts, and issue many smaller projects to best-of-breed providers.

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ESB-CON: Due Diligence Day – Jan. 26, 2006

ESB-CON Due Diligence Day is a one-day online "Virtual Conference and Technology Showcase, scheduled for Thursday January 26, 2006. ESB-CON will, for the first time in one place, bring together all the top players in the ESB space to deliver their vision of how ESBs can transform SOA and Enterprise IT.

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Spring Powers LogicBlaze Component-Based ESB

LogicBlaze is bringing the power of the Spring framework to ESBs (Enterprise Service Buses), bringing a wide-open approach to component-based integration for all sorts of legacy and SOA architectures. See how Spring's ability to let architects and devs design and build Java apps through abstraction could let devs do up-the-stack integration ?for protocols and transports, data, application logic and even business logic.

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