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SAP has announced SAP Jam, a new social enterprise platform that permits the insertion of social capabilities into business processes. According to the press
Jam Is Now Generally Available SAP has announced SAP Jam , a new social enterprise platform that permits the insertion of social capabilities into business processes. According to the press release SAP Jam spans across SAP’s entire technology landscape, inviting individuals from diverse areas of expertise to cooperate across geographies, share information, make decisions, and reach out to external collaborators. Employees can access resources without much difficulty with SAP Jam, as the platform
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Understanding Integration in the SMB Market
Small and medium businesses (SMB) generally purchase integration solutions that conform to plans of their larger business partners. Their decisions are reactive
and medium businesses (SMB) generally purchase integration solutions that conform to plans of their larger business partners. Their decisions are reactive, rather than proactive. Understanding the SMB market can help integration solution providers better understand SMB needs. This white paper addresses integration in the SMB market in two parts: the first deals with understanding the nature of the SMB market; the second deals with what SMB integration solutions should address.
Case Study: University of Nevada Reno (UNR)
Although students at the University of Nevada’s Reno campus were generally respectful of the campus’s computers and IT policies, entertainment or malicious
Nevada’s Reno campus were generally respectful of the campus’s computers and IT policies, entertainment or malicious software often appeared on computer hard drives. This made machines less stable or even disabled them entirely. To combat the problem of computer network security, UNR found a solution that enables automatic shutdown time and safer shared computer workstations.
Are ASP Applications Right for You? Part 2: Decision Criteria
Whether an application is best implemented as an ASP provided application or service, built in-house or purchased, generally depends on the same criteria as
built in-house or purchased generally depends on the same criteria as what would be used for outsourcing a function or process, among them: How critical is a system is to day to day business operations? What are the failure recovery requirements for the system? How critical are performance requirements for the application? How specific its functionality is relative to the requirements of other organizations desiring the service? What are the cost savings over the development period of an internal system
Fixed Assets Management: What You Need to Know
When managing fixed assets, you must follow Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for financial statement reporting, and you must follow the IRS tax
assets, you must follow Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for financial statement reporting, and you must follow the IRS tax codes and regulations for income tax reporting. Each has its own set of rules and requirements. This e-book explains the differences between GAAP principles and IRS regulations for fixed assets management, and provides a list of best practices to follow.
Open Source versus Closed Source (Proprietary) Software
Do you understand the differences between open source and closed source (proprietary) software? To make an informed decision when choosing between them, you need to know the advantages and disadvantages of each. The main issues in the debate include cost, service and support, innovation, usability, and security. Get a closer look at open source and closed source software solutions so you know what’s right for your needs.
open source software providers generally struggle to attract large scale research and development (R&D) . 1.4. Usability Open source software has been highly criticized for its lack of usability, as generally, the technology is not reviewed by usability experts and does not cater to the vast majority of computer users. Open source software is generally developer-centric, and without system administration experience or the knowledge required to manipulate programming language, use of the software and
Information Lifecycle Management: A Perspective
A new trend is emerging in the world of storage management, and it’s called information lifecycle management (ILM). Just what it is, however, varies significantly from vendor to vendor. Generally, ILM is a strategy for policy-based information management. Its mandate: to provide centralized management of all information assets, aligning storage resources with the value of the data residing in them.
from vendor to vendor. Generally, ILM is a strategy for policy-based information management. Its mandate: to provide centralized management of all information assets, aligning storage resources with the value of the data residing in them. Information Lifecycle Management: A Perspective style= border-width:0px; /> comments powered by Disqus Related Topics: Business Intelligence and Data Management, Electronic Distribution and Storage, Information Lifecycle Management Related Industries:
Human Capital Financials: Understanding the Value of the Human Assets within Your Organization
Many companies are still not fully realizing the ROI on their human capital. While people are often spoken of as assets, they are generally treated as costs, because there is no standardized system of valuing them. TEC research analyst Sherry Fox explores how basic accounting principles can apply to human capital management and argues that investing in people is smarter for your company’s bottom line than cutting costs.
as assets but are generally treated as costs, because there is no standardized system of valuing them. However, if you view people as value-creating entities—if you can quantify the knowledge they bring to the organization and apply that knowledge within the organization, it becomes a key competitive advantage. Weigh it against the associated costs of hiring, retaining, and training and you can better appreciate the foundational role people play in the success of your business. Basic Accounting
How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Shipping Your Software Application as an Appliance
For independent software vendors (ISVs), software delivery creates big operational challenges. Integrating an application with the latest operating system and service pack causes headaches for customers and suppliers. However, pre-built server devices or appliances contain one convenient, ready-to-go system, minimizing configuration glitches and letting customers and suppliers step back while the appliance does the work.
they were designed. Appliances generally include an ISV s software application, the necessary supporting applications, and the required operating system and hardware platform. These elements are all contained in one convenient and ready-to-go device. To get appliances up and running, all customers typically need to do is place them in data center racks, power them up, and give them network connections and IP addresses. With some minimal configuration and set-up work, customers generally can step back and
Cooler-running Notebooks from HP, Toshiba, et al.
Recent announcements from AMD, Toshiba, and Phoenix highlight an increasing focus on extending the battery life of notebook computers.
initially, and corporate users generally prefer more bells and whistles, but we believe some businesses will be looking at stretching their IT budgets, and this price-point may be where they want to be. As with any new technology (we mean the PowerNow!, not the Super Cooling , of course), users should make sure that they the test the hardware adequately before making a major commitment to large quantities of these units. Although Intel has had its own problems, AMD is not perfect. Given the system
AMD Server Plans De-Railed
HotRail has discontinued development of the chipset AMD planned to use to break into the multiprocessor server market.
current customer set. Intel generally delivers quality products, even though there have been some missteps with things like the Profusion chipset. (Ref. TEC News Analysis Compaq, Dell Announce Eight-Way Intel Servers , published in September 1999). The only immediate benefit we expect AMD s servers would provide to a customer is the expected price reductions that would result from competition. Given the generally lower pricing of Intel systems as compared to Sun/Solaris or Unix on IBM or HP, pricing may
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