Information Architecture with XML: A Management Strategy

Information Architecture with XML: A Management Strategy

by Peter Brown, Peter Pappamikail, P. J. Brown
     
 

XML has been introduced into many enterprises by stealth, through the IT back door and with little management overview or buy-in.  This book proposes an alternative: a management-driven strategy.  Its emphasis is on the ends (information management) rather than means (technology).  It focuses on the need for high-level co-operation

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Overview

XML has been introduced into many enterprises by stealth, through the IT back door and with little management overview or buy-in.  This book proposes an alternative: a management-driven strategy.  Its emphasis is on the ends (information management) rather than means (technology).  It focuses on the need for high-level co-operation between all business units and services within an organisation and shows how XML can be both a technology and business integrator.  The benefits it can bring are high levels of interoperability, not only between data and text but also between application processes, business logic and entire information systems.

The books looks at:

  • why information management is important
  • what XML has to offer the business manager
  • how to build an XML Framework
  • specific areas where intelligent use of XML will pay dividends

 

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“...The author…speaks from a wealth of experience…” (ACCU, 13TH February 2005)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471486794
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
06/28/2003
Pages:
344
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.53(h) x 0.70(d)

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