Articles published in CIO

SOA at OppenheimerFunds
By  •  October 7, 2008  •  CIO •  1,789 words

OppenheimerFunds used to have a data entry efficiency problem. Address changes that customers made on its website had to be manually re-entered into a variety of back-end systems before they went into effect. “Our business was growing — that was the good news,” said Geoff Youell, the firm’s assistant vice president of architecture. But due […]

Open Source – China’s Bet on Linux
By and  •  October 15, 2005  •  CIO •  560 words

(With Sumner Lemon) As China prepares to become a full member of the World Trade Organization, the Beijing government is trying to prove to the West that it is serious about reducing software piracy. And so China’s government agencies and businesses are turning to Linux as their desktop operating system of choice, a trend with […]