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7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation
Enterprises of all sizes are adopting Internet protocol (IP) telephony for cost savings and productivity gains—but high quality voice service takes more than

100mbps switch  Ethernet network, whether 10Mbps, 100Mbps or Gigabit Ethernet. You may need to upgrade older routers, switches or servers. Limit or eliminate broadcast or chatty protocols such as IPX, which add considerable unnecessary traffic VLANs will improve voice quality on the LAN. By setting up voice traffic to run in separate VLANs, IT managers can separate delay-sensitive voice traffic from data traffic right from the IP phones all the way through the switched network. Setting up voice traffic in a separate Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 3
When deploying any new system, preparation is key—and Internet protocol telephony (IPT) systems are no exception. Part 3 of this 4-part e-book series provides

100mbps switch  backbones of corporate networks. 100Mbps to the desktop is commonplace. Many pundits and technologists have argued that with the exponential increases in optical networking, we have achieved a glut of bandwidth. Some have even proclaimed that bandwidth is free, although we all seem to be paying a higher price that we would like to pay. Certainly any IT manager who pays for WAN circuits will tell you bandwidth is not free. Bandwidth is a finite resource in your network. CPU processing cycles are finite Read More...
E-Business Suite: Mixed-Mode Manufacturing (ERP) Competitor Analysis Report
The mixed-mode manufacturing ERP knowledge base addresses diverse criteria for multiple types of production environments and strategies. Companies that need to

100mbps switch  Business Suite: Mixed-Mode Manufacturing (ERP) Competitor Analysis Report The mixed-mode manufacturing ERP knowledge base addresses diverse criteria for multiple types of production environments and strategies. Companies that need to switch production without interrupting their operations may seek both discrete and process manufacturing requirements of their ERP solution. These may include mixing, separating, forming, or performing chemical reactions, as well as functionality for production planning, Read More...
“It’s a Notebook!” “It’s a Paperweight!” “Wait - It’s Both!”
Some Toshiba notebook buyers got a nasty surprise when they found their Intel CPU had died. Will Toshiba switch from “Intel Inside” to “AMD Instead”?

100mbps switch  Intel,toshiba,satellite manufacturers,toshiba product problem,toshiba notebook,CPU failures,Mobile Module One,over-voltage tripping,mobile product marketing,customer satisfaction,notebook manufacturers,notebook problems,Toshiba Tecra,Satellite notebooks,toshiba laptop Read More...
Lakeview Technology Inc.
Founded in 1990, Lakeview Technology provides availability management solutions and services for the IBM(r) AS/400(r) midrangesystem. The company's flagship

100mbps switch  Technology Inc. Founded in 1990, Lakeview Technology provides availability management solutions and services for the IBM(r) AS/400(r) midrange system. The company's flagship product suite, MIMIX(r), maintains a real-time copy of a production system's databases and objects on a hot backup. In the event of a planned or unplanned production system outage, MIMIX can switch users to the backup within seconds. The vendor addresses such issues as high availability, continuous operations, disaster Read More...
An IFRS Fable: The Company That Waited Too Long
Many US companies find themselves acting like “Wait-and-See, Inc.” They interpret the switch from US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to IFRS as

100mbps switch  IFRS Fable: The Company That Waited Too Long Many US companies find themselves acting like “Wait-and-See, Inc.” They interpret the switch from US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to IFRS as a matter of compliance rather than an opportunity to become more globally competitive by improving key internal processes. But transitioning to IFRS offers many benefits beyond compliance. Find out what those benefits are, and how your company can harness them. Read More...
ISL Trunking: Automatic Traffic Management at the Heart of the SAN
Permanent node-to-node data paths through a service area network (SAN) fabric are surprisingly inefficient. Some interswitch links (ISLs) become oversubscribed,

100mbps switch  Trunking: Automatic Traffic Management at the Heart of the SAN Permanent node-to-node data paths through a service area network (SAN) fabric are surprisingly inefficient. Some interswitch links (ISLs) become oversubscribed, while others are underused, and don’t allow you to maximize the function of your existing switch investments. Unclog your SAN’s data paths—and increase reliability and availability, as well as your return on investment. Read More...
Meeting the Challenge: Planning for IFRS Conversion
Over 100 countries now require or permit International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) reporting. Companies preparing to make this challenging switch will

