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Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1 Adds Dysfunction to the Windows Family
Once upon a time, Microsoft products could only be used after the first service pack was released. With Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1, Redmond sets out to prove

fixes and patches  offers more than 500 fixes and enhancements to the various components of the Office 2000 suite. Despite naysayers, Microsoft has enjoyed an explosive deployment rate with Office 2000 since its introduction some nine months ago. With deployment on a record 16 percent of desktops worldwide, Office 2000 has surpassed previous versions twofold, according to the Redmond, Wash., developer. To assist users in deploying SR-1, Microsoft has made available a new e-service called Auto Update. This service can Read More
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Case Study: Protecting Servers and VMs while Preserving Uptime
Quantros, an application service provider (ASP), required a secure network and maximal uptime, but with a small IT department and a small budget. The challenges

fixes and patches  A server solution that fixes vulnerabilities at the root cause and eliminates the need to hastily install patches increased server protection. Find out how. Read More
The Need for Vulnerability Management
New network vulnerabilities appear every day due to flaws in software, faulty configuration, and human error. Detecting, removing, and controlling

fixes and patches  other sources. Pre-Test Patches, Fixes and Workarounds Patching vulnerabilities is not like bandaging a wound or spackling a small hole. It's more like surgery. After software vendors rewrite pieces of an application, the resulting healed software compilation is still vulnerable to other bugs. Software always has and always will have bugs, so organizations should pre-test patches before applying them to live systems. Some faulty patches have crashed business processes. Testing should occur in your Read More
Vulnerability Assessment and Prevention with Rapid7
Ever hear of a company or government agency’s computer systems falling victim to some individuals' malicious activities? In spite of the frequent news

fixes and patches  each of the identified fixes. This way, IT personnel know how to budget their time appropriately and can actively plan their work efforts. Rapid7's penetration testing tool, Metasploit, complements Nexpose, not by reporting but by attacking vulnerabilities. When Metasploit cannot exploit vulnerabilities, it communicates with Nexpose so that Nexpose will adjust its vulnerability reporting accordingly. In other words, Nexpose will no longer consider it an exploitable vulnerability. Metasploit provides some Read More
Desktop Management's Dirty Little Secret
ESD (electronic software distribution) promises to simplify software distribution and management, and eliminate ''sneakernet'' the costly, time-consuming manual

fixes and patches  Managing these desktops when fixes and upgrades appear every week is a network administrator's biggest challenge, and headache. Many enterprises have turned to electronic software distribution (ESD) technology to mitigate desktop and server management pain. ESD promises to simplify software distribution and management, and eliminate sneakernet the costly, time-consuming manual process that some companies still use to do upgrades and installations. Unfortunately, the cure often has some of the same Read More
Outsourcing Security Part 2: Measuring the Cost
Evaluating the cost of outsourcing can be challenging because most organizations cannot fully estimate the financial impact of such a decision.

fixes and patches  Security Part 2: Measuring the Cost Introduction For organizations of all sizes, outsourcing security is becoming an increasingly attractive method for maintaining a strong security posture. In fact, outsourced security is the fastest growing segment of the information security services market, according to a recent Gartner Dataquest study. Often, the decision to outsource security is based on cost: Can the company effectively outsource or co-source security management functions while still Read More
Security Risk Assessment and Management in Web Application Security
Corporations are at risk because Web applications and servers make them susceptible to hackers and cyber crooks. However, companies can perform security risk

fixes and patches  Risk Assessment and Management in Web Application Security Originally published January 27, 2006 Security risk assessment and security risk management have become vital tasks for security officers and IT managers. Corporations face increased levels of risk almost daily from software vulnerabilities hidden in their business-technology systems to hackers and cyber crooks trying to steal proprietary corporate intellectual property, including sensitive customer information. An ever-growing list of Read More
Bonide Selects DEACOM ERP
Bonide Products, Inc. has selected the DEACOM Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to reinforce its operations with a modern technology foundation. Bonide

