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The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 1
As the era of traditional telephony draws to a close, the doors to the next generation in communications open. Chapter 1 of this 4-part e-book discusses

database deployment guidelines  not only provide fast database access but also distribute control intelligence throughout the network, a lesson learned from uni-media. We have also learned that multi-media networks are complex organisms requiring specialized monitoring intelligence, and that manufacturer-provided monitoring tools are a part of the solution but do not take into account the nuances and subtleties of the overall system. However, generic monitoring and management tools are insufficient—to be truly effective, third-party Read More...
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A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction...
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Navision Enhances Its e-Vision And Looks To Expand Vertically - Part 2: Market Impact
Navision has been expanding its coverage in terms of geography, vertical industries, and product functionality. Globally, it has become one of the largest

database deployment guidelines  a proprietary Navision Server database and a proprietary 4GL programming language. Still, Navision Financials' proprietary technology had long made integration with third-party products relatively difficult and had limited its scalability (generally, the product was used by sites with 75 or fewer concurrent users). Also, as individual country offices would localize Navision Financials, it used to be suitable for single-site or single-country companies rather than for multi-national corporations looking Read More...
The Blessing & Curse of SharePoint’s “Grandma’s Attic” - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the runaway success and genesis of Microsoft SharePoint or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS). The article outlined

database deployment guidelines  its Microsoft SQL Server database, which might create information retrieval latencies. If an enterprise needs to replicate information across geographic areas, then it will likely need to hire a partner to do it. Hence, many partners have stepped up to supplement SharePoint's capabilities, and to fix SharePoint’s typical issues or plug its functional gaps. Some examples of supplementing partner solutions would be as follows: Quest Software – IT system management solutions Infonics and Syntergy – Read More...
E-mail Response Management
E-mail inquiries for the customer service sector are expected to explode from 2.9 billion messages in 2005, to 7.2 billion by 2010. This means that a company’s

database deployment guidelines  Customer Service | Email Database Management | Email Inquiries | Email Inquiry | Email List Management | Email List Manager | Email Lists | Email Management | Email Management Analysis | Email Management Architecture | Email Management Deployment | Email Management Development | Email Management Framework | Email Management Innovation | Email Management Innovation Networks | Email Management Integration | Email Management Needs | Email Management Networks | Email Management Operations | Email Management Read More...
May a New Day Begin for Mature Enterprise Applications - Part 1
While attending a number of vendors’ annual user conferences and/or by being briefed by vendors about their future directions, I’ve lately discerned this trend:

database deployment guidelines  a centralized and secure database for reporting processes. The analytic and reporting services come with built-in contextual analytics and support the ability to drill down to the original data source from the user's home page (into both Infor and third-party applications). For its part, CSI is a configuration infrastructure for messaging (not CBS’ famed TV series ) that entails the technical details of how Infor provides standards-based connectivity. On-ramp is a term Infor uses for the connector Read More...
Why Database-agnostic Enterprise Applications Are on the Way Out
Middleware agnosticism is the wave of the future, and the database platform is becoming part of the application. It has therefore become increasingly important

database deployment guidelines  traditional approach, known as database agnosticism , allows the user to select an application and a database independently. While this approach may sound good at first, it sacrifices system performance and flexibility. The reason for this is that to support multiple databases, the software vendor must pick the lowest-common-denominator set of database features for the application to use. Often this results in less than optimal design, user experience, and performance. Focusing on a particular database Read More...
So Long to Conventional Wisdom around Database Migration
Conventional wisdom once held that when you committed to a database management system (DBMS), you never changed it. But things are different today. In the case

database deployment guidelines  to Conventional Wisdom around Database Migration Conventional wisdom once held that when you committed to a database management system (DBMS), you never changed it. But things are different today. In the case of an ERP system, for example, the application code has, for the most part, become independent of the DBMS—much application code runs as easily and efficiently on one DBMS as it does on another. This white paper discusses some of the reasons for and benefits of changing your DBMS. Read More...
Centralized Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms
Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services

database deployment guidelines  Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services you use for Windows. How can this be done, without intrusive reconfiguration of your existing systems, while still providing the necessary granular administrative control? Learn how to leverage a centralized identity management tool leveraged with Active Directory. Read More...
CPR on BPR: Practical Guidelines for Successful Business Process Analysis
Part 2 of a series on Business Process Reengineering: Long Live Business Process Reengineering. In this Part, we discuss some practical steps for actually

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Oracle8i Release 2 - Ready to Storm the Web
On November 15, Oracle Corp., announced the pending availability of Oracle8i Release 2, the follow-on to Oracle8i, the most rapidly adopted database product

database deployment guidelines  the most rapidly adopted database product ever released by the company. To date, more than 5000 Dot Coms and other enterprises are powering their e-businesses with Oracle8i, the database designed for the Internet. Additionally, over 800 Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) have developed applications and tools optimized for Oracle8i data warehousing and online transaction processing features since the product's release in March 1999. The new release includes expanded analytical data warehousing Read More...
Deployment of Cisco Extension Mobility in Enterprises
This white paper analyzes several deployment methods of Cisco Extension Mobility within Enterprise Cisco telephony environments and how to streamline

database deployment guidelines  of Cisco Extension Mobility in Enterprises This white paper analyzes several deployment methods of Cisco Extension Mobility within Enterprise Cisco telephony environments and how to streamline commissioning. It presents how automatic configuration of auto-registered phones and end user sync to Microsoft Active Directory can be used by the Uplinx Auto Provisioning system to provide an automated process with a clear workflow that minimizes operational costs, reduces configuration errors, Read More...
ERP Vendor Lawson Software Extends to IBM's DB2 Universal Database
Lawson Software, a major privately held provider of enterprise resource planning software, today announced the delivery of its enterprise software applications

database deployment guidelines  to IBM's DB2 Universal Database Event Summary ST. PAUL, Dec. 28, 1999 - Lawson Software, the only provider of Self-Evident Applications (SEA) for e-business, today announced the complete delivery of its enterprise software applications with IBM's DB2 Universal Database. This full integration availability extends Lawson's support of the IBM DB2 Universal Database to encompass IBM Netfinity, RS/6000 and S/390 servers. Support for IBM DB2 on Hewlett Packard and Sun Microsystems server platforms is Read More...
Case Study: Retail Industry BI Deployment
A Japan-based department store chain was experiencing fast growth, opening new stores in commercial complexes at prime locations. The company’s existing

database deployment guidelines  Study: Retail Industry BI Deployment A Japan-based department store chain was experiencing fast growth, opening new stores in commercial complexes at prime locations. The company’s existing business intelligence (BI) tool took up to 12 hours to update sales data from the point of sale (POS) systems. Discover how the company reduced this time, while providing managers the reporting abilities they needed to control sales and improve customer satisfaction. Read More...
Database Scalability for the Enterprise with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
Microsoft Dynamics customer relationship management (CRM) software is designed to help enterprises get a 360-degree view of their customers across marketing

database deployment guidelines  user transactions against a database of over one billion records. Learn how these results can impact the success of your organization. Read More...
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