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The ASP Decision
The ASP model is the latest in a long line of silver bullets that are supposed to simplify the delivery of technology’s benefits to the business world. This article provides some simple guidelines for determining if you should consider the ASP model along with thoughts on selecting an ASP.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: The ASP Decision The ASP Decision P. Hennigan - December 6, 2000 Read Comments Introduction About every eighteen to twenty-four months the technology industry identifies the latest in a long line of silver bullets that will simplify the delivery of technology s benefits to the business world. The ASP model has recently enjoyed that distinction and the accompanying hype. Unfortunately, wading through the hype to determine if this particular silver bullet can bring value to your business is an arduous task.
12/6/2000

SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us
In the IDC report SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us , you'll learn how a SaaS-based BI solution can help employees throughou...

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us For years, only top executives at large corporations had access to business intelligence (BI). Not anymore. Today, the software as a service (SaaS) revolution has brought the power of BI to companies and decision makers at all levels —including people who create plans and forecasts and manage operations across the enterprise. Is your company taking advantage of the democratization of BI?
9/30/2010 5:01:00 PM

Build versus Buy - A Long Term Decision
With the software industry offering greater options and depth of function , we do not hear the idea of a company building their own software very often, but the option is still discussed and is valid in some situations. When it is discussed, the enterprise often fails in fully evaluating the entire array of plus and minus points.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: Internally focused systems, for example accounting systems, are less demanding while systems that deal with customers tend to be the most volatile. Customer oriented systems face forced change due to both customer demands and competitive pressures. Summary If you are considering building software, the key issue is Why? If the answer is not building or maintaining a competitive advantage, the economics and realities of today s software market will lead to a buy decision. If the answer is building or
9/12/2003

Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria
Whether an application is best implemented as an ASP provided application or service, built in-house or purchased, generally depends on the same criteria as what would be used for outsourcing a function or process. This part details that criteria.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria Miles Szczurek - August 24, 2001 Read Comments Are ASP Applications Right for You? Executive Summary    An Application Service Provider (ASP) provides an outsourced application to a firm, freeing the firm from hardware costs, training on the system operation, installation and system operation itself. Originally, ASP applications focused on a fairly narrow functional scope, however,
8/24/2001

Cloud Assets: A Guide for SMBs—Part 3
Cloud computing is allowing small to medium businesses (SMBs) to gain access to premium enterprise solutions without the traditional price tag of hardware and software licenses. This third and final part of a guide to cloud assets for SMBs reviews various types of cloud configurations and the ramifications of these setups for your organizations, and also considers some of the challenges of public cloud solutions.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: Cloud Assets: A Guide for SMBs—Part 3 Cloud Assets: A Guide for SMBs—Part 3 Phil Reney - April 20, 2011 Read Comments This is the final installment on cloud assets designed to help small to medium businesses (SMBs) looking to incorporate cloud services into their information technology (IT) infrastructure. The two previous entries in this trilogy were about the basics of cloud computing and the procurement of cloud services, which gave you the necessary tools to initiate, broker, and implement a cloud
4/21/2011 9:11:00 AM

Tempest Creates a Secure Teapot
Tempest Software has announced the release of TMS (Tempest Messenger System) version 3.1.1. The product allows suppliers and customers to query corporate databases without any direct access to the actual web or database servers. A firewall is placed between the Internet and the internal systems and the firewall is configured to allow no incoming traffic. This product should prove to be a great annoyance to hackers everywhere.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: Tempest Creates a Secure Teapot Tempest Creates a Secure Teapot M. Reed - October 30, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - October 30, 2000 Event Summary Tempest Software, Inc. today announced it is shipping Release 3.1.1 of its flagship TMS (Tempest Messenger System) product. The enhanced capabilities in this new release are said to raise the standards of performance in Internet enterprise application exchange. The new release includes a feature referred to as TSWEG , or Tempest Secure Web Gateway, which
10/30/2000

Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne—A Business White Paper
This paper describes the benefits of integrating Oracle's software and hardware technologies to achieve optimal results in the form of increased performance, low cost of operation, low energy consumption, and small footprint.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne—A Business White Paper Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne—A Business White Paper Source: Oracle Document Type: White Paper Description: This paper describes the benefits of integrating Oracle s software and hardware technologies to achieve optimal results in the form of increased performance, low cost of operation, low energy consumption, and small footprint. Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne—A Business
5/31/2012 10:59:00 AM

A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based ToolsPart 1: Decision Support Discussion
In going through a business decision process for complex technology selections, more and more use is being made of technologically driven processes using Decision support tools and captured knowledge. The use of these systems and the capability to drive a solution from them assumes an ability to accurately express business requirements and business value within these tools. In this article, we explore the marriage of knowledge management and decision support in forming knowledge based selection systems and procedures that can assist in reducing the current appalling record of IT project failures. This is illustrated by the process to select a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA).

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based Tools Part 1: Decision Support Discussion A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based Tools Part 1: Decision Support Discussion E. Robins - May 30, 2001 Read Comments A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based Tools Part 1: Decision Support Discussion E. Robins - May 30, 2001 Executive Summary    Most business managers, whether vendors, vendor clients or implementers, are unaware of the fundamental capabilities that knowledge
5/30/2001

A Semi–open Source Vendor Discusses Market Trends
A response to trends in the open source software market comes this time from relative newcomer provider xTuple. This vendor’s footprint isn’t entirely in the open source door, however, with OpenMFG, its commercially licensed solution with an open source infrastructure.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: releases, we ve had numerous examples of a local VAR partner capturing customer requirements, working with our community to design and code the solution, and then us certifying, testing, and including the new functionality in the next supported release of xTuple ERP. We believe that as the consolidation continues in the ERP market (see our associated blog, The ERP Graveyard, for more on this), the value proposition of a vendor who works with VARs in this manner will become ever more apparent. Not only do
10/10/2008

SOA From a Management Perspective: Part One
The big buzzword in enterprise-wide package software is service-oriented architecture (SOA). SOA promises to solve a company's software ills, making life easier for information technology departments. This research note takes a look at this new architecture and highlights some concerns.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: everyday lives. A common example is a DVD player. The player offers the service of playing a DVD. You can play multiple DVDs in the player. You can even play the same DVD in another player, but the sound quality may not be the same. SOA, however, should not be confused with object-oriented programming (OOP). Following our DVD example, in OOP the DVD would come with its own player, not to be separated. This diminishes one of the primary advantages of SOA, namely reusability. To understand the evolution of
1/5/2007

Navision Executes At a Slower Pace
In September, Navision Software released its annual report for fiscal 2000, which ended on June 30, 2000. The company continued to increase its market share and product offerings while remaining constantly profitable. However, the net income has declined 25% compared to fiscal 1999.

EXAMPLE OF A MILITARY DECISION PAPER: Navision Executes At a Slower Pace Navision Executes At a Slower Pace P.J. Jakovljevic - October 26, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - October 26, 2000 Event Summary In September, Navision Software a/c (CSE: NAVI.CO), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, released annual report for fiscal 2000 that ended on June 30, 2000 (See Figures 1 and 2). Navision Software achieved 36.8% annual revenue growth in fiscal 2000. Navision Software s solutions are sold exclusively
10/26/2000


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