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IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops, will now cover the whole range, including newly-released models for home and business.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: IBM PC Line Redrawn IBM PC Line Redrawn R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Event Summary 9/14/2000 [Source: IBM] IBM has added new models to its NetVista PC family, completing the desktop PC model transition begun earlier this year. The activity continues IBM s Edge of Network initiative, with devices designed from the ground up for fast, high-bandwidth Internet access, easy set-up and simplified use. Additions include: New Netvista desktop systems New data
9/27/2000

IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its Netfinity line of Intel-based servers

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: IBM Updates the Netfinity Line IBM Updates the Netfinity Line R. Krause - May 5, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 5, 2000 Event Summary Taking aim at the growing Internet infrastructure business, IBM introduced three new models - 4500R, 6000R and 5100 - to its Netfinity line of Intel-based servers. These new R servers complement their current rackmount offerings, the Netfinity 4500R and 8500R. IBM officials said the 4500R is aimed at ISPs (Internet service providers) and ASPs (application service
5/5/2000

The Power of One
The typical mid-market company that has roughly $350 million in annual revenue, has not fully automated its business processes, and would gladly give up its legacy systems if everything could work from one server, and give the executives the information they need in the process. Another opinion in the dilemma - the one-stop shop versus best-of breed concept.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: The Power of One The Power of One Brion Schweers - August 27, 2003 Read Comments Introduction So many articles today discuss the capabilities of integration services and their ability to tie together information from multiple disparate systems. In the marketplace there are stand-alone products, provided by companies like Tibco and Vitria that perform these services, and it seems that all of the major ERP vendors now have an integration story of their own. The focus on integration stems from the fact that
8/27/2003

Compaq Streamlines Product Line
Compaq is simplifying its sometimes dizzying range of product offerings in its business desktop lines. This bodes well for their customers.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: Compaq Streamlines Product Line Compaq Streamlines Product Line C. McNulty - April 10, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [20 March 2000 - ZDNet] Compaq Computer Corp. is betting that slimming down its commercial desktop PC line will increase profitability. As part of CEO Michael Capellas strategy for getting Compaq (NYSE: CPQ) back on track, the company will streamline its commercial desktop PC line. Sources said Compaq will attempt to make this part of its business profitable again by slimming down the
4/10/2000

Is Green the New Gold ?
“Green IT” and “carbon footprint” are the new buzzwords that echo in the couloirs of corporate houses. Many organizations are undertaking green IT initiatives, either out of genuine concern for the environment or to jump on the bandwagon. Whatever the reason, “going green” is a commitment that is fast gaining momentum. This paper attempts to give an overview of the whats, whys, and hows of green IT/computing.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: Is Green the New Gold ? Is Green the New Gold ? Source: Nous Infosystems Pvt. Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: “Green IT” and “carbon footprint” are the new buzzwords that echo in the couloirs of corporate houses. Many organizations are undertaking green IT initiatives, either out of genuine concern for the environment or to jump on the bandwagon. Whatever the reason, “going green” is a commitment that is fast gaining momentum. This paper attempts to give an overview of the whats,
3/23/2010 2:12:00 AM

How the Mining Industry Benefits from ERP Systems
Integrated enterprise resource planning software normalizes the reporting requirements for a mining company’s various departments. This article loosely shows the parallels between the operations in a mining company and those of a manufacturer whose product is sold on store shelves.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: How the Mining Industry Benefits from ERP Systems How the Mining Industry Benefits from ERP Systems Leslie Satenstein - August 12, 2009 Read Comments Originally Published - March 26, 2008 Mining is a multifaceted business, one that in many ways parallels a repetitive manufacturing business. The analogy is that exploration and marketing for a mining company, for example, is similar to the marketing research performed by a manufacturer, although a noted difference between the two is that most mines are of
8/12/2009

