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Major retailers today face a major challenge to manage and distribute goods from suppliers around the world. What systems enable big business to keep in touch with latest sales information from their stores? How are Internet and Web technologies and their associated applications used in practice? This album explores how these technologies are changing the way businesses operate internally and externally. The seven video tracks examine a Tesco supply chain and present an insider's view of web services in a variety of environments - including IVIS (creators of Tesco direct), Deutsche bank and IBM. This material forms part of the course T320, Ebusiness technologies: foundations and practice.

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

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Track 1: Ebusiness technologies: foundations and practice

A short introduction to this album.

© The Open University 2008

Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 Ebusiness technologies: foundations and practice    A short introduction to this album. Play now Ebusiness technologies: foundations and practice
2 Tesco    Examining the the importance of a well managed supply chain for big business. Play now Tesco
3 The lettuce supplier    A trusting relationship. How produce is reared and delivered, the pressures of market demands and the contract with Tesco. Play now The lettuce supplier
4 Web services in practice    A look at web services from the developers' perspective: interoperativity, reuse, open message exchange and security. Play now Web services in practice
5 Customer Security    Developers discuss legislative compliance, point to point connections, HTTPS and SSL network based solutions and authentication methods. Play now Customer Security
6 Redefining the Profession    Practical issues when building an appropriate service. The importance of setting standards and devising a professional infrastructure. Play now Redefining the Profession
7 Ebusiness in Practice    What is Service Oriented Architecture? Developers of Tesco Direct at IVIS and an SOA evangelist at IBM explain SOA's Play now Ebusiness in Practice
8 What SOA offers    Developers identify the pitfalls for businesses and the advantages of Business Process Management. What are the future trends around SOA? Play now What SOA offers




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