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HP e-Vectra Product Follow-up
Hewlett Packard announced that the e-Vectra sealed case would include an “easy swap” hard drive.

e vectra  e-Vectra Product Follow-up HP e-Vectra Product Follow-up C. McNulty - Date, 2000 Event Summary Hewlett Packard [NYSE:HWP] has recently clarified its product direction for its new e-Vectra line of appliance PCs. In a conference with TechnologyEvaluation.com, HP announced that the e-Vectra sealed case would include an easy swap hard drive. We believe this overcomes one of major objections to appliance PCs like the e-Vectra - since the hard drive is typically the most likely PC system component to need Read More
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HP: Why Not Just Call It “e-Vectra.com”?
HP succumbing to the trend for simple, sealed case PC’s, will release the e-Vectra in April. E-look before you e-leap.

e vectra  panache of its prefixed e-Vectra cousin, but at least you can replace a Vectra hard drive. That said, the HP e-Vectra offers better legacy support, and faster processors, than Compaq's iPaq, for little additional cost - about $50. User Recommendations Two things need to happen before e-Vectras can be evaluated for your organization. First, Microsoft needs to release Service Pack 1 for Windows 2000. Second, your organization needs to plan and budget a transition for your legacy peripherals. Then, and Read More
What’s in a Name?
Hewlett-Packard, following a path recently trod by IBM, has decided to maintain a single 'e-PC' product name, eliminating the e-Vectra and e-Brio names.

e vectra  SMB e-PC banner. HP's e-PCs are small, stripped-down versions of the standard desktop machine, competing in the same market as Compaq's iPAQ and IBM's NetVista products. Currently, the standard Vectra product line is aimed at the corporate PC market, and standard Brio is aimed at small business. The SMB e-PC line will cover both those markets. HP will provide only four different hardware configurations for the new line, a reduction from the eight for the combined e-Vectra and e-Brio lines, which have Read More
HP “Medals” In U.S. PC Olympics
In the U.S. desktop PC market, Hewlett Packard and Gateway have been closely embroiled for the #3 position in the market. This trend will not continue. TEC

e vectra  “Medals” In U.S. PC Olympics HP Medals In U.S. PC Olympics C. McNulty - May 26, 2000 Introduction Hewlett Packard [NYSE:HWP] and Gateway [NYSE:GTW] have both become consumer driven PC businesses. However, when IBM [NYSE:IBM] chose to exit the retail market, HP was poised to take over - since an HP Pavilion was usually already one shelf over at CompUSA or Best Buy. (For a broader overview of the market, please see TEC's article Desktop PC's: Meet the New Boss .) Gateway and HP have tracked general Read More
Dell Drops WebPC
Dell Computer Corporation has decided to drop its 'WebPC' appliances, with somewhat less fanfare than was created for its November, 1999, announcement.

e vectra  Drops WebPC Dell Drops WebPC R. Krause - August 1, 2000 Event Summary Dell Computer Corporation has decided to stop selling the WebPC, Dell's attempt to break into the nascent Internet appliance consumer market. Dell blamed disappointing sales and component shortages for its decision. Originally announced in November, 1999, with a starting price of $999, the WebPC went through a round of price cutting in March, 2000, dropping the base price to $799 - still higher than the $599 price from competitors. Read More
Macromedia Shocks with Flashy E-commerce Plans
Macromedia, best known for its Shockwave and Flash technologies that bring animation to the browser, has announced a sweeping series of moves to make it a

e vectra  Shocks with Flashy E-commerce Plans Event Summary Macromedia (Nasdaq: MACR) is recreating itself into a major provider of tools specifically targeted for the development of E-commerce software and systems. Besides its best known products, Shockwave and Flash, Macromedia develops software for Web publishing and Web learning. Other Macromedia products include its Dreamweaver authoring software and an E-commerce construction kit called Drumbeat 2000. It has now embarked on a strategic plan - the Read More
From E-mail Bankruptcy to Business Productivity
Most strategies for dealing with e-mail deluge involve getting more power out of the e-mail solution: greater storage or better spam filters. But what if you’ve

