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Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates used Comdex to present his next hardware solution, a pen-computing tablet-sized PC code named, amazingly enough, the Tablet PC.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer R. Krause - November 15, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - November 15, 2000 Event Summary November 13, 2000 Microsoft chairman Bill Gates used his keynote speech at Comdex to unveil a proof of concept system Microsoft calls its Tablet PC . The Tablet is a little over two pounds, and expected to be around the size of a legal pad. Gates apparently believes pad/tablet PCs and pen-based computing are the next big thing(s) in the PC
11/15/2000

Geac Computer Corporation: Mastering Growth by Acquisitions
Geac has acquired in excess of 40 companies around the world. Geac's purchase of UK-based ERP software maker JBA International in 1999 has nearly doubled the company's size.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: Geac Computer Corporation: Mastering Growth by Acquisitions Geac Computer Corporation: Mastering Growth by Acquisitions P.J. Jakovljevic - March 1, 2000 Read Comments Vendor Genesis Geac Computer Corporation Limited manufactures, services, and rents systems, hardware, and enterprise applications to large and small organizations worldwide. Geac is the largest Canadian and one of the largest and most successful international software companies. Its solutions are specifically designed for the critical needs
3/1/2000

What’s Up with Computer Associates?
In a series of radical moves, Computer Associates appears to be trying to re-direct its gargantuan operations. After missing its numbers in the first calendar quarter (CA’s 4th fiscal quarter), its stock was down 59% at one point.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: What’s Up with Computer Associates? What’s Up with Computer Associates? M. Reed - October 24, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - October 24, 2000 Event Summary In a series of radical moves, Computer Associates (NYSE: CA) appears to be trying to re-direct its gargantuan operations (it is the third largest software firm in the United States, behind Microsoft and Oracle). After missing its numbers in the first calendar quarter (CA s 4th fiscal quarter), its stock was down 59% at one point. Here is a partial
10/24/2000

Computer Manufacturers Shifting Their Focus to Start-Ups
Sun Microsystems and Gateway have announced initiatives designed to make their products and services more appealing to start-up companies, especially those where cash may be a little tight.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: Computer Manufacturers Shifting Their Focus to Start-Ups Computer Manufacturers Shifting Their Focus to Start-Ups R. Krause - August 18, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - August 18, 2000 Event Summary In July Sun Microsystems, Inc. announced the iForce Startup Community, an industry first marketplace designed to address dot-com customer requirements through cross-market collaboration. The community interacts online through the iForce Startup Community portal, where startups can find news, events, interactive
8/18/2000

Dell Takes Over the #1 Spot in the U.S. PC Market
Dell Computer takes #1 position in US PC market share, passing Compaq.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: figures show that Dell Computer Corporation has now passed Compaq Computer Corporation, and taken the top spot for U.S. PC market share. This is the first time Dell has reached this position for the overall PC market, and symbolizes the leadership fight between Compaq and Dell. The numbers for the market, both US and worldwide, are shown in Tables 1 and 2, below. In addition to gaining the top US spot, Dell has increased its share of the worldwide PC market, and narrowed the gap between itself (at #2)
9/10/1999

Debunking the Myths Surrounding Computer-based Scheduling
To expedite planning production, many companies have gone the way of integration with a manufacturing resource planning (MRP) or enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Although these systems have paved the way in planning production, they can leave a lot to be desired. Learn how manufacturing production scheduling (MPS) can be enhanced by finite scheduling and advanced planning and scheduling (APS) systems.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: Debunking the Myths Surrounding Computer-based Scheduling Debunking the Myths Surrounding Computer-based Scheduling Source: FACTIVITY Document Type: White Paper Description: To expedite planning production, many companies have gone the way of integration with a manufacturing resource planning (MRP) or enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Although these systems have paved the way in planning production, they can leave a lot to be desired. Learn how manufacturing production scheduling (MPS) can be
3/2/2010 9:22:00 AM

Dell Uses its Muscle to Beat Side-Effects of Taiwan Quake
Dell Computer Corp. chairman Michael Dell said Thursday the company's financial performance should not be affected by September's earthquake in Taiwan.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: 7, 1999[Reuters] -- Dell Computer Corp. chairman Michael Dell said the company s financial performance should not be affected by an earthquake that knocked out industrial production in Taiwan last month. He said Taiwanese computer parts plants damaged in the September 21 temblor quickly resumed production and Dell, the world s second largest personal computer seller, had used its market muscle to assure a steady stream of computer chips. In terms of Q3 (third quarter) specifically, I think we re going
10/13/1999

Gaining Competitive Advantage through Global Product Development
If you've been waiting for the right global product development, you dont have to wait any longer.Acquire Free Guides and IT Reports Related To Gaining Competitive Advantage through Global Product Development. Product development is a mission-critical process. And it can also be very expensive. But thanks to modern computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided engineering (CAE), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and product lifecycle management (PLM) systems, many manufacturing companies now have the tools that allow better alignment of cost and value-add. This is what’s referred to as “global product development.” Learn more.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: development,   cadcam,   computer aided design cad,   cad system,   product development and design,   cad systems,   product management development,   cad and cam,   computer aided engineering software,   computer aided software engineering,   design and manufacture,   computer aided design software,   new product development in,   production quality control,   the product development,   cae software,   product development business,   computer aided design drafting Source: PTC Learn more
11/13/2009 11:05:00 AM

CTGroup


COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: Established in 1996, CTGroup began as a computer retailer. Currently, CTGroup is a group of companies that provides a range of IT business solutions ranging from computer supply to consulting and custom software development services.

AIM Computer Solutions, Inc


COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: AIM Computer Solutions, Inc. is a provider of repetitive manufacturing solutions targeted specifically for small to medium-sized automotive suppliers.

Compaq Plans Direct Sales. DTja vu All Over Again?
Compaq Computer told financial analysts it plans to start selling more of its computers directly to customers, and this time the company says it means it.

COMPUTER CABLE TIDY: analysts in Houston, Compaq Computer stated it plans to start selling more of its computers directly to customers, and this time the company says it means it. Compaq executives predicted that approximately 60 percent of its PCs for the commercial market in North America will be sold directly to customers - rather than through distributors or dealers - by the end of the year. Currently, 85 percent of its PCs go through distribution. Overall, Compaq wants to see 40 percent of its systems sold directly. The
3/1/2000


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