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Information Security Firewalls Market Report Part Two: Current Market Trends and User Recommendations
Numerous firewall solutions exist in the market. However, decision makers can wade through the thousands of product criteria to find the right solution by

deep packet inspection  are starting to offer deep packet inspection (DPI). DPI is an exciting new technology that could cut into the intrusion detection and prevention market. Some IT decision makers may opt to purchase a DPI firewall in lieu of a stateful packet inspection (SPI) firewall and an additional intrusion detection system. Intrusion detection vendors should rightly be worried about losing market share and start innovating other technologies to remain competitive. Recommendations to Enterprise Firewall Customers Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
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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Information Security Firewalls Market Report Part One: Market Overview and Technology Background
The firewall market is a mature and competitive segment of the information security market. With numerous vendors and firewalls in all price ranges choose from,

deep packet inspection  by firewalls is called deep packet inspection (DPI). While, SPI firewalls examine the packet headers at layers three and four of the open system interconnect (OSI) model (the transport and network layers), DPI occurs at OSI layer seven (the application layer). (See table 1 for layer descriptions.) With an SPI firewall, only the source and destination IP addresses, the TCP/UDP source, and destination ports are examined. DPI, on the other hand, examines the payload of the packets at the application level, Read More...
GNX
GNX is Retail Connect, providing e-business solutions and services that connect retailers, manufacturers and their trading partners to streamline and

deep packet inspection  comprehensive customer support and deep retail experience, GNX simplifies the implementation process – and makes technology investments go further. GNX customers include many of the world's largest retailers and manufacturers: Federated Department Stores; Carrefour; Coles Myer; KarstadtQuelle AG; The Kroger Co.; Metro Group; PPR Group; Ace Hardware; J Sainsbury plc; Sears, Roebuck and Co.; Diageo; Unilever; Colgate-Palmolive; and Kimberly Clark. Based in Chicago, Illinois, GNX also has offices in Read More...
Annata
Annata is an international management consulting and technology services company. With the combination of deep industry experience and comprehensive

deep packet inspection  With the combination of deep industry experience and comprehensive capabilities within chosen technology areas, Annata works closely with customers and partners around the world to help them become high-performance businessesSince the launch of Microsoft Business Solutions and Dynamics AX, Annata’s mission has been to create industry vertical solutions for automotive-, heavy machinery-, agricultural- and fleet companies around the world. Read More...
Collaborative Intelligence Suite
Salient offers a fast enterprise-level, highly-scalable, in-memory business intelligence and business performance management solution with a proven methodology

deep packet inspection  Suite 5.7 to offer deep analytics, fully drillable dashboards, and collaborative knowledge management. Significant enhancements include e-mail alerts, guided analysis storyboards, dashboards with unlimited drill-down options, and dashboard apps for iOS and Android devices to enhance mobility. With 5.7, Salient offers complete visibility, accountability, and control. Read More...
ShopSocially Joins Demandware’s LINK Marketplace
ShopSocially, a social commerce platform provider, announced that it has become a Demandware LINK Technology Partner, joining a community committed to

deep packet inspection  engine optimization (SEO) boost, deep user insights, e-mail and fan acquisition, and word-of-mouth branding. For example, apps like Get-a-Fan and Social Connect help identify loyal shoppers and convert them into Facebook fans and brand ambassadors on social networks. While rewarding shoppers for their social engagement with brand, these modules can collect richer social profiles of website users, for deep social insights into users’ interests and preferences. Moreover, social sharing apps like Share-a Read More...
Steelwedge
Founded in 2000, Steelwedge provides integrated business planning (IBP) solutions, uniting demand, supply, and financial forecasts. The Steelwedge cloud-based

deep packet inspection  on Steelwedge technology and deep domain expertise to help link business strategy and operations. Read More...
Complete Guide for Securing MPLS Networks
The supply of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) services and service providers has grown exponentially with the demand for Internet protocol (IP) and

