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No More Mr. Nice Guy With J.D. Edwards
On May 24, J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the second quarter which ended April 30, 2000. Earlier in the same week, J.D. Edwards announced a strategic restructuring aimed at reducing costs and strengthening the company’s position as 'a leading provider of software solutions for collaborative commerce'.

a nice acknowledgement  No More Mr. Nice Guy With J.D. Edwards No More Mr. Nice Guy With J.D. Edwards P.J. Jakovljevic - June 30, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - June 30, 2000 Event Summary On May 24, J.D. Edwards & Company reported financial results for the second quarter ended April 30, 2000. Total revenue for the second quarter of fiscal 2000 was $231.0 million, compared to revenue of $231.6 million in the second quarter of fiscal 1999 (See Figure 1). License fee revenue grew 22% over the same period last year, to $81.7 Read More...

The Business Case for RDP Acceleration: Resolving the User-experience Barrier to Terminal Services
For many IT organizations, 2012 is about getting back on track to fulfilling pre-recession goals. Providing a remote desktop protocol (RDP) end-user experience that closely matches a PC-like experience, from anywhere and from any device, is not a nice to have but rather a necessity. This white paper identifies some of the RDP performance challenges facing organizations, as well as their potential causes and cures. Read more.

a nice acknowledgement  device, is not a nice to have but rather a necessity. This white paper identifies some of the RDP performance challenges facing organizations, as well as their potential causes and cures. Read more. The Business Case for RDP Acceleration: Resolving the User-experience Barrier to Terminal Services & VDI Deployments style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Development,   Archival and Disaster Recovery,   Data Center Equipment,   Networking,   Operating System,   S Read More...
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Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up-Not Down, Not Left, Not Right
Project failure is not a nice topic. None of us wants to be involved in a failure. But when a failure occurs, we feel compelled to assign blame. But who really is to blame, and how can a company avoid the same problems in the future?

a nice acknowledgement  failure is not a nice topic. None of us wants to be involved in a failure. But when a failure occurs, we feel compelled to assign blame. But who to blame and how to avoid the same problems in the future? For most enterprises, even admitting they have a failure is difficult. But what is a failure? Failure is not that easy to define. Is it when we fail to meet the original project business objectives? Is it when the project is late or over budget? Is it when the software works but does not produce the benef Read More...
PeopleSoft Plays Hardball
No more a nice guy with PeopleSoft! Its strong Q4 2000 results and alleged string of wins over its direct competitors have stirred up some emotions and knee-jerk dismissive reactions. Whatever the case may be, look for a vigorous PeopleSoft participation in many future software selection deals.

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My System Is Trying to Communicate With Me! What Do I Do?
What you should not do is ignore whatever you see on the screen. If you don’t trust computers, remember that they were created and programmed by humans like you. And if something pops up while you’re working, it’s either because you are about to do something important that needs validation, or because the system encountered an error. There are two major types of messages that you can get

a nice acknowledgement  Messages Wouldn’t it be nice to get a warning message if you were about to step on a banana peel? Something like: “Are you sure you want to step on a banana peel? Click Yes if you want to break your neck, No to avoid it, and Cancel to ignore this message.” Well, business systems warn you that you are about to do something important and ask you to confirm your actions. This only happens when those actions can have a serious impact on the system, like voiding invoices, exporting hundreds of orders, Read More...
Desire2Learn’s Shift to a Learner-Centric Learning Ecosystem
In 2001, Computerworld’s Kym Gilhooly wrote that a learning management system (LMS) “goes beyond basic content delivery to offer course administration, registration, tracking, and reporting and skills gap analysis.” This description of LMS underlines the fact that not all that long ago, LMS functionality was modeled around the course entity. Since then we have witnessed the social revolution

