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Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations
Internet security in Saudi Arabia does not go overlooked. Are the Saudis being over zealous and paranoid, or are they practicing smart network security?

freeware draw flowchart  Solaris servers using the freeware proxy server known as Squid. The firewall is located at the King Abdul Aziz University for Science and Technology (KACST). To keep foreign nations from viewing various local Saudi websites, the massive firewall blocks TCP/IP ports 80 and 443 for all connections coming into the county. Ports 40 and 443 are the HTTP and HTTPS ports respectively. The only way for big Saudi companies to broadcast their websites is through dial-up connections to the U.S., since there is no Read More

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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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LOGO j-guar
j-guar is a comprehensible new era business solution corresponding to all requirements of corporations looking for scalable and open solutions. It will help

freeware draw flowchart  j-guar j-guar is a comprehensible new era business solution corresponding to all requirements of corporations looking for scalable and open solutions. It will help you improve effective and efficient business processes in each step of value chain. j-guar has multiple currency and language types and is fully compatible with legislation of all countries thanks to the legislative harmonization, and thereby it supports international operations. Corporations having branches in different locations can share Read More
The Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series provided a lengthy discussion about business process management’s (BPM's) necessary parts-and-parcels, and the software category’s

freeware draw flowchart  Wizardry of Business Process Management - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series provided a lengthy discussion  about business process management’s (BPM 's) necessary parts-and-parcels, and the software category’s value proposition.  At the end of that post, I mentioned my recent attendance of a witty presentation that attempted to explain the essence of BPM via a bit of humor and the metaphor of the classic “Wizard of Oz” movie. Namely, on March 23, 2009, Alan Trefler, Pegasystems’ founder and Read More
Salesforce.com Unveils Service Cloud SOS Button for Mobile In-app Support
Salesforce.com recently launched the Salesforce1 Service Cloud SOS feature that aims to revolutionize customer service and support by putting an SOS button

freeware draw flowchart  com Unveils Service Cloud SOS Button for Mobile In-app Support Salesforce.com recently launched the Salesforce1 Service Cloud SOS feature that aims to revolutionize customer service and support by putting an SOS button (similar to the Amazon Kindle Mayday button) directly inside any mobile app. With new live interactive video support and on-screen guided assistance, companies will be able to deliver instant and personalized customer service within any mobile app.   Last year, salesforce.com Read More
Usability
Poor usability leads to irritation and fatigue and it has an adverse impact on the usage experience. In an on-line shopping web site, it can lead to loss of

freeware draw flowchart  Introduction There have been several reasons given over the years to explain the success of Microsoft's software products. Rarely has usability featured in these discussions. Many of us would recall how painful it was to draw a table in WordStar or WordPerfect . Microsoft Word made it simple, intuitive and fun to draw tables. The same goes for text formatting, mail merge, envelope printing, and so on. Extra wide screens in many software packages force users to scroll horizontally. As a result, spe Read More
HighJump Software Guarantees Fixed Prices
In addition to offering buyers a fixed price guarantee for upgrades to its SCE software, HighJump is challenging competitors to do the same.

freeware draw flowchart  Software Guarantees Fixed Prices HighJump Software Guarantees Fixed Prices S. McVey - June 28, 2001 Event Summary Every veteran CIO knows how implementation cost overruns can marginalize the projected benefits of a new system before it is even live. System upgrades can pose even greater risk and expense. As any IT manager will attest, predicting the scope and cost of future upgrades is a task riddled with uncertainty. First, no one can reliably predict what the company's circumstances will be in Read More
Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena
Dell Computer Corp. has announced that it is taking orders for its new Webpc, Dell's first product from its Web Products Group, and its first foray into the

freeware draw flowchart  Jumps Into Internet PC Arena Event Summary 11/30/99 - Dell Computer Corp. announced the Webpc, which features an Intel Celeron 433 megahertz processor, a 15-inch monitor, a printer and one year of DellNet Internet service. Prices for the new computers start at $999. In a press release Tuesday, the company said the Webpc is the first product from its Web Products Group and is part of its strategy of embracing the Internet in every facet of its business. This marks Dell's entry into the market of Read More
PDM vs. PLM: A Matrix View
Two recent blog posts by Oleg Shilovitsky (PDM vs. PLM: A Data Perspective and PDM vs. PLM: A Process Perspective) got me wondering about what a true product

