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Microsoft Announces SQL Server 2000
On December 13, Microsoft Corp. announced that the next major release of Microsoft« SQL Server, currently code-named

distributed component object model  possible. User Recommendations The distributed aspects of the COM technology are known as DCOM (Distributed Component Object Model). There has been speculation that Microsoft may replace DCOM for Internet intercommunications and replace it with the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), an XML-based mechanism that bridges different object models over the Internet and provides an open mechanism for Web services to communicate with one another. We recommend that customers wait for the soap opera to Read More...
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What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2000, the next major release of SQL Server 7, is Microsoft’s SQL 7 release of its database both re-architected and re-written. Microsoft has high

distributed component object model  staffs. Glossary of Terms Distributed Internet Architecture: Microsoft's term (originally invented for Windows NT) to describe the components that make up its enterprise network architecture built into Windows 2000. It includes software that collectively provides a Web-enabled infrastructure for an organization. ActiveX: A software module based on Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM) architecture. It enables a program to add functionality by calling ready-made components that blend in and appear as Read More...
ProTrak Advantage
ProTrak Advantage is the new edition of ProTrak@s CRM software. Its many features include an automated task scheduler, a workflow template manager, and mass

distributed component object model  architecture based on a distributed component object model (DCOM) and an active data object (ADO), where the business rules are separated from the database and the client. The multi-tier architecture utilizes load balancing by creating multiple applications servers. It allows organizations to scale up their small to medium user base to a larger user base as the company grows. Clients are able to access their information in the ProTrak database through an Internet browser. Read More...
The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog series started a lengthy discussion about the value proposition and parts-and-parcels of business process management (BPM), with an ensuing

distributed component object model  scale up and support distributed user bases and provide resiliency. SmartBPM’s impressive combination of a distributed and heterogeneous server architecture and a centralized rule database provides the required scalability and reliability for mission-critical BPM applications. Companies can start small with pilot projects and departmental solutions and grow towards extensive enterprise backbones. Last but not least, the offering also has some system management  and autonomic (self-healing) computing Read More...
Microsoft Goes Their Own Way with Data Warehousing Alliance 2000
Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) today announced that 47 applications and tools from 39 vendors throughout the industry have qualified for Microsoft« Data

distributed component object model  the Windows DNA platform (Distributed interNet Architecture, introduced in 1997, Microsoft's umbrella term for its enterprise network architecture based on COM and Windows 2000 (NT 5.0)). The Windows DNA platform is advertised as Microsoft's comprehensive platform for building Web applications. We believe this will only serve to further fragment the data warehousing market. Obviously, Oracle is not a member of this alliance, and other applications show spotty representation. For example, in the Read More...
Evolving Business Application Preferences, Part 2: Deployment Preferences
Do executives prefer to deploy business applications on premise? Hosted? In a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model? Do deployment preferences vary by software

distributed component object model  SAP,saas,cloud computing,service as a software,software as a service,deployment software,software deployment,software selection,saas software,hosted software,saas service,saas crm,saas management,saas model,erp saas Read More...
Building Better Software Architecture with the Agile Model
As software products find acceptance among customers, the creators (vendors) of these solutions must adapt the products’ underlying architectures. An agile

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Leveraging A Demand-Driven Manufacturing Model to Enhance Profitability
Successful demand-driven fulfillment manufacturing, include optimal channel and customer relationships, informed on-line buying and selling, order fulfillment

distributed component object model  of these issues affect distributed resources across physical and logical sites. They can include remote production sites, distribution centers, wholesalers, carriers, brokers and suppliers. Therefore, to have effective extended enterprise solutions, these operations need to be integrated through multi-site engineering change, production and distribution functions. Then manufacturers can control the fulfillment process according to the most cost-effective and efficient approach that best serves their Read More...
What Is a PEO? An Introduction to the PEO Model and Its Benefits for Small and Medium-sized Businesses
You entered into business to sell a product or provide a service and generate revenue doing what you do best. But human resources (HR) management is a necessity

distributed component object model  HR outsourcing, human resources outsourcing, professional employer organization, HR management Read More...
Manufacturers and the SaaS Delivery Model
Find out about the advantages of SaaS inreport, Manufacturers and the SaaS Delivery Model.

distributed component object model  manufacturers saas delivery model,manufacturers,saas,delivery,model,saas delivery model,manufacturers delivery model,manufacturers saas model,manufacturers saas delivery. Read More...
Is Your Current HR Service Delivery Model Working for You?
This white paper examines the human resources (HR) service delivery challenges facing organizations today, outlines a common approach to delivering world-class

distributed component object model  HR service delivery model,human resources service delivery,workforce service delivery,streamlined HR service delivery,hr operational excellence,HR service delivery trends,PeopleSoft Workforce Communications,PeopleSoft HelpDesk for Human Resources,Oracle HCM Read More...
UML for C#
C# is a modern object-oriented language for application development. In addition to object-oriented constructs, C# supports component-oriented programming with

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Get on the Grid: Utility Computing
The latest business model in licensing is the utility (on demand) computing and associated pricing. Sometimes called

distributed component object model  utility computing,grid computing,on-demand computing,Internet,ASP/hosting,application software provider,service level agreements,SLA,subscription model,IT providers,small and medium enterprises,Web services,extensible markup language,XML,dynamic hypertext markup language (DHTML) Read More...
16 Percent of BPM Seekers Agree with the SaaS Delivery Model
Recently, Rob Barry summarized some important points on the topic of delivering business process management (BPM) through the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model

distributed component object model  another aspect that I’ve found—distributed organizations are more in favor of the SaaS model. The “SaaS group” contains more multinational organizations and fewer single site organizations than the “non-SaaS group” (Figure 1). Figure 1. Organization structure composition: “SaaS group” vs. “non-SaaS group” Industry In his article, Barry mentioned that due to security concerns, the acceptance level of the SaaS model varies in different industries. The above mentioned data shows that Read More...

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