The Four Ps of Food Safety
Food processors need to consider the impact of recalls and other food safety issues on brand and revenue. Olin Thompson suggests the four Ps. Food safety is in the news, and recalls are not uncommon. For the food processor, a well-publicized incident can mean major damage to its brand and its revenue—and maybe the end of the company. The greater a food company’s risk, the greater the need for a proactive food safety strategy. Olin Thompson suggests the four Ps for a food safety strategy.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: The Four Ps of Food Safety The Four Ps of Food Safety Olin Thompson - December 6, 2010 Read Comments Food safety is in the news, on the Web, and a frequent point of conversation. Scares and recalls are not uncommon. For the food processor, a well-publicized incident can mean major damage to its brand and its revenue—and maybe the end of the company. The greater a food company’s risk, the greater the need for a proactive food safety strategy. Food safety strategy can be summarized with “the four
12/7/2010 8:21:00 AM

Testability in the NGN
End-to-end performance monitoring on signaling and bearer links, and on inter-networking between service and transport provider domains, are the most complicated and necessary areas of a new management networks paradigm. The testability of next-generation networks (NGNs) and their components should thus be addressed in the context of the performance and fault management functional areas of the telecommunication management network (TMN).

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: Testability in the NGN Testability in the NGN Source: MultiService Forum Document Type: White Paper Description: End-to-end performance monitoring on signaling and bearer links, and on inter-networking between service and transport provider domains, are the most complicated and necessary areas of a new management networks paradigm. The testability of next-generation networks (NGNs) and their components should thus be addressed in the context of the performance and fault management functional areas of the
7/21/2006 2:46:00 PM

Ariba s 15-Year Journey into the B2B Commerce Cloud
P.J. Jakovljevic reviews Ariba's history and discusses its market with Dan Ashton, Senior Manager of Solutions Marketing for Commerce Cloud Solutions. Ariba’s collaborative business commerce solutions focus on the basics: buying, selling, and managing cash. Ariba’s cloud-based vision has grown a vast network trading community to help businesses connect with each other and with suppliers. TEC Principal Analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews Ariba's 15-year history and discusses its market with Dan Ashton, Senior Manager of Solutions Marketing for Commerce Cloud Solutions.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: Ariba s 15-Year Journey into the B2B Commerce Cloud Ariba s 15-Year Journey into the B2B Commerce Cloud PJ Jakovljevic - June 16, 2011 Read Comments Founded in late 1996 in Sunnyvale, California (US), Ariba is today the leading provider of collaborative business commerce solutions for buying and selling goods and services. The company’s mission is to transform the way companies of all sizes, industries, and geographies buy and sell goods and services and manage cash. By delivering electronic-commerce
6/17/2011 11:19:00 AM

Supplier Parks - Back to the Future
As supply chains become increasingly integrated and synchronized, we are witnessing the evolution of the business/production models (in some industries) that merge virtual integration with elements of the older vertically integrated enterprise. This has profound consequences, in particular for suppliers to OEMs.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: Supplier Parks - Back to the Future Supplier Parks - Back to the Future Bill McBeath - December 9, 2003 Read Comments Business Integration Models: The Old and the New Ford s River Rouge complex, the largest industrial complex in the world during the 1920 s and 30 s, is often cited as the prototypical example of vertical integration. Iron ore came in one side and autos came out the other end. Contrast that with the development of virtually integrated supply chains during the 80 s and 90 s: thousands of
12/9/2003

Boosting the Bottom Line with Master Data Management
You may not have heard of master data management (MDM), but it can help an organization cut costs while strengthening its sales and marketing efforts. Find out how MDM can help boost your company’s bottom line in this latest podcast.

FLOWCHART FOR THE COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING ALGORITHM: Boosting the Bottom Line with Master Data Management Boosting the Bottom Line with Master Data Management Shockwave Flash plug-in is not installed or disabled. You may not have heard of master data management (MDM), but it can help an organization cut costs while strengthening its sales and marketing efforts. Find out how MDM can help boost your company’s bottom line in this latest podcast.   comments powered by Disqus Related Audio Clips: Interview with Eron Kelly, General Manager, SQL Server Product
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