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Z-Wave Announces 1000th Certified Product
The Z-Wave Alliance has announced its 1,000th Z-Wave certified product. The Z-Wave Alliance is an open consortium of leading global companies deploying Z-Wave

home alarm  attraction of the smart home value proposition, and there's no more convenient way to activate scenes than by simply entering or exiting the garage, pressing the same easy button that we already do every day. We think that homeowners will love the convenience.   In all, more than 250 international manufacturers and service providers comprise the Z-Wave Alliance membership. Z-Wave wireless control powers North American market leaders Ingersoll Rand, Evolve, and Jasco/GE, as well as AT&T, Verizon, Lowes, Read More...
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The AS/400 Takes You Securely Where You Want to Go
This article on the built-in security features of the AS/400 system originally appeared in the Midrange Computing’s Showcase Magazine, June 2000.

home alarm  on the TEC website home page. Event Summary An off-shoot of System/38, the AS/400 was originally going to be called the AS/40. However, purely for marketing purposes, IBM added an extra zero to the name to make it appear bigger, better, and smarter. In order to add substance and credibility to the additional zero, in a bold announcement, Steve Schwartz, the AS/400 division President, announced back in June of 1988 that the AS/400 could support 400 concurrent users. Analysts bought the story, and IT decisi Read More...
Governance of Federated Business Models
During the last twenty years, businesses migrated from vertical integration to a virtual model, outsourcing all their non-core functions. This has created

home alarm  It could also include home delivery of groceries, movies, pharmaceuticals, etc. The delivery person is specially trained to interact with elderly people, stock up the fridge, and put the drugs into a personally programmed pharmaceutical dispenser tied to a digital assistant that reminds the customer it's time for your medicine as it dispenses just the right dose of the right drug at the right time. The concierge could also provide general advice, companionship, entertainment, and education—all of Read More...
Not Just Words: Enforce Your E-mail and Web Acceptable Usage Policies
Unmanaged employee use of e-mail and the Web can subject your organization to costly risks including litigation, regulatory investigations, and public

home alarm  not limited to employees' homes, client offices, supplier offices, hotels, and airports. The company's Email Acceptable Usage Policy applies to employees' use of desktop computers, laptops, Blackberry Smartphones, cellphones, and other hand-held devices, whether provided by the company or owned by the employee or a third party. The company's Email Acceptable Usage Policy applies to full-time employees, part-time employees, independent contractors, interns, consultants, agents, and third parties including Read More...
Outsourcing Security Part 3: Selecting a Managed Security Services Provider
As the final article in a three-part series on outsourcing security, the following article provides guidelines for selecting a dependable managed security

home alarm  want to encounter at home or the office. However, various companies have experienced an electronic invasion when they worked to set an impenetrable security management program for the corporate network, only to find the security partner unreliable. According to Gartner, more than $1 billion in venture capital has been pumped into start-up managed security services providers (MSSPs). Last year a few high-profile MSSPs abruptly folded, leaving customers stranded with no recourse. As a result, companies Read More...
The Internet of Things (IoT)—Manufacturers Making the Connections
The Internet of Things (IoT) is much more than a hot topic—it is creating new business opportunities for manufacturers. Find out how in Ted Rohm's post.

home alarm  of products—from automobiles, to home automation systems, large industrial machines, and home appliances—are Internet enabling their products. The term smart, connected product is now used to describe any product that can connect over the Internet. Having all these things communicating over the Internet is opening up new opportunities for manufacturers and even radically changing the way manufacturers sell and service their products. The IoT is also creating entirely new business models; for example, Read More...
Europe's Mobile 'ONE' Selects InfoSpace for New Wireless Internet Services
Once a user has logged onto his/her home page he/she will be able to gain instant access to Calendaring, Address Books, Instant Messaging and access to user

