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Windows 2000 Bug Fixes Posted
Almost six months after releasing Windows 2000 to the public, Microsoft Corp. has released its first set of bug fixes, formally known as Service Pack 1.

bug wipes  2000 Bug Fixes Posted Windows 2000 Bug Fixes Posted R. Krause - August 14, 2000 Event Summary Microsoft Corporation has released Service Pack 1 (SP1) for its Windows 2000 operating system. The Service Pack is available for download from Microsoft's web site, and is also on CD. SP1 contains fixes for problems in areas such as setup, application compatibility, operating system reliability, and security. Unsurprisingly, Microsoft recommends Windows 2000 (Win2K) users deploying Service Pack 1. Market Read More

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Why Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses?
A major “issue” (a/k/a bug) has been uncovered in Windows 2000 Server. A consulting firm has found that administrators cannot add more than 51 IP addresses

bug wipes  ET) The first major bug in Windows 2000 Server has been reported. This bug deals with the ability of an administrator to add IP address to servers configured as domain controllers. The bug, as reproduced by Computer Reseller News, limits the number of IP addresses an administrator can add to approximately 50. Without a remedy, this bug can create serious problems for some enterprises, as well as ISPs. In addition to the bug causing administrative tool problems, it can prevent user authentication - a Read More
It’s About Process (or the Ability to be Responsive) -- Part III
Part II of this blog series continued the introduction of the concepts of workflow automation and business process management (BPM). It also zoomed in on

bug wipes  NPR (New Product Release), Bug Tracking, Engineering Change Request , and many other business processes that require approval steps. The Ability to Respond, On-demand In May 2008, Webcom announced the availability of ResponsAbility , its newest offering addressing the case management and workflow processing areas. ResponsAbility is designed to speed the time-to-resolution process, eliminate unnecessary time delays and improve overall value chain communications and productivity through improved Read More
Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98
There’s a system security hole that can crash your Windows 95 or 98 system. How long has it taken Microsoft to fix it? Three months and counting.

bug wipes  There’s a Bug in Windows 98 Event Summary 10 March 2000 (PCWeek) Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) today admitted it found out months ago that there is a hole in its Windows 95 and 98 operating systems that leads to system crashes, yet decided the problem wasn't serious enough to warrant alerting customers or issuing a patch. The problem arises when a user goes to a Web page or opens a Web-based e-mail message that contains a hidden string of characters that instructs the computer to use DOS commands Read More
Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria
Whether an application is best implemented as an ASP provided application or service, built in-house or purchased, generally depends on the same criteria as

bug wipes  and upgrades, software configuration, bug fixes and enhancements. Clearly, as we move forward, ASP applications will take on a larger part of the load of suitable applications. Virtually any application where functionality is consistent across multiple organizations is suitable for an ASP to provide, however, whether that application is suitable to be implemented by an organization is based on the requirements and operations of that organization. It's important to know not only what the application does, Read More
How Can IT Help Competitiveness These Bleak Days? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series introduced the SAP-sponsored expert panel discussion that explored reasons to maintain IT investments even during difficult economic

bug wipes  Y2K (or Year 2000 bug ) over-hyped phenomenon as a possible explanation as to the increase in IT spending from 1994 to 2005 (referenced in Part 1). I particularly noticed this quote: According to one estimate, spending on these platforms (ERP systems) already accounted for 75% of all US corporate IT investment in 2001. Hmm, if the emphasis of IT has long been on the rise in corporate America, why has there been so much consolidation in the software industr y from way back when? Shouldn’t there still Read More
Interview with Karl Fogel of Subversion and CollabNet
Karl Fogel is a founding developer of the Subversion project and is employed by CollabNet. In the following interview, Karl covers key social aspects of

bug wipes  and then—they fix a bug and then they go out and you don't hear from them for a few months. The way we founded it was mainly word-of-mouth. We knew the CVS space pretty well, we started contacting those people, they talked to their friends, and pretty soon people just showed up. We actually held physical, open-to-the-public design meetings when we began the project in San Francisco. Some of those people are still with the project today. But you know, one of best committers is in Slovenia and he Read More
Software as a Service: Not without Caveats
Software-as-a-service solutions often cannot provide that final twenty percent or so that differentiates a company from its competitors. Of major concern is

