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Windows 2000 Releases to Manufacturing - Finally
Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it finished work on its long-awaited Windows 2000 operating system (a/k/a Win2K), wrapping up a long and painful development

98 to xp  OS release (even Win 98), there will be a lot of initial adopters . We believe this number will be greater than usual due to the pent-up demand caused by Win2K being so late. However, because of recent Y2K efforts, a number of IS/IT managers (in banks, for example) want to take a brief break from pushing their companies into system-wide upgrades. The Win2K upgrade is characterized by some as much more than your typical upgrade - a company's enterprise-wide network structure would probably have to be al 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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Rewrite or Wrap-Around Old Software? Part Two: Extending to the Web and Challenges
Product functionality still quite matters, and while it is important for enterprise applications providers to implement the latest computer science

98 to xp  exhibit the boxy Windows 98 metaphor. Indeed, .NET technology makes it easier for developers to produce rich, vividly colorful user interfaces, since .NET makes it easy to use the new richer-detailed 48 x 48-pixel icons, color gradients that fade from one color to another, and rich and finely detailed graphs and charts. Also, .NET software is inherently speedier, especially when accessing Microsoft SQL Server databases, but it is not very likely that these will be compelling reasons for ordinary, non IT Read More...
Cincom Sticks to CONTROL of ETO and MRO Part 2: Market Impact
Cincom's latest product release covers many new bases, is architecturally adequate and remains a well-attuned offering for ETO and MRO enterprises. While it is

98 to xp  web-based system on Windows 98, NT, 2000 clients, with an NT Server, while database is Oracle or MS SQL Server. This concludes Part 2 of a 3-part note on Cincom Systems. Part 1 detailed the recent announcements. Part 3 will discuss the challenges faced by Cincom and make User Recommendations. Read More...
U.S. vs. Microsoft - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But Not That Hard
An updated study projects a potential Microsoft antitrust breakup to increase software costs US$30B. It's not nearly that high.

98 to xp  to mean that Windows 98, for example, has 60% more features than Windows 95, released three years earlier. It doesn't . User Recommendations This study presumes a number of worst-case scenarios to reach forecasted costs of US$30B. However, we believe a contingent annual risk factor of $5.09 per installed user to be miniscule. Current and future users and adopters of Microsoft Windows need not fear the financial implications of a potential breakup remedy. This is just more fear, uncertainty and doubt that Read More...
ReadyGo WCB + Suite
Content experts may use ReadyGo Web Course Builder's wizard-like interface to create a e-learning courses that include navigation, chapters, pages, exercises

98 to xp  runs on Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, or NT. Producing courses in standard HTML and JavaScript, which make it easy for students using standard Web browsers to take courses. No special technology is needed to serve a ReadyGo course; courses reside on a CD, hard drive, intranet, extranet, or Internet web server. All courses produced meet standards including AICC, SCORM, XML, and ADA/508 for blind-readers. ReadyGo's Server Side Testing works with ReadyGo WCB. SST provides student registration, tracking of test a Read More...
CMS Is to Content as SOA Is to Enterprise Applications
There’s no disputing the fact that content management systems (CMS) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) are closely related. From reuse, the ability to

98 to xp  Is to Content as SOA Is to Enterprise Applications There’s no disputing the fact that content management systems (CMS) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) are closely related. From reuse, the ability to loosely couple service and functions, to being able to combine services into a new form, SOA and CMS share many common threads in the enterprise world. Find out how the forces that have made SOA so important today are now doing the same for CMS in web site management. Read More...
Product Developers Need to Shift to an All-Digital Mindset
Over the past several decades, processes to design and build cars, airplanes, and other products have typically followed a linear, sequential path. But the

98 to xp  Developers Need to Shift to an All-Digital Mindset Over the past several decades, processes to design and build cars, airplanes, and products used in various other industries have typically followed a linear, sequential path. This process typically started with product research, ideation, and concept development, followed by design and development, prototype and validation, leading to production, launch, operation, and, eventually, product retirement. Although widely used and straightforward, the Read More...
IPSec VPNs for Extranets: Not what you want to wake up next to
In general VPNs are ill suited to building multi-company extranets, for any situation that extends across organizational boundaries, or where there is

