From a linear, narrow workflow to a task-centric workflow to advanced workflow software that integrates additional technologies, workflow has been integral since it was first introduced as a way to manage business processes. Read on to see how workflow has evolved over the past couple decades.
IBM’s Business Automation Workflow (BAW) is a combination of IBM Case Manager (ICM) and IBM Business Process Manager (BPM). This means that IBM has brought case management and BPM features into a single tool: BAW. Read on to see what you need to know to begin taking advantage of BAW’s new features.
With the DBA platform, IBM has carefully brought together their “best in breed” functions. All the products now easily integrate to provide full automation functionality as a single unit. Read on to see how to upgrade to IBM DBA seamlessly.
If enterprise content management (ECM) is your priority, let this list of ECM-focused sessions be a starting point for building your perfect IBM Think agenda!
EDS (External Data Services) is an interface within IBM Content Navigator that allows users to access data from external data sources. Eric Moore explains why users should avoid EDS when it’s “stateless” and how it can be made “stateful” to improve business processes.