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Windows 2000: Paragon for Partisans, Skewered by Skeptics
After a wait of more than a year, Windows 2000 (The OS Formerly Known as

cpu upgrades  for things like RAM, CPU speed, etc. This may mean clients will need to upgrade, which can be expensive. 2) Although Active Directory has (in theory) numerous benefits, it has two big gotchas : A) A potential security hole, as reported by Novell -- This may be fixable through a patch or hotfix. B) The probable need to revamp your internal network -- The second requires time, $$$, and effort. 3) License fees can be expensive for the higher-end flavors such as Data Center. 4) Compatibility with existing Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Exploring Epicor Productivity Pyramid - Part 1
About two years ago, Epicor Software Corporation launched its next-generation converged product Epicor 9 (a.k.a. Epicor ERP [evaluate this solution]), which

cpu upgrades  per  central processing unit (CPU)  for Epicor Portal (role-based security and schema exposure within SharePoint) and pre-defined Content Packs (if customers want a jump start and do not have to bother creating their own content). Next part of this series will explain the two remaining major parts of Epicor Productivity Pyramid. Your views, comments, and opinions about Epicor’s strategy to cater to both early adopter (via Epicor 9) and more conservative customers (via the extend tools), or Read More...
Is There a Panacea for Enterprise Software Pricing Yet?
While enterprise applications are becoming a commodity, their pricing schemes have yet to follow suit. Users are put in a costly position where the

cpu upgrades  server/ central processing unit (CPU) size. And still another bases prices on its perception of how large (read wealthy ) the customer is, the likelihood of implementing a total functional footprint, and the total number of users the customer might ever want to have. What can one discern from all this? Such a scenario is truly comparing apples with oranges, and then dumping berries into the mix. However, some vendors will rightfully say that they cannot simplify pricing because different customers Read More...
Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services / MS Office SharePoint Server 2007
Collaborative tools are becoming essential to sharing data in today’s office environment. You need a solution that can grow to accommodate new projects and uses

cpu upgrades  nodes fails (e.g. disks, CPU, network connections, power), other copies of the data within the SAN ensure that the data volumes are still available. The system can even tolerate most multiple failure scenarios. For example, a drive failure in a node will be caught by disk RAID. Another drive failure in the same array will be caught by nRAID. Also, due to the method by which nRAID creates data replicas, even multiple nodes can go down without interruption of service. In fact, (here comes the really cool Read More...
Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence Solutions
For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant

cpu upgrades  amount of memory and CPU needed. Should any high-availability requirements exist, a secondary server must be clustered with the primary one to ensure failover and recovery. Active versus passive clustering can add more expense and complexity for the benefit of uptime. A sufficient number of front-end web servers are required to shoulder the end-user load. The more interactive end users, the the greater the demand will be on the web server. These machines must be relatively high end to handle concurrency. Read More...
IBM Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun
In the latest phase of its campaign to unseat Sun as the dominant Internet server brand, IBM has released a slew of performance benchmarks for its 'eServer

cpu upgrades  or corrective actions. Dynamic CPU Deallocation - Automatically deallocates resources if impending CPU failures are detected IBM will also make available the ability to cluster up to 16 servers. Market Impact For those unfamiliar with the new product line names, the eServer pSeries is the new name for the former RS/6000 UNIX product line. IBM is clearly continuing its assault on Sun. But that's to be expected, with Sun still believed by many to be the leading Web server vendor. IBM's Read More...
Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access
Bus-Tech has announced the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol

cpu upgrades  speed, and reduces mainframe CPU cycles by as much as 63%. The adapter was tested with DB2 CAE (Client Application Enabler) clients accessing data on DB2 for OS/390 V6.1 running on OS/390 V2R6 and VTAM Version 4.4. MPC+ is IBM's fastest host communication channel protocol. User Recommendations Customers using DB2 on a mainframe for their back-end database should strongly consider an ESCON connection. In addition, TCP/IP should be considered as the protocol of choice instead of SNA. With the recent Read More...
Micron to Push
Personal computer maker Micron Electronics said Tuesday it will spend $210 million on its

cpu upgrades  to Push Subscriber Computing Rentals 'R' Us? Micron to Push Subscriber Computing Rentals 'R' Us? R.A. Krause - October 20th, 1999 Event Summary October 19, 1999 (CNNfn) - Personal computer maker Micron Electronics said Tuesday it will spend $210 million on its subscriber computing initiative. Aimed at small businesses, subscribers will be offered packages of services including hardware, Internet access, e-commerce solutions and desktop software, and will be billed one rate for the entire Read More...
HP’s LT 6000r Six-CPU Server
HP has re-entered the enterprise computing race with the release of its LT 6000r, a six-CPU server with improved performance and excellent transactional price

cpu upgrades  raise the bar on CPU density for larger rackable systems. This product is an enterprise-class machine, geared toward larger computing environments. (Hewlett-Packard also released their NetServer LH 6000 at the same time. The LH 6000 is also a six-CPU server, but is more focused on internal disk expansion than on packing a bunch of CPUs into a rack.) The NetServer LT 6000r is aimed at those users who want to increase the number of computes per square foot of floor space. As floor space becomes more Read More...
Epicor Retail CRM 7.0 Spruced Up
Epicor has introduced Epicor Retail CRM 7.0, which includes improved customer views, loyalty program functionality, sophisticated query tools, and support for

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Residential Tenancy Is Straightforward-Cloud Tenancy, Not So Much
You have two major options if you're looking for a place to live: own or rent. The pros and cons are fairly straightforward and break down as follows

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Innovative and Easy-to-use Online Ordering Systems Empower Walker Foods’ Employees and Customers
For many years, the various departments at Walker Foods worked independently of one another, which seriously impeded the flow of data throughout the enterprise.

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TaskHub
TaskHub is an integrated ERP solution for the manufacturing, project-based, trading and distribution, and healthcare industries. Its 20 modules include

cpu upgrades  TaskHub is an integrated ERP solution for the manufacturing, project-based, trading and distribution, and healthcare industries. Its 20 modules include functionality for - customer relationship management (CRM), - consolidation, - warranty, - maintenance contracts, - human resources (HR), - business analytics, - and more. Synergix also develops customized modules that integrate with other TaskHub modules. The company provides version upgrades for custom modules. Built on an open framework, TaskHub Read More...
IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs
IBM announced its latest NUMA-Q server, the E410. Its ability to house up to 64 Intel CPUs represents a doubling of the “largest” current system, the ES7000

cpu upgrades  to Handle 64 Intel CPUs IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs R. Krause - June 19, 2000 Event Summary May 24, 2000 [Source: IBM] - IBM introduced the world's most powerful Intel-based server, the 64-processor NUMA-Q E410, along with the industry's most affordable technology-leading two-way server, the Netfinity 3500 M20. These products represent the high-end and the low-end of the industry's most scalable Intel-based server line for e-businesses running Windows 2000 and Linux environments. Read More...

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