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Integration Consortium
The Integration Consortium is a non-profit, leading industry body responsible for influencing the direction of the integration industry. Its members champion Integration Acumen by establishing standards, guidelines, best practices, research and the articulation of strategic and measurable business benefits. The Integration Consortium's motto is "Forging Integration Value." The mission of the member-driven Integration Consortium is to establish universal seamless integration which engages industry stakeholders from the business and technology community. Among the sectors represented in the Integration Consortium membership are end-user corporations, independent software vendors (ISVs), hardware vendors, system integrators, academic institutions, non-profit institutions and individual members as well as various industry leaders. Information on the Integration Consortium is available at www.integrationconsortium.org or via e-mail at info@integrationconsortium.org.



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Evaluation Criteria for Mainframe SOA
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Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
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Thoughts from the Integration Consortium::
How to Take Advantage of SOA - Now
Column published on August 2005 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Mainframe Integration without Compromise
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Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
SMEs Can Benefit from Integration - It is not Exclusively for the Larger Enterprises
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Thoughts from the Integration Consortium::
Clearing the Fog Over Service-Oriented Architecture: What Comprises an SOA?
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Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Enterprise Wireless Strategies: Five Key Things to Consider Before Implementation
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Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
The Problem with Best-of-Breed Integration Solutions
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Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
The Importance of Security to Mitigate Risk
Column published on February 2005 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Integration Competency Centers
Column published on January 2005 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Web Services Evolvement – The Baby Starts Walking and Talking
Column published on December 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Smart Services for RFID
Column published on November 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Sarbanes-Oxley Act and IT: Why There is No "I" in "SOX Team"
Column published on September 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Enterprise Information Integration: A New Definition
Column published on September 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
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Column published on August 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Web Services-Based Integration, Part I
Column published on July 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the Integration Consortium:
Service Oriented Architecture ? The Right Side Up
Column published on June 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the EAI Consortium:
UBI Delivering Real-World Results, Part 2
Column published on May 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the EAI Consortium:
Moving to Universal Business Integration, Part 1
Column published on April 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the EAI Consortium:
Integration Everywhere ? How SOA is Altering the Direction of EAI
Column published on March 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the EAI Consortium Leaders:
Avoiding EAI Disasters
Column published on February 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the EAI Consortium:
An Introduction to the True Definition of Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)
Column published on January 2004 in DM Review Online

Thoughts from the EAI Consortium:
UBI Delivering Real-World Results, Part 2
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