e vectra  E-mail Bankruptcy to Business Productivity Most strategies for dealing with e-mail deluge involve getting more power out of the e-mail solution: greater storage or better spam filters. But what if you’ve got the problem all wrong? The purpose of technology, including e-mail, is to enhance employee productivity. Find out how online collaboration tools can help you reduce the e-mail deluge, streamline information management, and increase overall productivity. Read More
Should E-Business Be Inside or Outside of IT?
All the recent management trends from Continuous Improvement to Business Process Re-engineering have had the same issue we see with E-Business. They have

e vectra  E-Business Be Inside or Outside of IT? Editor's note : I have tried to distinguish e-business from E-Business. When it is to be a separate department, it is capitalized, when it is a responsibility of IT it is lower case. Except for IT, we do not usually capitalize departments in the context of an article, for example, marketing, sales, operations, etc. Background Many companies separated their early organizational effort in e-business from the traditional IT function.Often, a company's Web presence Read More
Finding Your Way Around E-commerce
Breaking into E-commerce can have you going in circles. This document provides an E-Commerce Roadmap to both prepare you for your trip and keep you from bumping

e vectra  Your Way Around E-commerce Introduction Breaking into E-commerce can have you going in circles. That's not necessarily bad - you may not be sure where you are or where you're going, but there's a limit to how lost you can get. Even so, it's natural to want to get your bearings: E-commerce can be a dizzying ride. One report predicts that online sales in just one niche market will soon reach $3.5 billion. Another says that E-commerce will save businesses trillions in just a few years. Pretty exciting Read More
Reducing Total E-mail Response Time
Managing huge volumes of customer e-mail can be a daunting challenge. Indeed, for organizations that deal with a high volume of e-mail, shaving seconds off

e vectra  Total E-mail Response Time Managing huge volumes of customer e-mail can be a daunting challenge. Indeed, for organizations that deal with a high volume of e-mail, shaving seconds off average e-mail response time can save hundreds of thousands of dollars. The key to managing this influx is to reduce average total e-mail response time. Learn about the three components of total e-mail response time, and find out how you can improve in each of these areas. Read More
EAI Vendor Extricity Teams with Moai to Automate E-Commerce Systems
Enterprise Application Integration vendor Extricity announced a business-to-business alliance with Moai Technologies, Inc., to provide a full-range of automated

e vectra  Vendor Extricity Teams with Moai to Automate E-Commerce Systems EAI Vendor Extricity Teams with Moai to Automate E-Commerce Systems M. Reed - May 11, 2000 Event Summary In April Moai Technologies, Inc., a provider of negotiated e-commerce solutions, announced it has entered into a partnership with Extricity, Inc. to provide a single, complete interface, automating a full range of e-commerce systems. Extricity provides a family of business-to-business (B2B) software solutions, which are designed to Read More
E-trading Latency Remediation
There is an ongoing arms race in the financial services industry to be competitive in electronic trading (e-trading) markets. Significant business risks exist

e vectra  trading Latency Remediation There is an ongoing arms race in the financial services industry to be competitive in electronic trading (e-trading) markets. Significant business risks exist, in terms of organizational reputation as well as the bottom line. The challenge is to minimize end-to-end latencies, and to ensure consistent performance levels, particularly in fast-moving markets—a challenge spanning both application and infrastructure teams. Read More
Bank is First Mover in Canadian E-Commerce
TD Bank of Canada has entered into a partnership with Commerce One to create an E-purchasing marketplace in Canada. As the first such endeavor, the bank hopes

e vectra  is First Mover in Canadian E-Commerce Event Summary TD Bank (Toronto-Dominion Bank) of Canada (NYSE: TD) is creating a Canadian marketplace to bring E-purchasing and other services to Canadian companies. The bank is partnering with Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) to create the marketplace and will make Commerce One's other networks available to its customers. (See TEC News Analysis articles: Commerce One to Procure for the Antipodes...and Elsewhere and Commerce One Goes High, Wide and PeopleSoft ). Read More

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