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Data, Data Everywhere: A Special Report on Managing Information
The quantity of information in the world is soaring. Merely keeping up with, and storing new information is difficult enough. Analyzing it, to spot patterns and

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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Cart32 in Need of Duct Tape
With a gaping security hole, anyone using Cart32 can buy all kinds of stuff for free, or whatever price they feel like paying.

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What you Should Know about Licensed versus License-free Microwave
As with any hot market, point-to-point wireless is bait for the pathologicallyopportunistic. In this atmosphere—often termed

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Begin at the End: A Good Lean Strategy Starts with Defining Your Ultimate Goal
You know the statistics—lean can shorten your lead times, reduce inventories, cut operating costs, free up resources, and more. But countless surveys have

free decline letters  inventories, cut operating costs, free up resources, and more. But, countless surveys have confirmed that most lean initiatives are abandoned outright or fail to deliver expected and needed results. One well-known lean business consultant estimates that the failure rate is 98% (as measured by little impact to the bottom line),1 and we have found little reason to doubt these findings. What is it the 2% of companies know that the others do not? Are these successes confined to a restricted list of industry Read More...
A Mid-Winter's Nightmare: Economic Notes for the Winter Holiday Season
The US is the largest debtor nation in the world, with the largest per capita consumption of energy, and its currency is in decline. Does that mean a decline

free decline letters  Mid-Winter's Nightmare: Economic Notes for the Winter Holiday Season Introduction After the red, white, and blue confetti and balloons have fallen, it is back to work! It's time to roll up our sleeves and deal with the real issues: The US is the largest debtor nation in the world. The US is the largest per capita consumer of energy. The US currency is in decline, assuring a decline in our way of life and our world super power status. There is a connection—and the bill is due. Well read Americans will ha Read More...
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Case Study: Greater Visibility Gives Staffco a Competitive Edge
Staffco, employing nearly 20 high-level sales engineers, sought a customer relationship management (CRM) system to free itself from the manual processes of its

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Today's IT Spending and Enterprise FOSS
Making the blog rounds today: points about enterprise software purchasing in response to poor economic conditions. I'm thinking about the relationship to free

free decline letters  about the relationship to free and open source (FOSS) enterprise systems as well as the pricing and priorities companies are facing in terms of their means for purchasing and implementing things like ERP systems. Curt Monash's NetworkWorld.com article predicted a rocky September for IT vendors. He didn't pursue a level of granularity that distinguished types of enterprise software but if you look at some of the recent news from both proprietary and open source vendors you get the impression that Read More...
Product End-of-life: A Primer
There are five stages that usually make up the lifecycle of a product: introduction, growth, maturity, decline, and termination.During introduction

free decline letters  End-of-life: A Primer There are five stages that usually make up the lifecycle of a product: introduction, growth, maturity, decline, and termination. During introduction, companies typically focus on the success of the product. Maturity is the stage when their focus is to take advantage of momentum and sell as much as possible. Only during maturity or decline do they start worrying about product end-of-life—which may be too late, as the transition from maturity to decline can happen very quickly Read More...
Open Source and Linux, IT Services Software Evaluation Report
The model of IT services for Free and Open Source software (FOSS) helps identify the characteristics clients require from consultants, integrators, resellers

free decline letters  of IT services for Free and Open Source software (FOSS) helps identify the characteristics clients require from consultants, integrators, resellers, etc. to develop, support, migrate, and implement enterprise solutions or services that are based on, or are themselves, FOSS. In addition, it supports standard criteria important to enterprise Linux rollouts or migrations. Read More...
Microsoft New Online Messenger ~ Dope Slaps AOL’s Instant Messenger
So why would users switch from AOL’s Instant Messaging client to Microsoft’s? Quite simple really, throw in free long distance phone service, offer a comparable

free decline letters  software beefed up with free long-distance Internet phone service that turns up the heat on messaging arch-rival America Online Inc. Market Impact In the inevitable leapfrog race of instant messaging, Microsoft has thrown down a straight flush with the debut of MSN Instant Messenger 3.0, incorporating free Net2Phone. We are certain that interoperability with any version of AOL's Instant Messenger client is about as likely as the immediate emergence of flying cars. So why would users switch from AOL's Inst Read More...
AGPL v3 Touches Web Services
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) issued a press release on its newly published Affero General Public License (AGPL) version 3. This license affects the

free decline letters  Touches Web Services The Free Software Foundation ( FSF ) issued a press release on its newly published Affero General Public License (AGPL) version 3. This license affects the modification and distribution of software oriented toward Web-based services. The popular adoption of Web-based applications as an alternate to in-house software implementations has meant that free and open source software developed for web-based usage can be picked up by companies outside of the ones that originally developed the Read More...
Be to Be FreeB(i)e
Be Inc. will offer the newest version of its operating system for free later this quarter. Version 5 for the desktop will be available for download to pre

free decline letters  its operating system for free later this quarter. Version 5 for the desktop will be available for download to pre-registered individuals. Be will also work with publishers and other partners to distribute the software. Commercial users of BeOS 5 will still require a separate license from Be. The software currently retails for $99. The move is designed to maximize the visibility and acceptance of Be technology, the company said. Making the free version of BeOS 5 available through the Internet and other Read More...

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