freeware draw flowchart  vs. PLM: A Matrix View Two recent blog posts by Oleg Shilovitsky ( PDM vs. PLM: A Data Perspective and PDM vs. PLM: A Process Perspective ) got me wondering about what a true product lifecycle management (PLM) system actually is. In his posts, Shilovitsky discussed the differences between product data management (PDM) and PLM from the perspective of data (scope and control of the data) and process (coverage of product lifecycle activities) I have a bit of a different perspective. Let me back up first Read More
The Top 3 Myths about Requirements Management and Real-world Advice for How to Dispel Them
Are you on the front lines of product development and project management, and tired of seeing the same project failure statistics? Are you ready to do something

freeware draw flowchart  Free Requirements Management | Freeware Requirements Management | Integrated Requirements Management | Management Information Requirements | Managing Software Requirements | Online Requirements Management | Open Requirements Management | Open Source Requirement Management | Order Management Requirements | Product Requirements Management | Rational Requirements Management | Risk Management Requirement | Simple Requirements Management | Source Requirements Management | RM Requirement Management | RM Read More
Zemeter
Zemeter Demand Planner helps planning, forecasting, sales, and operations arrive at a single set of numbers, so everyone is managing from the same set of

freeware draw flowchart  Zemeter Demand Planner helps planning, forecasting, sales, and operations arrive at a single set of numbers, so everyone is managing from the same set of data. Zemeter facilitates ease of use and minimizes the effort required to regularly contribute to a demand plan. Zemeter does the up-front work by providing a baseline forecast in views that are meaningful to the various users. The product provides both a reporting and performance engine, with online analytical processing (OLAP) functionality Read More
HP “Medals” In U.S. PC Olympics
In the U.S. desktop PC market, Hewlett Packard and Gateway have been closely embroiled for the #3 position in the market. This trend will not continue. TEC

freeware draw flowchart  “Medals” In U.S. PC Olympics HP Medals In U.S. PC Olympics C. McNulty - May 26, 2000 Introduction Hewlett Packard [NYSE:HWP] and Gateway [NYSE:GTW] have both become consumer driven PC businesses. However, when IBM [NYSE:IBM] chose to exit the retail market, HP was poised to take over - since an HP Pavilion was usually already one shelf over at CompUSA or Best Buy. (For a broader overview of the market, please see TEC's article Desktop PC's: Meet the New Boss .) Gateway and HP have tracked general Read More
ASP Traffic Analysis! What Next - ASP Odometers?
WebTrends will begin offering an Application Service Provider (ASP) solution for web traffic analysis. The offering has options both for traditional traffic

freeware draw flowchart  product suite, and various freeware and shareware products. Some Site Analyst customers who would otherwise need a separate server for log analysis might choose WebTrends Live in preference to SiteAnalyst, but not many, we think. As far as freeware and shareware (including home-grown solutions), users who are prone to those solutions make their choices on the basis of features (or philosophy) rather than cost, and are unlikely to move to a commercial product. WebTrends should capture additional customers Read More
Is One Country Good Enough to Handle Your Outsourcing Business?
Recently, I touched on the idea of building a vendor portfolio to help manage risks associated with software outsourcing practices in the article Should North

freeware draw flowchart  One Country Good Enough to Handle Your Outsourcing Business? Recently, I touched on the idea of building a vendor portfolio to help manage risks associated with software outsourcing practices in the article Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China? I’d like to use this blog post to give some complementary readings for those who read the article and felt the vendor portfolio idea interesting. The concept of “portfolio” is very prominent in the finance world. “In Read More
Wintel Tries to “Embrace and Extend” the English Language
Intel and Microsoft are getting into the server appliance game, only this appliance is really a small server. But if they want to misuse the term, who are we

freeware draw flowchart  Tries to “Embrace and Extend” the English Language Event Summary [PC World] March 1, 2000 After more than a month of delays, Microsoft finally announced a stripped-down version of the Windows NT operating system designed to run on appliance servers for shared Net access in offices. Don't expect to pick up a shrink-wrapped copy of Windows for Express Networks (or WEN) at a local computer store. It will only be available loaded on appliance servers, starting with Intel's InBusiness Small Office Read More
Should You Cut Back or Freeze IT Spending in a Recession?
With little doubt that the US economy is in or near recession, the big question now is whether we’re heading into a global credit freeze and financial meltdown.

freeware draw flowchart  You Cut Back or Freeze IT Spending in a Recession? With little doubt that the US economy is in or near recession, the big question now is whether we’re heading into a global credit freeze and financial meltdown. If the worst happens, all bets are off—we’ll be pretty much in uncharted territory. But if we do manage to escape with nothing more severe than a typical recession, what approach should you take towards IT spending? The usual knee-jerk response in a recession is to cut back or freeze Read More

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