All posts by: Judith Hurwitz

About Judith Hurwitz

Judith Hurwitz is an author, speaker and business technology consultant with decades of experience.

May 25, 2004

Creating Containers for Service Oriented Architectures

by Judith S. Hurwitz In the old days when we built applications, it was  from the perspective of the specific problem they solved.  An application might be built to enable a company to bill its customers and pass payment on to suppliers; an application would be created to capture credit information or to create a […]

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March 25, 2004

Microsoft’s dynamic response strategy: planning for cohesion

How does Microsoft fit into the new world of dynamically responsive systems? To understand how Microsoft plays a part in this realm of Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), it is necessary to look at the implications of Microsoft’s .NETstrategy. It is clear that they have taken the notion of a loosely coupled, service oriented architecture to […]

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January 26, 2004

What’s ahead in 2004: Innovation and Pramatism

In 2003 the software economy came to a virtual standstill. Buyers continued to hold back on software acquisitions – purchasing only the essentials. While 2004 will be a much better market for software, customers will continue to demand that products can make a significant contribution to the bottom line. Therefore, I do not see customers […]

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