98 to xp  VPNs for Extranets: Not what you want to wake up next to Business Drivers for Extranets The market for extranet connections is growing because corporations are motivated to: Extend their B2B connections to existing partners (Today, an average of only 37% of corporations are connected with their business partners, usually with basic data exchanges such as EDI VANs (1) )   Expand these connections beyond data exchanges to direct real-time access of data and applications   Connect with new partners as Read More...
To BI or not to BI
Nowadays a company should not even question whether it needs business intelligence (BI) or not. Those who do not have it yet should include it in their future

98 to xp  BI or not to BI Nowadays a company should not even question whether it needs business intelligence (BI) or not. Those who do not have it yet should include it in their future strategies, while those who do have it should search for ways to make BI work at its full potential. You Don’t Have It Yet? Let's first analyze and understand why a company may not have BI: 1. BI is too expensive If this is what has been preventing you from acquiring BI, it’s not a valid reason. There are free BI tools, such as Read More...
Three Simple Steps to Rev Up Your “Stay at Work/Return to Work” Program
For most midsize and large companies, a “stay at work/return to work” (SAW/RTW) program has become a necessity. The impact of unscheduled absence within

98 to xp  Simple Steps to Rev Up Your “Stay at Work/Return to Work” Program For most midsize and large companies, a “stay at work/return to work” (SAW/RTW) program has become a necessity. The impact of unscheduled absence within business operations can be severe, resulting in disrupted workflow and reduced productivity or output. Implementing a SAW/RWT program to properly manage absence and disability can address these and other issues, significantly reducing costs. Learn more about the benefits. BEGINL Read More...
How to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment
In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM, Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the

98 to xp  to Make People More Willing to Share Knowledge in Their PLM Environment In Why Some People Don’t Like PLM , Graham McCall said that some product lifecycle management (PLM) users’ reluctance to share knowledge with others is the obstacle toward higher acceptance of PLM. I thought his point made perfect sense, and my instant reaction was to ask myself: How can this problem be resolved? Ideally, a PLM system is a platform for people to work together. This means that knowledge sharing is mutually Read More...
8 Questions to Ask to Successfully Negotiate a Phone System Deal
Learn how to get the right phone system for your company's requirements in 8 Questions to Ask to Successfully Negotiate a Phone System Deal.

98 to xp  Questions to Ask to Successfully Negotiate a Phone System Deal Getting the wrong business phone system can be a costly, long-term mistake. Learn how to get the right phone system for your company's requirements in 8 Questions to Ask to Successfully Negotiate a Phone System Deal . From cost, service, and support considerations to features and future scalability, you'll know what to ask to get everything you need—from the right vendor, at the right price. Download your PDF copy of 8 Questions to Ask to Read More...
Ariba Network to Move to SAP HANA
In keeping with its strategy to move everything to the cloud—and to the in-memory SAP HANA platform—SAP recently announced plans to move the Ariba Network to

98 to xp  Network to Move to SAP HANA In keeping with its strategy to move everything to the cloud—and to the in-memory SAP HANA platform—SAP recently announced plans to move the Ariba Network to HANA by the end of 2014. With 1.5 million companies in over 190 countries conducting over half a trillion in commerce on an annual basis, the Ariba Network is by far the largest and most global business-to-business (B2B) trading platform in the world. And with the move to HANA, it is expected to become the fastest Read More...
The IT Tipping Point for Midsized Companies: Deciding When to Move to Tier-one ERP
Many successful midsized companies reach a point when transitioning to a tier-one enterprise application system is necessary. Transitioning to a new enterprise

98 to xp  IT Tipping Point for Midsized Companies: Deciding When to Move to Tier-one ERP Many successful midsized companies reach a point when transitioning to a tier-one enterprise application system is necessary. Transitioning to a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is a challenge—but it may not be as complex as you think. Learn common myths about tier-one ERP systems, as well as how ERP solutions can help you manage regulatory compliance and track performance with key performance indicators. Read More...

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