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Rewrite or Wrap-Around Old Software? Part One: Event Summary
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface (UI)/presentation, and the platform support

dynamic hypertext markup language  suites, delivered richer, more dynamic, and higher performance UIs with tight integration to Microsoft desktop office products for nearly always-connected, power users, and pure HTML/Dynamic HTML (DHTML) UI for external and casual users of the system. Extending back-office applications to the Internet stems from the intent of many IT organizations not to reinvent the wheel in their scramble to create e-commerce applications. By extending the existing ERP system to support e-commerce, organizations not 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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dynamic hypertext markup language  search as easy and dynamic as a web search, but with the added ability to accommodate the unique problems of database metadata structure. Tools that can help achieve this goal are as important and useful as tools that help abstract the complexities of SQL generation from the end user. Ideally, the final goal of database information retrieval is a dynamic tool (without IT intervention) that completely hides both metadata and SQL from the business users. However, the wide variations of metadata (unlike the Read More...
A Simplified Approach to Powerful, Flexible Data Visualization
Corda's CenterView™ enterprise performance dashboards allow users and software partners to use Corda's dashboards to create the presentation layer of analytics,

dynamic hypertext markup language  presents data in a dynamic, geographical format for display on any Web browser. CORDA Highwire —a tool that delivers high-speed, server-based hypertext markup language (HTML)-to-PDF conversion for high-quality document creation and print output. CORDA CenterView Builder —a graphical design tool used to build complete interfaces for Corda's CenterView 2.0. CORDA Tools Builder —a graphical design tool used by developers to customize the look and feel of charts, graphs, and maps. Product Strengths Read More...
Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture
Traditional enterprise systems have proven difficult to change and extend. The inherent problem of old core code and business logic duplication is part of the

dynamic hypertext markup language  users, and pure HTML/ dynamic HTML (DHTML) UIs for external and casual users of the system. The latest so-called Web 2.0 technologies like asynchronous JavaScrip t (AJAX) and extensible markup language (XML) certainly bridge the divide with the best of both worlds (see Software as a Service Is Gaining Ground ). For more background information, see Architecture Evolution: From Mainframe to SOA . Challenges of Extending Enterprise Resource Planning to the Internet Extending back-office applications to the Read More...
What Is Software as a Service?
Though born from the ashes of traditional hosting models, software as a service differs fundamentally from its predecessors. Its software is designed to be

dynamic hypertext markup language  importantly, the development of dynamic hypertext markup language (DHTML) has allowed Web content to change every time it is viewed, by enabling a Web page to react to user input without sending requests to the Web server. This, in particular, has introduced a degree of interactivity to Web-based applications that was simply not possible a few years ago. Back then, users were either forced to fill in and submit cumbersome hypertext markup language (HTML) forms, or they had to run additional thin client Read More...
Dynamic Best Practices of Vulnerability Management
Vulnerability management, the discovery of vulnerabilities and assessment of the risk to the network, is a critical part of both the security and business

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Risk Mitigation and Functional Requirements in Dynamic Compliance Environments
Risk, risk mitigation, and accountability are at the center of several key industry regulations and are factored into all forms of financial and operational

dynamic hypertext markup language  and Functional Requirements in Dynamic Compliance Environments Risk, risk mitigation, and accountability are at the center of several key industry regulations and are factored into all forms of financial and operational metrics. Learn how enterprise software can be used to develop strong models using balanced planning to mitigate risk. Read More...
Eccentex and Virtusa Team Up for Cloud Case Management
Eccentex, a provider of dynamic case management (DCM) software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions using the multitenant cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS) AppBase

dynamic hypertext markup language  , a provider of dynamic case management (DCM) software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions using the multitenant cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS) AppBase , yesterday announced a partnership with global IT services company Virtusa Corporation . DCM, also known as adaptive case management, supports  evolving knowledge worker needs  and allows organizations to optimize case outcomes, improve customer services, and mitigate risk. This is a major partnership endorsement for Eccentex, as the company continues to Read More...
Great Plains: Strong Channel and Microsoft focus for Dynamic(s) Growth
Great Plains has established very strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the ERP market, with a large and loyal

dynamic hypertext markup language  and Microsoft focus for Dynamic(s) Growth Vendor Summary Great Plains Software, Inc. is a global provider of enterprise business solutions for the small-to-medium enterprises (SME) market. Great Plains offers e-business applications for financials, distribution, enterprise reporting, project accounting, e-commerce, human resources management, manufacturing, sales and marketing management, and customer service and support. Founded in 1981, with headquarters in Fargo, ND, USA, the Company is currently one Read More...
Cascade Server
Cascade Server is a web content management (WCM) solution designed around extensible markup language (XML) and for any network environment

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Trends for 2011: Botnets and Dynamic Malware
Crimeware (malware related to computer crimes committed in order to gain financial profit) has proven its maturity by the increase in the number of malicious

dynamic hypertext markup language  for 2011: Botnets and Dynamic Malware Crimeware (malware related to computer crimes committed in order to gain financial profit) has proven its maturity by the increase in the number of malicious programs to which the term can be legitimately applied, as well as the increase in the proportion of this kind of malware to more traditional malicious code. This report reviews the main trends as regards malicious programs and antivirus security. Read More...
Dynamic Content: Connecting Performance and Learning
To understand the meaning and value of dynamic content, you must first look at the various approaches to e-learning. Traditional e-learning hard-bakes content

dynamic hypertext markup language  meaning and value of dynamic content, you must first look at the various approaches to e-learning. Traditional e-learning hard-bakes content into static material, causing updates to become a very lengthy process. Dynamic content strategies, however, delivered through evolving learning content management (LCM) technologies, provide efficient, error-free content revision. Find out how LCM can benefit you. Read More...
Human-Machine Interaction Company Ramps Up Firewall Product Line
Will firewalls and sign-language soon be interactive? If anyone can do it, Cybernet Systems will be the first.

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E-Procurement in What Language?
PeopleSoft recently announced general availability of eProcurement 2.0. The latest release touts multi-language and multi-currency capabilities powered by XML

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Adonis: DNS/DHCP for Small to Medium Sized Business
Small to medium businesses have typically built their own domain name system (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) services, used Windows DNS

dynamic hypertext markup language  name system (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) services, used Windows DNS/DHCP, or turned to a hosted service provider for these services. This approach may appear to offer tremendous savings, but contains many hidden costs and risks that are not always apparent until a catastrophic loss of service occurs. Read More...

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