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Emerging Services for Wireless Carrier Networks--Design Abstract
The transition to IP A wireless carrier s national or regional next generation core network will be an all-IP network in the sense that IP will be the network

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NetBIOS Firewall
How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice,

corporate local area networks  many users in a corporate environment normally share their folders or local drives, in order to give access to their local documents or in order for other users to keep a backup of their local files! How Viruses compromise weak networks Since the past few months, a new breed of Windows worms known as Share Crawler has arrived. The W32/Opaserv share crawler attempts to discover new hosts to infect by scanning the current IP subnet for the presence of SMB (Server Message Block) servers listening on Read More...
How to Boost Your WAN to Top Speed
While globalization can bridge distances and enhance communication, the story is a little different when it comes to wide area networks (WANs) and their effects

corporate local area networks  the focus back to corporate or datacenters. With business transactions far afield and IT at headquarters, the network is feeling the tension. Unprecedented demands on enterprise WANs are compromising application performance, file and data access, user productivity and the business bottom line. Going Global Moving key business functions, and your workforce, out of headquarters and into the field alongside your customers and suppliers makes good business sense. To maintain a regional foothold, a global Read More...
Epicor 9: Delivering What Oracle and Others Are Yet to Achieve? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series outlined Epicor 9 (a.k.a., Epicor ERP [evaluate this product]), Epicor Software’s next-generation converged product suite. A similar

corporate local area networks  is overtly support customers’ corporate social responsibility (CSR )/ governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC ) initiatives or advanced strategic sourcing  plans. Epicor Advanced Quality Management (AQM ), which is an add-on module coming from Epicor Vantage , is effective at supplier conformance/compliance management and is a key element of Epicor’s overall production management and GRC capabilities. Epicor Sourcing  is already available as an add-on capability to Epicor 9, which can Read More...
Global Trade Applications in Global Credit Crunch - Part II
Part I of this blog series analyzed the appropriateness of global sourcing and spend management applications for helping companies improve their cash flows and

corporate local area networks  out over other discretionary corporate projects; L/Cs will increase as a percentage of global transactions for a short time (reversing the long-term trend of decreasing L/Cs) as exporters will choose to adopt them as the least risky global payment method; Global supply chain finance (SCF) networks offering payables discounting and other financing methods may see an increase in adoption, as suppliers will seek low cost credit alternatives, and banks will be eager to lend against the balance sheets of Read More...
Social Networks: How They're Turning CRM Upside Down
Social networking has collided with customer relationship management, and it's turning the relationship between businesses and their customers upside down

corporate local area networks  and governance, and other corporate responsibility issues that are a little bit restraining. So you have a sort of a mixed bag in an industry like that. …The reality is that it's a peer-to-peer revolution, or evolution, to start, so it's a matter of which industries get smart. The biggest thing to me, besides high tech, is always going to be retail. Retail's going to be gigantic. The retail customer experience is a primary one, and is something we all do on a B2C level as individuals. That's where Read More...
Applying the Power of Social Networks to Customer Relationship Management
Customer relationship management (CRM) is rapidly morphing from a customer management model to one of customer engagement. Social networks, podcasts, blogs, and

corporate local area networks  customer relationship management,CRM,social networking,peer-to-peer networking,myCRMcareer.com,customer engagement model,Web 2.0 technologies,user-generated content,CRM 2.0 techniques Read More...
Managing 21st Century Networks
Internet protocol (IP)—used for transmitting data across networks everywhere—is now used pervasively, transmitting data to and from a multitude of devices

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How Application-aware Networks Make the Impossible Possible
Network traffic patterns have dramatically changed from predictable point-to-point transaction-oriented activities to bandwidth-hungry, always-on, many-to-many

corporate local area networks  application performance infrastructure, network performance management, real-time application performance, network monitoring Read More...
Corporate versus Employee-liable
Every company that uses mobile devices as business tools is faced with this dilemma: purchase mobile devices under the corporate account (corporate-liable units

corporate local area networks  mobile devices under the corporate account (corporate-liable units [CLU]), or allow employees to purchase their own (employee-liable units [ELU]). To alleviate the management issues, some companies have opted for ELUs. But there is a danger in using ELUs as company business tools. Find out more. Read More...
Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE)
Burdened by reporting and tax compliance issues with its legacy financials system, Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE) needed a replacement solution to support

corporate local area networks  Corporate Education (Duke CE) Burdened by reporting and tax compliance issues with its legacy financials system, Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE) needed a replacement solution to support its structure of international subsidiaries, and address multicurrency operations and intercompany transactions. Learn how Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) helped Duke CE accurately define its requirements, and develop a detailed and efficient project plan. Read More...
Bandwidth Management in Next-generation Packet Networks
Bandwidth managers can provide the basis of a large-scale solution for a quality of service (QoS) that can support public switched telephone network (PSTN

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How Social Networks Enhance Workflow Performance
HCM Product Strategist Aaron Green shares Oracle’s perspective on social technology and the role it plays in human resources (HR) processes.

corporate local area networks  social HR,Aaron Green,social media HCM,HCM technology,HCM social technology Read More...
Operational Intelligence: Aligning Plant and Corporate IT
In many business areas, including sales, marketing, and finance, traditional business intelligence tools are providing executives with real-time visibility and

corporate local area networks  Intelligence: Aligning Plant and Corporate IT In many business areas, including sales, marketing, and finance, traditional business intelligence tools are providing executives with real-time visibility and analytics. Not so for manufacturing. Download this report to find out how best-in-class manufacturers can unlock the value of real-time manufacturing data by bringing together corporate and plant IT environments with new technology enablers and system architectures. Read More...

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