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Video Synopsis Technology
Despite all the technological advances that have been made in video surveillance, viewing and analysis of recorded video surveillance footage is still a costly and time-intensive task that often requires a large team. Learn about one solution that provides a complete representation of all events occurring during 24 hours of video footage in a condensed clip, as short as a few minutes long.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: Video Synopsis Technology Video Synopsis Technology Source: BriefCam Document Type: White Paper Description: Despite all the technological advances that have been made in video surveillance, viewing and analysis of recorded video surveillance footage is still a costly and time-intensive task that often requires a large team. Learn about one solution that provides a complete representation of all events occurring during 24 hours of video footage in a condensed clip, as short as a few minutes long. Video
4/6/2010 6:01:00 AM

A Short Guide to a Faster WAN
Wide area networks (WANs) are essential to the majority of businesses, enabling effective communications within the organization and with customers, partners, and suppliers. As more bandwidth-intensive applications are added to the mix, these networks are expected to handle the extra load—which can decrease its performance. Ensuring WAN usage is well-managed eliminates unwanted traffic and accelerates business activity.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: A Short Guide to a Faster WAN A Short Guide to a Faster WAN Source: Quocirca Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: Wide area networks (WANs) are essential to the majority of businesses, enabling effective communications within the organization and with customers, partners, and suppliers. As more bandwidth-intensive applications are added to the mix, these networks are expected to handle the extra load—which can decrease its performance. Ensuring WAN usage is well-managed eliminates unwanted
7/18/2007 7:56:00 AM

Why Project ERP Solutions Often Fall Short
In a recent study conducted by IFS North America, where ERP manufacturing professionals of middle- to large-market manufacturers were asked about their ERP solutions, more than one-third of respondents indicated that they have no integration between their project management software and their enterprise system, even though the great majority consider the use of set projects to manage tasks and procedures to be a necessity. IFS's Charles Rathmann explains the study's key findings regarding existing issues in project management functionality in ERP systems, and how to use this information for making smarter ERP purchasing decisions.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: Why Project ERP Solutions Often Fall Short Why Project ERP Solutions Often Fall Short Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: White Paper Description: In a recent study conducted by IFS North America, where ERP manufacturing professionals of middle- to large-market manufacturers were asked about their ERP solutions, more than one-third of respondents indicated that they have no integration between their project management software and their enterprise system, even though the great majority
1/10/2013 11:35:00 AM

The Truth about Agent-based versus Agentless Monitoring: A Short Guide to Choosing the Right Solution
Monitoring servers, environments, platforms, applications, and services have become key ingredients for building successful IT departments. However, it can be a daunting task to find the right solution to accomplish these critical needs with a limited budget and tight timelines. Learn about the differences between agent-based and agentless monitoring, so you can make the right decision based on your company’s needs.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: The Truth about Agent-based versus Agentless Monitoring: A Short Guide to Choosing the Right Solution The Truth about Agent-based versus Agentless Monitoring: A Short Guide to Choosing the Right Solution Source: Uptime Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Monitoring servers, environments, platforms, applications, and services have become key ingredients for building successful IT departments. However, it can be a daunting task to find the right solution to accomplish these critical needs with
12/10/2008 9:27:00 AM

Intranets: A World of Possibilities
An intranet precisely built can thoroughly simplify work processes and provide a repository of all internal, electronic data. It empowers employees and reduces the waste that paper-based documents create

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: Intranets: A World of Possibilities Intranets: A World of Possibilities Lynn Koller - June 27, 2000 Read Comments Introduction Most banks have plans for the Internet. Even though few derive a quantifiable profit from investing in an Internet program, inertia in this electronic era may equal eventual extinction. The Internet is one of the most ballyhooed innovations of the past couple of decades, and has spawned hundreds of new technologies for the banking industry. One of these is a practical tool that
6/27/2000

A CRM System Needs A Data Strategy
A customer relationship management (CRM) system is inherently valuable for supporting customer acquisition and retention by gathering data from each contact with customers and prospects. Collecting data, however, cannot be isolated from a strategy for actually using that data. Here is an overview of how to evolve the focus of a data strategy to specifically suit both the acquisition and retention phases.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: A CRM System Needs A Data Strategy A CRM System Needs A Data Strategy David McNamara - July 3, 2003 Read Comments Introduction An underutilized customer relationship management (CRM) system - or one that cannot match its owner s expectations - will reflect poorly on both the vendor who sold it and the IT manager who authorized the purchase and installed it. Both, however, can help successfully manage such expectations (and add value to their respective roles) by wisely counseling about the strategic
7/3/2003

Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98
There’s a system security hole that can crash your Windows 95 or 98 system. How long has it taken Microsoft to fix it? Three months and counting.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98 Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98 C. McNulty - April 5, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary 10 March 2000 (PCWeek) Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) today admitted it found out months ago that there is a hole in its Windows 95 and 98 operating systems that leads to system crashes, yet decided the problem wasn t serious enough to warrant alerting customers or issuing a patch. The problem arises when a user goes to a Web page or opens a Web-based e-mail message that contains a
4/5/2000

The Payoffs of a Single View
Ensuring customer quality is the key to customer loyalty and retention. When a company treats its customers like it doesn’t know them, it’s bad for business. This occurs when companies work with disparate data—using one database for sales, another for marketing, and a third for operations. Developing a real-time solution that provides a single view of the customer is by far the best way to increase customer satisfaction.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: The Payoffs of a Single View The Payoffs of a Single View Source: Infor Document Type: White Paper Description: Ensuring customer quality is the key to customer loyalty and retention. When a company treats its customers like it doesn’t know them, it’s bad for business. This occurs when companies work with disparate data—using one database for sales, another for marketing, and a third for operations. Developing a real-time solution that provides a single view of the customer is by far the best way to
12/3/2007 3:12:00 PM

A Guide to Software Test Tools
Testing a system well is harder than building it. In the face of new risks introduced by the ever-increasing complexity of software and hardware, test tools may be your only practical way to be confident that you've got just what you paid for. From gathering the initial requirements to supporting the system after it has been deployed, test tools are available to support all phases of a project. This article looks at the ways that test tools can be used to design, code, and (of course) test a system.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: A Guide to Software Test Tools A Guide to Software Test Tools James Lyndsay - December 15, 2008 Read Comments Originally published – July 16, 2004 Overview Whether you are buying or making software, test tools help you get the most from your investment. A useful test tool gives you far more than efficiency; it will help you avoid trouble, provide vital information, and can enable your organization to take new opportunities with greater agility and strength. Testing a system well is harder than building
12/15/2008

SPSS Has A New ShowCase
On November 7, 2000, SPSS announced that they have signed an agreement to purchase ShowCase Corporation. The company sees a large part of its future in the analytical CRM market, and will use ShowCase to bolster staff and expertise levels.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: SPSS Has A New ShowCase SPSS Has A New ShowCase M. Reed - November 14, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - November 14, 2000 Event Summary On November 7, 2000, SPSS (NASDAQ: SPSS) announced that they have signed an agreement to purchase ShowCase Corporation (NASDAQ: SHWC). SPSS expects that this move will bolster its presence in the analytical customer relationship management market (as versus operational CRM). The transaction is expected to be concluded during the quarter ending March 30, 2001 and is valued at
11/14/2000

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.

FORMATTING A SHORT SYNOPSIS: 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


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