bug wipes  does the cost of bug fix and patch application, tuning, and other maintenance and support traditionally done by the user enterprise's internal IT staff. However, after a certain period of time, the subscribed-to system will begin to cost more than an in-house production system would, and the customer has no ownership of anything at the end of the day. The appeal of SaaS is immediate gratification coupled with reduced initial financial pains, as would be the case with renting an apartment, furniture, or Read More
ERP Trivia - Every Why Should Have Its Wherefore Part 1: ERP Trends
We take the liberty to comment on the findings of a report, which was recently released by a renowned research organization, and which pinpoints ERP

bug wipes  and costs) and of bug-ridden software. Vendors and their integrators, on the other hand, cite some valid points in their defense (e.g., lack of clients' commitment, poor planning, inherited implementation problems, data capturing errors, an overwhelmingly ambitious but under-funded implementation effort, etc.), and claim to have become a convenient excuse for failures caused by clients' mismanagement. As experience teaches us, the truth is always somewhere in the middle. Commenting on the findings of the Read More
ROI Systems MANAGE-s Well Past 2000 Part 2: Impact and Recommendations
Expanding incrementally, with goals that are carefully balanced with providing excellent customer support, close attention to the bottom line, and leveraging a

bug wipes  ensure an easy and bug free migration path when introducing new technology and/or product releases. Probably unique in the industry is the fact that all its customers are running on the current product version releases. This state of affairs sounds like nirvana, as one might not dare to estimate how many companies still run on several generations old ERP product releases (e.g., SAP R/3 v. 3.1, Oracle Applications v. 10.7 , PeopleSoft v. 6 & 7 , J.D. Edwards' World Software , Baan IV , SSA GT's BPCS v.5 , Read More
Up Close and Personal: Martin Schneider, Senior Director of Communications at SugarCRM
Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with Martin Schneider, Senior Director of Communications at SugarCRM where he provided information about the company

bug wipes  for a lot of bug testing and insuring great quality, as well as some minor code, but for the most part we keep a very centralized, stable public build through our SVN repository. This way we can foster a highly-opened development model, with one core tree, but also insure for our commercial users that they are using pristine code in their operations. To be continued… The second part of the interview will cover Sugar 6 (the new version of SugarCRM), the Sugar Exchange online marketplace, software as a Read More
SAP Learns The Ropes Of Fashion/Outfitting
With a heavy heart, in 1999, SAP had to go back to the drawing board, to do a thorough redesign of its erstwhile ill-reputed Apparel & Footwear Solution (AFS

bug wipes  hold because of numerous bugs, CIOs cried foul in the trade press about failed implementations, system integration partners froze their implementations, and hints of lawsuits amounted. So severe were the problems at first few guinea pigs' companies, including The Warnaco Group Inc. , NY and Sara Lee Corporation 's hosiery unit in Winston-Salem, NC, dropped AFS projects in 1999. Consequently, in mid-1999, the product was removed from the market and sent back to Germany for R&D rethinking and repairs, Read More
ROI Systems Catching Up With e-Commerce
ROI Systems continues with its practice of cautious new technology adoption. On October 10, it announced the offering of XML-based EDI for its customers.

bug wipes  ensure an easy and bug free migration path when introducing new technology and/or product releases. Very impressive is the fact that all its customers are running on the latest product version release. Offering XML-based EDI to its customers is in tune with ROI's basic approach to introduce only tried-and-true necessary new technologies. Also, its recent alliance with Agile Software, a vendor of collaborative manufacturing commerce solutions, is another move in ROI's quest to prudently continue expanding Read More
Winner Takes All - Siebel Ousts SalesLogix From Solomon’s Deal
Much sooner than its ERP counterparts had done it in their respective market, Siebel has been making a big push into the CRM mid-market with the introduction of

bug wipes  means there are inevitable bug fixes to be made over the next few months. Read More
Will MS try the
In what may be another attempt to gain some kind of foothold in the handheld and embedded-OS market, rumors are floating that Microsoft will open the source

bug wipes  faster. The sooner a bug-free and application-rich embedded Linux is available, the sooner it can make inroads into the handheld and embedded space. It would be a mistake to release an embedded-Linux as buggy as some Windows releases - the same rules of acceptance/usage will not apply to Linux as they did to Windows. A subtext to the handheld market battle is the belief that many corporations will increase the ubiquity of handhelds, thereby resulting in a new growth spurt for this market. Although Read More

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