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The Future of Secure Remote Password (SRP)
The Secure Remote Password (SRP) holds great promise as a way to strongly authenticate a user without the usual risks of dictionary attack(s) faced by other

description of the proposed system  is a very simplified description of the SRP-3 client-server handshake. Client sends server username or other unique identifier for server lookup. Server retrieves verifier (v), generator (g) and salt(s) based on Client's unique id. Server sends salt (s) to Client. Client computes x (private key) using s and password (P). Client computes random number (a) and ephemeral public key (A) based on g and a. Client sends A to Server. Server computes random number (b) and ephemeral public key (B) based on b, g 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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(Forgotten) CRM and ERP Kingdoms in the Making?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) vendor Consona is determined to establish a CRM “kingdom” based on Consona

description of the proposed system  results. Below is a description of other features, as outlined in KNOVA 7’s product description :  self-learning “adaptive navigation,” powered by Consona’s patented Cognitive Processor technology, whereby search results dynamically adjust based on the success of other users; in-process, collaborative authoring with re-usable information components, auto-classification, and natural content capture; content presentation, which reflects the reputation of individual documents and people; Read More...
Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part III - Steps in the Architecture Process
Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current

description of the proposed system  is accompanied by a description of relevant requirements. It usually takes the form of a list of sequential actions described in domain-specific prose. Use Case definitions are developed jointly with domain experts and provide a domain model of the system for the purpose of defining architecture. Once system integration and deployment begins, Use Cases are extended with system-specific scenario diagrams that will be elaborated in workflow, procedural changes and system tests [Buhr96], [Jaco92], [Schn98]. Read More...
Who the Heck Needs ROI?
Ten common errors prevent return on investment (ROI) calculations from being used as much or as well as possible. Avoiding intuitive decision making and basing

description of the proposed system  case is a written description of the rationale for proposed approaches. Supporting the rationale are calculations showing the financial return, or benefit, relative to the investment cost of achieving the return—adding up to ROI. An approach's return is typically portrayed by contrasting the approach's cost and revenue cash flows with those that could be expected if there were no change (in other words, business as usual). A business case is not necessary in order to use ROI. Risk, Reward, and Payback Read More...
Function Points: Are They Really the Right Unit of Measure for Software Sizing?
Function points (FPs) are the most popular unit of measure for measuring the size of software. But because FPs were developed in the 1970s, are they not now

description of the proposed system  mistake in the file description in the library caused program errors, and debugging the programs was an onerous task. Maintaining data files was also a tedious task. With RDBMS now having an interactive user interface for defining and maintaining tables and automatic management of indexes, it has become so easy to maintain files that most present-day programmers may not use indexed sequential access method (ISAM) files, inverted files, sequential files, and so on. I have met quite a few present-day Read More...
The Innovator’s Toolbox: Empowering the Next Wave of Difference Makers
The need for innovation is gaining prominence on the executive agenda. But, just how do organizations identify the most promising ideas and translate these

description of the proposed system  Innovator’s Toolbox: Empowering the Next Wave of Difference Makers The need for innovation is gaining prominence on the executive agenda. But, just how do organizations identify the most promising ideas and translate these ideas into successful products? Learn the answer to this question by examining how leading companies empower their innovators with tools and strategies that allow them to leverage ideas and knowledge to develop a steady stream of new and profitable products. Read More...
Sharepoint -The Face Of Your Enterprise Architecture
This paper reviews some of the key challenges faced by today’s enterprises, e.g., use of too many systems and difficulty in information structuring and

description of the proposed system  -The Face Of Your Enterprise Architecture This paper reviews some of the key challenges faced by today’s enterprises, e.g., use of too many systems and difficulty in information structuring and standardization, and explores the features and functionalities of SharePoint that makes it a key component of your enterprise architecture. See how how SharePoint as a platform can be used to integrate enterprise business infrastructure and solutions for your organization. Read More...
Gen Y Talent: How to Attract and Retain the Young and the Restless
Because “Generation Y” will soon make up the bulk of the workforce, companies need to evolve their human resources (HR) programs and services to deliver to Gen