deep packet inspection  Guide for Securing MPLS Networks The supply of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) services and service providers has grown exponentially with the demand for Internet protocol (IP) and Ethernet services. But while MPLS enhances packet processing speed and network performance, it lacks in security. As government and industry compliance regulations increase, organizations must invest in tools that can ensure security without affecting network performance. Read More...
Talking to an Emptoris Exec Post-Empower 2011 (and Pre-IBM 2012)
I recently published a TEC article about my attendance of Emptoris’ Empower 2011 user conference this past fall. What follows now is my deep-dive interview with

deep packet inspection  follows now is my deep-dive interview with Terrence Curley, Senior Vice President (SVP) of Product Strategy and Development at Emptoris, with the idea of developing some of the main messages from the conference. During this past year, with the acquisition of Rivermine , the telecom expense management (TEM) solution provider, and of Xcitec , the supplier lifecycle management (SLM) solution provider, Emptoris remained focused and opportunistic on expanding in ways that should benefit its global customers Read More...
SAS and Action-Oriented Business Processes: Alliances, Partnerships, and Acquisitions
Combining deep analytics with BI solution functionality, expanding in certain verticals, and by acquiring several well thought out companies, have been key for

deep packet inspection  able to combine their deep analytics and BI solution functionality with certain enterprise applications areas, as seen in the case of MA. This will remain a key feat for these BI vendors as they expand their scope into more action-oriented business processes instead of limiting them to conceptual BI roles. In particular, SAS became a marginal player in the CRM and MA market with its acquisition of Intrinsic in 2001, and the release of SAS Marketing Automation 4 in 2004 gave it some sales traction and mark Read More...
Transforming Inventory into a Strategic Weapon
Strategic inventory management requires a deep understanding of how the end-to-end supply chain is managed. From intelligently micro-segmenting products to

deep packet inspection  inventory management requires a deep understanding of how the end-to-end supply chain is managed. From intelligently micro-segmenting products to creating continuous inventory process improvements, few businesses are capable of transforming their inventory into a competitive advantage. Some forward-looking leaders—backed by technology and expertise from JDA—are changing the definition of inventory optimization. Read how. Read More...
Is Your Enterprise Application on a Road to Nowhere?
Consolidation is a well-documented trend and is to be expected in the market for enterprise applications. This article outlines the evolution of the enterprise

deep packet inspection  the type of text-based, deep search functionality made popular by search engines such as Google. Deep search enables application users to search all the data within their enterprise applications using specific keywords or phrases. Developing a deep search tool for an application is a daunting task. But it is even more challenging for a vendor that markets more than one product. Each product has its own architecture, and a vendor with ten products must engineer a deep search tool ten times, taking into Read More...
Smaller Vendors Can Still Provide Relevant Business Systems Part Two: Market Impact
ERP and other enterprise applications products will thus demonstrate deep industry functionality and tight integration with best-of-breed 'bolt-on' products in

deep packet inspection  products will thus demonstrate deep industry functionality and tight integration with best-of-breed bolt-on' products in a particular vertical, which also means adding sector-specific, fine-grained capabilities. As a matter of fact, verticalization can be seen as part of a larger effort by most enterprise application vendors to ease the implementation of their products. That happens, in part, because the larger, generic ERP packages usually arrive needing to be configured for the business and the industry Read More...
Social ERP Emerges—A Deep Dive into Oracle Social Network
In this report, TEC Senior ERP Analyst Ted Rohm continues his in-depth look at social enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Download the report and get

deep packet inspection  ERP Emerges—A Deep Dive into Oracle Social Network In this report, TEC Senior ERP Analyst Ted Rohm continues his in-depth look at social enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions. Download the report and get the details on the Oracle Social Network, Oracle’s enterprise social collaboration tool, and how it fits within the Oracle Social Cloud suite of products. Read More...
IBM Firewall Discontinued
IBM plans to discontinue development and support of its AS/400 firewall and is referring existing customers to Axent, Checkpoint, and Cisco.

deep packet inspection  Firewall Discontinued Event Summary In February, IBM announced that as of the end of this year, it will cease to market the AS/400 add-on Firewall product, and as of May 31, 2001, it will cease to support it. Citing increased competition, and focus on other products as a priority, IBM said that there are enough alternative firewall products on the market for IBM customers. Many of these products provide a superior solution for AS/400 customers. Market Impact Due to the pace at which security technology Read More...

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