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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 Im Read More
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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
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
Catalyst International Bit by Y2K Bug


bug wipes  International Bit by Y2K Bug Catalyst International Bit by Y2K Bug S. McVey - October 4th, 1999 Event Summary Warehouse Management System (WMS) vendor Catalyst International, Inc. announced that it expects to incur a third quarter loss of approximately $5.7 to $6.5 million, which includes a non-recurring charge of between $4.0 million and $4.5 million relating to the discontinuance of Catalyst's Windows NT product development and restructuring in connection with the previously announced SAP alliance. As r 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
Will Sun Burn Linux with
Sun Microsystems has eliminated licensing fees for Solaris 8 and its source code.

bug wipes  requires developers to return bug fixes to Sun, maintain compatibility, and pay fees to Sun when they ship binaries based on Sun source code. It is unclear how Sun has resolved its intellectual property issues. But that is not stopping the company from working to get on the good side of the open-source community. Market Impact We can not tell whom Sun considers a better target (or bigger problem), Windows or Linux. This is the second free announcement from it in four months, indicating it has shifted Read More
Why Systems Fail - The Dead-end of Dirty Data
If your data does not reflect reality, the system can never be effective. In today’s world of collaboration, showing a trading partner dirty data is giving them

bug wipes  If a flaw or bug exists in the software, it may result in corruption to the data. In this case, the result is typically that many pieces of data are dirty, all in the same way. How do we know we have dirty data? Dirty data is often a sleeping problem, one that can wake up at any time. Dirty data does not always get detected; it causes problems that are minor enough to remain hidden. It does not mean that the dirty data is not causing problems, it maybe that the data is well hidden. The dirty data may be 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
Support for Old Releases-Good for the User but Is It Good for the Vendor?
The decision to support older releases is like any other business decision, it is all about the money and profitability. If the vendor can make money at

bug wipes  has two elements. First, bug fixing and keeping the software compatible with changes in the operating environment (operating system, database, hardware discontinuation, etc.) is a fixed cost that does not vary with the number of customers supported. On the other hand, the majority of hot line support, distributing bug fixes and other similar cost varies with the number of customers supported. (A portion of these costs are fixed, you need a minimum number of people regardless of how many customers are Read More
Vendor Viability (Size) vs. Customer Intimacy
After almost a decade of following the enterprise applications market via insightful, sometimes exhaustive (and exhausting) free research articles (which will

bug wipes  on a customers' suspected bug/problem or a request for some customized work as to improve their business (yes, I admit to my bad manners and looking over Aleks' shoulder, having been seated next to him). And no, Aleks doesn't strike me as a dictatorial control freak or a micro-manager, but rather as a workaholic and a dedicated young entrepreneur -- ironically, despite being a majority owner, Aleks admits being outvoted by other leaders at Webcom, in some instances, about some product or marketing Read More
Is Baan Clinically Dead?
On January 4, 2000 Baan, Europe's No. 2 business software company, sank deeper into trouble as its CEO resigned and it forecast a fourth quarter loss of $240

bug wipes  in last year's millennium bug preparations. Baan said a restructuring would cost $200 million in the fourth quarter. It will close 14 offices and cut staff by 4 percent, or about 188 people. It said the reorganization would enable it to focus its operations on open integration -- a buzzword for harnessing the Internet's power to let customers link up with their business partners beyond in-house computer systems. However, analysts said the latest news would make it harder for Baan to attract new Read More
The Old ERP Dilemma - Should We Install The New Release?
If you have an older ERP system, and you have decided to continue to pay maintenance, you should be getting periodic releases from the vendor. The frequency of

bug wipes  enhancements, technical enhancements and bug fixes. The first question is always, what is the value of these new things? Will the application enhancements be used? Will they bring value or just be new features? Will they contribute to the business? If an enhancement is something that you have already addressed as a custom modification, you must trade-off between the technical value of not supporting that custom modification in the future with any retraining and disruption experienced by the user Read More
It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)
Because business processes are often communicated in an ad hoc and unregulated manner, it can be difficult to standardize processes across organizations

bug wipes  specific processes, such as bug or issue tracking systems . While upper-range BPM packages address complex business processes and issue tracking systems typically deal with one simple workflow, a number of workflow (possibly BPM wannabe) vendors like FloWare, Skelta, Red Maple, Web and Flo, Quask, XALT Technologies, ZyLAB Technologies, etc. are addressing a space in between. How About Workflow (and Eventually BPM) On-demand? But again, not many of these solutions are delivered in true no-frills software 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

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