a nice acknowledgement  one that is simply nice to have. In addition, with the Learning Repository module, Desire2Learn invites learning institutions to collect and share useful learning content from professors and publishers as well as open educational resources (OER), further reflecting the knowledge that in order to develop and help shape students’ expertise and opinions, a wide range of learning resources are needed. According to Mr. Rich Seidner, Strategy Director Education at Desire2Learn, Desire2Learn Learning Suite Read More...
Product Review: GFI's LANguard Network Security Scanner
Performing patch management is one of the most tedious chores that must be completed by network administrators. While there are many patch management tools available, they can be expensive, have sharp learning curves, or are not deployable across all software platforms. One third party solution, however, GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner, version 5, is an affordable option that can scan the network and deploy patches efficiently while looking for other potential security vulnerabilities.

a nice acknowledgement  potential security vulnerabilities. The nice part about this feature is that you don t have to do any extra work to perform a full-blown security scan against your network. When you scan your network for missing patches, GFI LANguard will also check for things like open shares, open ports, and unused user accounts. The software also checks for security vulnerabilities related to audit policies, password policies, user accounts, groups, and computers. When the scan is complete, GFI LANguard offers a dozen Read More...
HR Analytics: Gaining Insights for the Upturn
Most enterprises have accumulated a surfeit of workforce and employee data. Only leading-edge companies are making extensive use of data to drive human capital management (HCM) decisions the way most companies use financial and marketing data to make strategic business decisions. Learn more about why—and how—you should be making fact-based workforce planning decisions that will help you survive the current recession.

a nice acknowledgement  workforce planning as a nice-to-have luxury rather than being what I believe is a critical prerequisite to planning the reduction in workforce numbers, says Peter Howes, CEO and founder of The Infohrm Group Inc. Headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, Infohrm is a leading provider of workforce planning, reporting and analytics services. The short-term increase in the available external labor pool runs the risk of hiding the long-term demographic trends in most Western countries. No company should be Read More...
Open letter to companies planning on using Social CRM
If you have decided to use social customer relationship management (SCRM) to sell your products or services, you should be ready to adapt to what your customers consider SCRM to be, not vice versa. As I mentioned in my post Social CRM is Dead, Long Live Social Media Flavored CRM, I see the “social” in SCRM as being related to human welfare and not only to social media. Therefore, SCRM should

a nice acknowledgement  at 3:50 pm # Nice idea. And it should get me coffee in the morning - hahahah Ok - seriously this is a GREAT post and the perfect wish list. Even though it is pretty unrealistic for now - maybe doable over time. I’ll give it to my product team as the “Master Wishlist”. Thanks Gabriel Gabriel Gheorghiu on 8 September, 2010 at 4:33 pm # @Playpreneurs Management Yes, we need to keep it simple, but my main concern is to start from the end user’s needs, which should be the basis of any relationship mana Read More...
Industri-Matematik Joins The Portal Market
Portals foster collaboration by making it easy for participants to access the system. As with any relatively new technology, prospects should kick the tires and take a test spin before buying.

a nice acknowledgement  cumbersome to use. The nice thing about navigation efficiency and ease of use is that they can be readily evaluated in a product demonstration, unlike less visible components such as workflow configuration or business process match. Prospective buyers of VIVALDI Portal and other browser-based clients should make these demonstrations part of their selection processes. Read More...
Show Me, Don't Sell Me
Are you having trouble finding concrete information about how enterprise software actually works? I know I am. I’m not talking about feature lists—you can find those easily enough—and I’m not talking about promises to streamline processes, increase efficiency, or deliver value—which I don’t read. What I’m talking about is this: Let’s say my company is considering upgrading one of its

a nice acknowledgement  other hand, one very nice thing about Targit’s About Us page is that it links directly to an online product demo and some videos, which are always useful. […] Annette on 28 November, 2012 at 10:56 am # Well said! When researching how to get budget approval for software, we realized there wasn’t much in the way of tactics so we wrote a white paper. Your suggestion about getting the users involved is one of the points we stressed. There’s no video on framing interactions, but it’s a good list of Read More...

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