fixes and patches  need for short-term process fixes, and allows for continued innovation.   Bonide opted for DEACOM ERP over the system upgrade offered by the incumbent vendor, citing DEACOM's modern technology, strong formulation capabilities, built-in warehouse management system (WMS), and real-time mobile access via the iPhone application as the rationale. In general, the company saw DEACOM ERP as a one-stop shop ERP system without the need for bolt-ons or heavy customizations. Read More
Software Development Services
Hi-Tech Export does application development on both Windows and Linux platforms. The company has experience in developing client/server and multitier

fixes and patches  like application maintenance (bug fixes, new features, etc.), testing of web-based solutions, and web publishing. Hi-Tech Export's typical services include - Client/server based software application in various platforms like Visual Basic, SQL Server, Oracle, etc. - Web application development in .NET, Java, ASP, PHP, etc. - Systems Programming in C, C++, and Perl - Migration of systems from one database system to another e.g. SQL Server to Oracle, Informix to Oracle, etc. Hi-Tech Export also provides Read More
The Old ERP Dilemma - Should We Install The New Release?
If you have an older ERP system, and you have decided to continue to pay maintenance, you should be getting periodic releases from the vendor. The frequency of

fixes and patches  presents no value. Bug fixes are always a part of a new release. Typically, this is more an issue of catching up with all the patches that have been issued so that everything is at a controlled level, allowing you and the vendor to more easily support the code. This brings value to the IT department, but this value is not typically enough to justify the new release by itself. What's The Cost?    How do you figure out the cost? You need to inspect each step in the installation process that impacts Read More
Siebel Enters Smaller Markets in a Big Way
Siebel is making a big push into the mid-market with the introduction of eBusiness 2000 MidMarket Edition. This product promises mid-size businesses a more

fixes and patches  there are inevitable bug fixes to be made over the next few months. The second is that Siebel offers its full version products through ASPs. Thus, firms can obtain the specific modules they want on a monthly basis instead of purchasing full suite licenses. Therefore firms considering the purchase of a CRM suite should also perform careful ROI analysis to find out what type of software delivery better suits their needs. Read More
Building a Customer-centric Enterprise Knowledge Base for Improved Customer Support
Within an organization, knowledge bases (KBs) of known product issues and their resolutions are typically created and managed by customer support teams. Their

fixes and patches  the diversity of possible fixes. Organizations can investigate how to build upon the basics within the KB to tackle increasingly complex and relevant customer questions. Direct customer issues toward an in-house–developed online community— while the use of online communities, such as forums, is of obvious relevance (for gathering customer feedback), in order to monitor the accuracy of the information received, an in-house online community may be needed that can compete with existing forums and Read More
Agilera: Making E-Business Agile
Last spring, the ASP market witnessed the arrival of an Application Service Provider designed to help organizations adapt to the rapidly changing IT environment

fixes and patches  (program temporary fixes, bug fixes, release upgrades), and related technical personnel. On May 17, 2000 Agilera announced the opening of a new, Eastern Operations Center in Columbia, South Carolina. Agilera has plans to open two additional operations centers within the next twelve months. The newest center has direct connectivity to the Verio data centers, allowing Agilera to monitor the service delivery from the application infrastructure across the network into the data center. Agilera's operations Read More
Manugistics Lays Groundwork For Talus Integration
This $152 million SCM vendor should make e-commerce the focus of its integration effort.

fixes and patches  incorporate feedback and bug fixes to the final product. It is unlikely that a stable, integrated solution will be generally available before the third quarter of calendar 2001. Read More
TEC Talks to OpenMFGFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart Two: OpenMFG
TEC spoke with the President and Chief Executive Officer of OpenMFG, Edward L. Lilly, Jr., to find out how OpenMFG is leveraging commodity Free and open source

fixes and patches  it leads to quicker fixes for bugs—and all software's got bugs—and quicker turnaround on new functionality and enhancements. TEC : How does this fit in with the types of services OpenMFG offers. You were saying the model centers more around services, consulting, and training, right? NL : We think that's where more and more of the value's going to be. What we want to do is enable our partners to do as much of that as we can. I think, like most software companies serving smaller customers, we can't and Read More

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