100mbps switch  the Challenge: Planning for IFRS Conversion Meeting the Challenge : Planning for IFRS Conversion If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Sage provides business software, services and support to small and medium sized businesses. Whilst our heritage is in the small business market we also have the experience and expertise to meet the needs of specific industries and larger organisations. Source : Sage Resources Related Read More...
Insider’s Guide to Buying a Business Phone System
Is your company paying too much for its phone service? If you’re using a big service provider and still making calls over the Public Switched Telephone Network

100mbps switch  Guide to Buying a Business Phone System Is your company paying too much for its phone service? If you’re using a big service provider and still making calls over the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN—the traditional landline system), it probably is. Did you know you could slash up to 50% off of your company’s phone bill by changing to Voice over IP (VoIP)? In this paper, we’ll discuss what VoIP is, and how it can save your business money if you switch to it. Read More...
Palm IPO: 3Com’s morning after, or “Do you know the way to San Jose?”
What does 3Com do now that Palm, Inc. is gone? Find someone else in the neighborhood to play with. Cisco is just next door.

100mbps switch  IPO: 3Com’s morning after, or “Do you know the way to San Jose?” Event Summary (Thursday, March 2, 2000 - Reuters) Shares of Palm Inc. skyrocketed the day after its highly anticipated initial public offering, giving Palm a stock market value of US$53.4B. The stock soared from its IPO price of $38 to open at $150 and trade as high as $165 on Nasdaq. The stock ended up 57-1/16 at 95-1/16, making it the third-biggest percentage gainer and the fourth most active issue on the Nasdaq. Late Wednesday, Read More...
Top 10 Reasons to Take Your Field Service to the Cloud
Field service organizations both large and small are flocking to the cloud. They are abandoning on-premise software and simplifying technology so they can focus

100mbps switch  10 Reasons to Take Your Field Service to the Cloud Field service organizations both large and small are flocking to the cloud. They are abandoning on-premise software and simplifying technology so they can focus on what’s important: making customers happy. Here are 10 reasons why they have made the switch and why you need to take your field service organization to the cloud . . . or get left behind. Download the white paper and find out. Read More...
The Return on Investment of IP Telephony Management
Managing a newly deployed voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) integration project is not as easy as some IT managers believe it to be. Delivering voice traffic

100mbps switch  Return on Investment of IP Telephony Management The Return on Investment of IP Telephony Management If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. There are many horror stories around VoIP and IP telephony deployment . There are also many successes. PROGNOSIS management and monitoring tools make the difference.Successful VoIP deployment relies on careful planning, thoughtful infrastructure preparation, and a management platform Read More...
Mortice Kern Systems Goes Vertical (Sky, that is)
Mortice Kern Systems (MKS), long known for their expertise in porting UNIX environments (for instance, a Korn Shell or a CGI script) to native Windows NT and

100mbps switch  Kern Systems Goes Vertical (Sky, that is) Mortice Kern Systems Goes Vertical (Sky, that is) M. Reed - September 14, 2000 Event Summary Mortice Kern Systems (MKS), long known for their expertise in porting UNIX environments (for instance, a Korn Shell (KSH) script or a CGI script) to native Windows NT and Windows 2000, and supporting the full POSIX.2 specification, has expanded into the world of e-business. They have created a new wholly owned subsidiary called Vertical Sky, which is marketing a Read More...
IP Telephony 201: The Nuts and Bolts of VoIP
In IP Telephony 101, I looked at the pros and cons of IP telephony, and a few of the considerations you should explore before making the switch to VoIP.We

100mbps switch  Telephony 201: The Nuts and Bolts of VoIP In IP Telephony 101 , I looked at the pros and cons of IP telephony, and a few of the considerations you should explore before making the switch to VoIP. We’ll turn now to the nitty-gritty of VoIP systems: the architecture, the equipment, the network structure, the software, and what you can expect to pay. But before we start, let’s get WAN and LAN out of the way. A LAN (local area network) serves a small geographic area (such as a localized group of Read More...
Voice over IP Manageability
The average personal computer (PC) costs an enterprise $10,000 (USD) per year to own and maintain—five times the purchase price of the hardware and software! Is

100mbps switch  over IP Manageability Voice over IP Manageability If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. ShoreTel's VoIP system is based on a distributed architecture designed for reliability and manageability , and includes ergonomically designed phones, state-of-the-art, highly reliable switches, and feature-rich software for enterprise-class functionality at a low total cost of ownership. Source : Shoretel Resources Related to Voice Read More...

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