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Integrated Security: A New Network Approach
The challenge is to ensure that the right people gain access and the wrong people do not, making the role of information security even more critical to enabling

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The Need for Vulnerability Management
New network vulnerabilities appear every day due to flaws in software, faulty configuration, and human error. Detecting, removing, and controlling

antivirus compared  such as updating an antivirus signature. Change a software configuration to make it less susceptible to attack, run faster or improve functionality. Use most effective means to thwart automated attacks (worms, bots, etc.) Document the state of security for audit and compliance with laws, regulations and business policy. Consistent, ongoing execution of vulnerability management is difficult, if not impossible to do on a manual basis. There are simply too many moving parts to juggle and act on in a Read More...
SaaS-ing the Manufacturing Opportunity
The software as a service (SaaS) delivery model is here to stay, and most vendors have noticed. Recently, the endorsement for SaaS in the realm of manufacturing

antivirus compared  far), McAfee or Symantec antivirus software, which protect both corporate networks and home PCs, have for too long been used via subscription and live update features, representing another example of SaaS. Possibly the oldest and biggest SaaS outlet is ADP, the world's largest human resources (HR) and payroll ASP. ADP has been in business for nearly 60 years, and with about $9 billion (USD) in revenues, has thus far served nearly 600,000 clients worldwide. Although most of the success of SaaS's market p Read More...
Spyware versus Viruses
At first glance, spyware and computer viruses appear to have much in common. But in fact, spyware is a unique challenge. Unlike viruses, the motivation behind

antivirus compared  across the Internet. Because antivirus vendors can rely on these more passive research methods, they have not been as prepared for the active approach necessary to combat the unique challenges of spyware detection. In order to maintain a defi nitions database that will effectively defend its users from newly released forms of spyware, an anti-spyware provider must actively seek out new threats and their source location. Keeping up with hundreds of adware companies and thousands of spyware writers is a Read More...
Best of breed versus Suite Anti-spyware
The anti-spyware industry is going in two separate directions. First, there are suite products that come with other security applications, along with anti

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Frontstep Still Awaiting Better Times
While Frontstep reported loses in fiscal 2001, the potential of its well-rounded product/services offering mix as well as the recent downsizing, bodes well a

antivirus compared  Still Awaiting Better Times Frontstep Still Awaiting Better Times P.J. Jakovljevic - September 17, 2001 Event Summary On August 14, Frontstep, Inc . (Nasdaq: FSTP), a leading provider of business applications for mid-sized distributors and manufacturers, reported its financial results for the fourth quarter and full fiscal year ended June 30, 2001. Total revenue for Q4 2001 was $29.0 million, an increase of 7% sequentially over the revenue of $27.2 million for Q3 2001, but a 6% drop compared to Read More...
The Tangled Web: Silent Threats and Invisible Enemies
When cyber-criminals stage attacks on businesses with covert malware, spam, and scams that drain employee productivity, users aren’t aware they’ve been

antivirus compared  Inappropriate Websites , Best Antivirus Program , Web-borne Threats , Scams , Botnets , Spyware Software , Invisible Enemies , Cyber Criminals , Avoid Computer Viruses , Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition , Robot Network , Delivery of Malware Through Weblinks , Web Viruses , Network of Computers . The Silent War In the not so distant past, businesses used a simple technique to avoid computer viruses or malware: They cautioned their employees to not-click on dubious looking email attachments. Those day Read More...
Why One Virus Engine is not Enough
There is no single antivirus engine on the market today that is the fastest and most effective at identifying viruses, spam, or other threats. According to a

antivirus compared  There is no single antivirus engine on the market today that is the fastest and most effective at identifying viruses, spam, or other threats. According to a recent survey, 97 percent of organizations have antivirus software installed, yet 65 percent have been infected at one time or another since. One way to reduce the chance of virus infection is to install multiple antivirus scanners at the mail server level. Read More...
J.D. Edwards Incurs Further Losses In Third Quarter
J.D. Edwards reported revenue of $232 million, $8 million down from last year's third-quarter revenue of $240 million. While licensing revenue fell quarter over

antivirus compared  D. Edwards Incurs Further Losses In Third Quarter Event Summary J.D. Edwards shifted deeper into the lagging ERP vendor category last week, as falling licensing revenue led to a drop in overall revenue and net losses in the company's third quarter, ended July 31. For the period, J.D. Edwards reported revenue of $232 million, $8 million down from last year's third-quarter revenue of $240 million. While licensing revenue fell quarter over quarter from $98 million last year to $75 million this year, the Read More...
J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year
On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company announced its return to profitability in Q4 2000, a sign the market may be buying into its Internet collaboration approach

antivirus compared  D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year P.J. Jakovljevic - January 11, 2001 Event Summary On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC), one of the biggest providers of enterprise applications, reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended October 31, 2000. License fee revenue grew to $137.4 million in Q4, 2000, a 36% increase over license fee revenue of $101.1 million in Q4 1999 (See Figure 1). It Read More...
Geac Announces Q3 Results and Acquires CRM Vendor
Geac Computer Corporation Limited announced its financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended January 31, 2000. Geac also announced it has

antivirus compared  Announces Q3 Results and Acquires CRM Vendor Geac Announces Q3 Results and Acquires CRM Vendor P.J. Jakovljevic - April 20th, 2000 Event Summary In March, Geac Computer Corporation Limited announced its financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended January 31, 2000. Sales for the three months rose 32.5% to $281.9 million from $212.8 million the prior year (See Figure 1). Sales for the nine-month period grew 26.0% to $724.7 compared to $575.4 for the same period last year. The Company Read More...
Production Planning and Scheduling Software for the Textile Industry: Unknown Frontiers
The textile industry is famous for its very different characteristics when compared to industries in either process or discrete manufacturing. Developing

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Integrated Security: A New Network Approach Part Two: The Shift Toward Integration
This part describes the key elements and benefits of an integrated security solution in comparison to current security solutions.

antivirus compared  spanning the spectrum from antivirus to firewalls, content filtering to intrusion detection, we're led to ask, Why? The problem lies in the old world strategy of one threat, one cure. Companies finding themselves marauded by the onslaught of attacks have simply added more single-cure security point product after another, and dealt with the cost and difficulties of trying to manage them with limited resources, finding out in the end that their security posture was marginally improved (if not Read More...
J.D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now
On March 5, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for Q1 2001. Although the company posted a symbolic profit, the revenue decline begs the question why the

antivirus compared  D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now J.D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now P.J. Jakovljevic - March 30, 2001 Event Summary On March 5, J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC) reported financial results for the first quarter ended January 31, 2001. Revenue for Q1 2001 was $217.7 million, a 6% decline compared to revenue of $231.7 million in Q1 2000. License fee revenue was $82.7 million, almost flat compared to $83.3 million in the same period last year. Net income from Read More...
BI Market Consolidation Compared to ERP Market Consolidation
The BI market is ripe for consolidation, but not necessarily for the reason of capturing the scarce remaining market share like in the ERP case, but more likely

antivirus compared  Market Consolidation Compared to ERP Market Consolidation Trend Summary The frantic first week of June that marked an outright internecine war in the ERP space, seems to have been somewhat repeated in the second half of July, but this time in the business intelligence (BI) market. While one could find some elements of similarity (e.g., market share bolstering and cross-selling opportunities) with the ongoing raging consolidation in the overall enterprise applications market (particularly in the mature Read More...

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