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Light Touch, Firm Impression: Switch from Paper Systems to IT, but Keep the Business Process Script

The automation of traditional paper-based processes with technology can lead to unnecessary complexity. This leads to increased costs and other challenges which can be avoided if solutions are simple and fit closely to the business task in hand. Read More

Make the Switch: How to Make Your Life Easier with SourceAnywhere Standalone

Microsoft Visual SourceSafe (VSS) is a popular tool for the Windows platform that offers essential version control features and helps promote team collaboration. However, while it performs certain functions well, it’s not optimized for remote access, lacks many critical security features, and suffers from stability problems. Find out why many developers are now switching from VSS to SourceAnywhere Standalone. Read More

6 Reasons to Switch to Cloud-based Expense Management

Many businesses have begun to realize the extent of the benefits offered to them by automated expense management. These programs—which allow expense information to be stored digitally and expense reports to be generated automatically—are about to become standard across all sectors of industry. Here are six ways cloud-based expense management can benefit companies. Read More

6 Steps to Switch From Spreadsheets to Cloud-based Expense Management

The manual process of using spreadsheets for managing expenses has had its advantages, especially before the rise of automated cloud-based expense management software. For many companies, the time, costs, and risk of inaccuracy in the spreadsheet method can lead to the decision to switch.

This e-book outlines 6 key steps to follow to make as efficient and cost-effective a transition as possible. The first step is identifying the problems with an enterprise’s current expense management... Read More

Building Open SANs with Multi-switch Fabrics

The ratification of standards is important to any industry. Now, in the realm of storage area networks (SANs), new standards are being put in place to ensure user-friendly and heterogeneous fibre channel switches that allow for multiple vendors and increased interoperability. Before incorporating a multi-switch fabric into your SAN, however, you should know the whys, whats, and hows involved. Read More

US Sporting Goods Retailer Plans Switch to Oracle Retail

Today Oracle unveiled some of the details of its new contract with Finish Line, Inc.—one of the leading US-based retailers of sports footware, apparel, and accessories. This retail chain will acquire a whole range of Oracle Retail software solutions, including Oracle Retail Merchandising, Planning, and Stores. The company is currently using legacy applications that have some obvious Read More

Layer 3 or Bust

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  • Written By: G. Duhaime
  • Published: June 12 2000
Extreme Networks has once again seized the number one position in Layer 3 Ports shipped for the first quarter of 2000. Read More

Zoning: The Key to Flexible SAN Management

The days of storage area networks (SANs) built with hubs and based on private, arbitrated loops are gone. Today’s fully public switches—which include a variety of switch features—make managing large SANs a lot easier. The key to a flexible SAN is the switch’s ability to create zones, which allows the SAN to be partitioned into various groupings and enables SAN managers to allocate storage where it makes the most sense. Read More

6 Days After Advisory Posted, AboveNet Gets Hit

Once a security advisory gets posted, vendors need to work quickly to rectify the problem. Security engineers are not the only ones reading the advisories. There are cybercriminals who wait for advisories to come out, and take advantage of woe-be-gone networks that have not yet been patched. Read More

Extreme Networks BlackDiamond Product of the Year

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  • Written By: G. Duhaime
  • Published: May 25 2000
Network Magazine announced that Extreme Networks BlackDiamond 6800 was the Enterprise Backbone Device of the year. Read More
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