home alarm  has logged onto his/her home page he/she will be able to gain instant access to Calendaring, Address Books, Instant Messaging, and access to user specific account information. ONE users will also be able to access the same information from their Internet connected laptop or desktop. The new service was launched on April 10th and will attract additional wireless clients to ONE's rapidly growing user base. InfoSpace is making headway with wireless services into the European market, which is approximately a Read More...
Cash Converters Canada Inc.
Cash Converters was utilizing an earlier version of Maximizer to track contact details, basic phone notes and other communications. With its small team of sales

home alarm  at the office, at home or on the road. Read More...
Nearshoring: Looking Closer to Home
Companies looking for savings but worried about the risks and cultural barriers involved in offshore outsourcing, whose business processes have a strong

home alarm  Looking Closer to Home Nearshoring, Looking Closer to Home If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Crimsonwing provides IT solutions to clients in the UK, Holland and Malta. Whether it involves training or consultancy, design or development, implementation or hosting (SaaS/ASP): Crimsonwing provides flexible services and support across the entire range of activity. Crimsonwing has won the award within the category of Read More...
IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops

home alarm  brand name for both home and business PCs. We believe expecting the customer to remember the difference between a NetVista A20 (large enterprise), a NetVista A20m (small business), and a NetVista A20i (home) is a little much. Especially when contrasted to HP's Vectra and Pavilion lines, or Dell's Dimension and Omniplex lines. IBM has been losing both US and worldwide market share, and its worldwide sales dropped between Q2/99 and Q2/00, at a time when the worldwide PC market grew by 15% [Source: IDC]. Read More...
Making WLANs Work Reliably and Cost-effectively in a Multimedia World
Wi-Fi has become the access method of choice for users at the office, at home, and on the road. According to research, nearly 200 million Wi-Fi chipsets were

home alarm  at the office, at home, and on the road. According to research, nearly 200 million Wi-Fi chipsets were sold in 2006 alone. But can Wi-Fi work effectively in a wireless local area network (WLAN) environment? Yes it can. To deliver Wi-Fi more reliably to increasingly diverse devices requires a self-configuring platform that covers larger areas and higher user densities. Read More...
Webroot Software, Inc.
Webroot is committed to taking the misery out of Internet security for consumers and businesses worldwide. Webroot products consistently receive top review

home alarm  online security products for home and office, Webroot protects corporate networks and allows consumers to download music, store digital files, bank, shop, surf and search – safely. Read More...
Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO? Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
The job of gaining traction will by no means be easy for the merged companies, while the competition will not ease any time soon.

home alarm  Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO? Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations Event Summary In the year marked by depressing news coming from almost all corners of the world economy and particularly from the tech sector, which has also resulted in a recent flurry of acquisitions (often for ridiculously low prices), it may be refreshing to hear an upbeat strategy, including the Xmas-shopping-like acquisition, coming from still a relatively less known, but certainly up-and-coming vendor. On Read More...
What In-home Service Providers Need to Know About Screening Their Field Employees
Armed with the information provided in this white paper from HireRight about the risks of inadequate employee vetting and the benefits provided by background

home alarm  In-home Service Providers Need to Know About Screening Their Field Employees Armed with the information provided in this white paper from HireRight about the risks of inadequate employee vetting and the benefits provided by background screenings, in-home service companies can take steps to better ensure the safety of their customers, employees, and property. Background screening—in partnership with a trustworthy background check agency—is a solid investment in your company’s success. Read more. Read More...
i2 To Power Best Buy
Since introducing its first cavernous superstore in 1989, the Minnesota-based discount retailer has grown rapidly to over 350 stores in 39 states. The company

home alarm  like Barnes & Noble, Home Depot, and Pepsi, who help i2 achieve 30% of its license revenue from consumer goods and retail companies. Like Best Buy, Barnes & Noble will use i2 solutions to support both its retail locations worldwide and online site. Though Home Depot currently does not offer goods online, the $40 billion home improvement retailer plans to do so in the future and is preparing its catalog for web deployment, a task that the i2/Aspect combination is eminently capable of supporting. While Read More...

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