description of the proposed system  Y Talent: How to Attract and Retain the Young and the Restless Because “Generation Y” will soon make up the bulk of the workforce, companies need to evolve their human resources (HR) programs and services to deliver to Gen Y, and focus on recruiting and retaining this next generation of workers. For HR programs to be successful, you need to know the issues surrounding Gen Y in the workplace, including why Gen Y behaves differently from Generation X and the Baby Boomers. Learn more. Read More...
The Hidden Gems of the Enterprise Application Space
Given ever-shorter product life cycles and companies' ever-increasing reliance on third parties to increase customer satisfaction, the need for some form of

description of the proposed system  Hidden Gems of the Enterprise Application Space Emergence of SRM The evolving supplier relationship management (SRM) market and its ever-evolving or emerging constituent parts like e-procurement, strategic sourcing, spend analysis and so on have lately shown great opportunities to the pure-play SRM vendors with genuine value prepositions. These have been seen in increased user awareness and adoption, certain venture capital investments in these days of scarce capital outside the trendy biotechnology Read More...
Case Study: Making the Leap to the 4PL Market
Founded in 1905, Ewals Cargo Care (ECC) has a long history as a third-party logistics provider. In 2002, Ewals took steps to target the then-emerging fourth

description of the proposed system  Study: Making the Leap to the 4PL Market Founded in 1905, Ewals Cargo Care (ECC) has a long history as a third-party logistics provider. In 2002, Ewals took steps to target the then-emerging fourth-party logistics (4PL) market. Making that leap required more than just a refocus of its commercial activities, however. Learn how ECC found a solution to plan, optimize, monitor, and manage the flow of goods—with complete command over all transport requirements. Read More...
Service Lifecycle Management - Tapping into the Value of the Product Aftermarket
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) addresses the full lifecycle of a product. The focus of most of the current PLM solutions, however, does not make the most

description of the proposed system  Lifecycle Management - Tapping into the Value of the Product Aftermarket What is Service Lifecycle Management? Service Lifecycle Management (SLM) is a business initiative focused on servicing a company's products, and the customers that bought them, after the product has been sold. Simply put, SLM focuses on making more money from the product after the initial sale. But it is more than that; it is also a way to become a strategic part of the customer's business after the sale is completed. General Read More...
Winning the War for Talent in the High-tech Industry
People@that is, talent@are at the heart of any strategy to master the business challenges of high-tech companies. For best results, human resources (HR

description of the proposed system  the War for Talent in the High-tech Industry Winning the War for Talent in the High-Tech Industry If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. SAP and leading-edge partners in the high-tech industry are collaborating to deliver innovative solutions and new, extended integration scenarios that address the key challenges in the high-tech industry Source : SAP Resources Related to Winning the War for Talent in the High-Tech Read More...
The Quadstone System
Quadstone sells three products components within the Quadstone System: Decisionhouse, Transactionhouse, and Actionhouse. Decisionhouse is the flagship

description of the proposed system  Quadstone System Quadstone sells three products components within the Quadstone System: Decisionhouse, Transactionhouse, and Actionhouse. Decisionhouse is the flagship product—it combines customer data discovery with automated predictive modeling. Transactionhouse is used to gather data from various sources (relational databases, operational data stores, log, and flat files) into the Quadstone System and perform the necessary data transformations in order to create a single customer view. Actionhouse Read More...
The Impact of the New FRCP Amendments on Your Business
With the recent amendments made to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), businesses must take a closer look at how they manage their electronic data

description of the proposed system  Impact of the New FRCP Amendments on Your Business With the recent amendments made to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), businesses must take a closer look at how they manage their electronic data. Recent studies have shown that many companies are not prepared for how these changes will affect their business. To improve their governance procedures to meet these new requirements, businesses must invest in technology that can adequately preserve electronic data. Read More...

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