Maintaining compatibility among all affected network and application interfaces of modern enterprise systems can quickly become costly and overwhelming. This handbook presents the knowledge and practical experience of a global group of experts from varying disciplines to help you plan and implement enterprise integration projects that respond to bu
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Defining Systems Integration. The Dawn of a New Ecosystem of Communications. TECHNOLOGIES FOR NETWORKING, NETWORK MANAGEMENT, AND QUALITY ASSURANCE. Fundamentals of Enterprise Networks. Next Generation Networks in Enterprises. Mobile Middleware in Enterprise Systems. Secure Wireless Access to Services in Enterprise Networks. An Introduction to Network and Service Management. Monitoring Quality of Service in Enterprise Multicast Networks. Platforms for Enterprise Servers. Software Reliability and Risk Management. SOFTWARE AND SERVICE ARCHITECTURES. Software Architectures for Enterprise Applications. Service-Oriented Enterprise Modeling and Analysis. Granting Flexibility to Business Process Management. Architectures for Cross-Enterprise Business Integration. Enterprise Application Integration and Service-Oriented Architecture Integration Scenarios. ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS. Integrating the Web and Enterprise Systems. Enterprise Systems Integration in Telecommunications. Leveraging Applications for Successful Customer Relationship. Radio Frequency Identification Technology. Radio-Frequency Identification Applications and Case Studies. STANDARDS. Information Modeling in Production Management: The ISO 15531 MANDATE Standard. Standards for International Trade and Enterprise Interoperability. Standards for Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce. MANAGEMENT OF INTEGRATION. Managing Implementation issues in Enterprise Resource Planning Projects. Introducing Complex Technologies into the Enterprise: The Case of RFID. Managing Virtual Project Teams: Recent Findings. Salvaging Projects in Trouble. CONCLUSIONS. The Future of Enterprise System Integration.