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Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack
Off to a rough and tumble start, Netpliance's stock fell 18% by its third day of trading due to a security exploit. However, don't expect the rough start to

hardware article  Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack L. Taylor - May 9, 2000 Event Summary Netpliance's stock took an 18% dip after a slot machine engineer in Las Vegas hacked a procedure to turn the network device into a full-fledged PC. Netpliance, Inc., (Nasdaq: NPLI) which only went public on March 17 at a price of $18.00 a share, was down to $14.00 a share by market close on March 21. The Netpliance, which retails for $99.00, was designed to simply do web-surfing us Read More...

Technology Hardware Maintenance-Acquiring and Managing Cost Effective Service
Hardware maintenance can represent a significant information technology cost, but options for managing that cost exist. If you analyze hardware maintenance

hardware article  Hardware Maintenance-Acquiring and Managing Cost Effective Service Introduction Who likes getting their car serviced? No one does, but the need for dependable transportation requires us to maintain our cars. A similar situation applies to maintaining a portfolio of technology hardware. The business depends on its reliability, so we must maintain it. This article focuses on how an organization acquires and manages that maintenance service cost-effectively. Identify the Enterprise Portfolio The 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...
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Should US Companies Buy
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hardware article  in USA Software and Hardware? Welcome to our Made in USA poll! Here at TEC we're firing up our analyst engines to take an in-depth look at outsourcing and related issues over the coming months, so I thought I'd kick things off by seeing what you think . Should US companies buy “Made in USA” software and hardware? {democracy:19} Got something more to say? Leave a comment below! Read More...
KronosWorks 2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management
Kronos, the company that introduced the first micro-processor time clock in the 1970s, knows how tricky workforce management (WFM) can be. In this article, TEC

hardware article  the latest advances in hardware technology with a powerful UI to deliver an unrivaled user experience. Its color touch screen, graphical interface, and language hot keys deliver an unprecedented level of personalization (see figure 1), which should result in faster employee adoption and increased productivity.  Seamless integration: With ample self-service capabilities, InTouch enables employees to check accrual balances, request time-off, and view schedules all in real time, unlocking the value of an or Read More...
Remote Implementations--Why They Can Make $ense
Everything in the computer industry seems to be going off-shore, why not software implementations? This article looks at reasons why remote implementation of

hardware article  until you have the hardware configured or installed. In remote implementations this should not be the case. The initial load and configuration of the software can be done off-shore on the vendor's hardware. Familiarity and testing of the software can be achieved with the advantage of high-speed Internet access. As a result, your organization may be able to avail itself of end-of-quarter or end-of-year discounts on hardware, further reducing the total cost of the project. Regardless of the path you take, y Read More...
Mega-vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing adoption. The article ended

hardware article  vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series  depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of  software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing  adoption. The article ended with some glimpses into the future and likely implications for SaaS users. Part 2 explores the apparent opportunities and accompanying challenges (and inevitable soul-searching exercises) that SaaS aspirants face in their endeavors. Some concrete examples of vendors and their new strategies and Read More...
Choosing the Right Electronic Medical Record System for Your Health Care Organization
Health care organizations have special needs to consider when deciding what type of electronic medical record (EMR) system to implement. This article examines

hardware article  and maintains all software, hardware upgrades, and all actions pertaining to the support of the network infrastructure. The size of the health care organization (is it a small practice or a large hospital?) will usually determine which model is the better fit and what methodology is needed to manage, collect, store, and administer patient health records. Advantages of an On-demand Solution On-demand solutions’ chief benefit to health care organizations is that they can minimize the amount of resources Read More...
The Seven Deadly Sins of Software Marketing
Huge amounts of money are spent on marketing collateral—you need to ensure that you get your money's worth. This article discusses seven common mistakes made

hardware article  Seven Deadly Sins of Software Marketing Marketing collateral does not come cheap. Costs associated with textual content, graphic design, and production quickly add up. Obviously, you want to get an appropriate return on your investment. This article looks at seven common mistakes, or sins, made when developing marketing collateral for the software industry. The sins in question consider such concepts as targeting your market, lowering costs, and making it convenient for potential customers to use Read More...
Business Process Management in Free and Open Source: An Overview of the Demand and the Supply
Free and open source software (FOSS) has become a hot topic in the business process management (BPM) market. This article discusses the relevance between BPM

hardware article  business process mapping,business process mapping software,business process mapping tools,business process maps,business process maturity model,business process model,business process modeling,business process modeling software,business process optimization,business process redesign,business process reengineering,business process simulation,business process software,business process workflow,business workflow solutions Read More...
Inside Look at the Success of Cloud Field Service Provider ServiceMax-Part 1
TEC’s recent article on IFS’ recent success in the field service management (FSM) market by no means implies that other FSM players are not prospering. Indeed

hardware article  Look at the Success of Cloud Field Service Provider ServiceMax-Part 1 TEC ’s recent article on IFS ’ recent success in the field service management (FSM) market by no means implies that other FSM players are not prospering. Indeed, one of those players is ServiceMax , which is garnering quite a bit of attention in the field service market, and more than doubles its revenues, receivables, pipeline production, and bookings each year. It also provides one of the most vibrant applications on the Read More...
Software Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One
We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will discuss the

hardware article  Growth - Complete the Transaction! Part One Software Growth— Complete the Transaction! In our last article about growth we discussed why software companies don't grow. Supply Chain software growth strategies were discussed then in an overview format [1] . We got many letters for more ideas and details, so we are doing a more in-depth series for supply chain software leaders. In this article we will discuss the issue of completing the whole transaction —the complete solution—which is key to Read More...
Should North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China?
This article discusses the risks and opportunities related to outsourcing software development to China. It concludes that China, as an outsourcing destination,

hardware article  North Americans Send More Software Development Work to China? Nowadays in North America, finding a developer from India to back up the software you are using is probably as easy as finding Made in China on the tag of the jacket you are wearing. But, have you ever thought that one day China—the mighty hard goods producer—will become much stronger on the soft side? The past few years have seen China's tremendous efforts on promoting its software development capability—and it has gained a Read More...
The Future of Secure Remote Password (SRP) Part Two: Overcoming Obstacles to Success
This article explores the possibilities for the Secure Remote Password (SRP) in today’s multi-channel world, specifically how it improves upon the inherent

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Who’s Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Part 1: The Situation
Sure, you’ve sold it, but now you have to ship and deliver it: E-commerce comes to transportation and logistics. This article outlines some of the latest

hardware article  Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Part 1: The Situation Who’s Who's Who? Sorting Out the e-Logistics Players Executive View    The fundamental promise of e-commerce is to empower the customer. In transportation, logistics and other behind the scenes aspects of e-commerce, new services and capabilities are beginning to fulfill this promise, not just for Fortune 500 companies but for small and medium firms and for those with specialized requirements as well. These solutions range from Read More...
Demand at the Fount of Open Source Part Two: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
Organizations globally, are contributing to increased demand for Free and open source software but vendors may not yet be meeting this demand. This article

hardware article  of a company providing hardware and implementation services, it's relatively simple to see the sense that open source can make. If you're making money off of the labor involved in your engagements or support services, or you're selling a physical good (say a corporate search appliance rack server), by participating in the FOSS project's community you leverage a massive amount of high-quality software at a low cost. Another example of how a vendor can benefit by providing open source applications would Read More...

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