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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

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Open Source Business Intelligence: The Quiet Evolution
As organizations face a pressing need to rationalize the cost of enterprise software, open source business intelligence (BI) is fast becoming a viable

how to write a technical specification  to the report determines how the report appears. This paradigm has been—and continues to be—used successfully by many reporting tools. However, a relatively new model that is gaining popularity is based on the output rather than the data driving the processing of a report. The Flow Engine , still in development, will work on a report definition built using the Document Object Model (DOM); the final output will be rendered by combining the definition and incoming data. The Report Designer includes Read More...
The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

how to write a technical specification  groups come to understand how to write applications that perform well over the WAN. Table 4.1, for example, depicts the results of a lab test that was done using a WAN emulator to quantify the affect that WAN latency would have on an inquiry-response application that has a target response time of 5 seconds. Similar tests can be run to quantify the affect that jitter and packet loss have on an application.   Network Latency Measured Response Time 0 ms 2 seconds 25 ms 2 seconds 50 ms 2 seconds 75 ms 2 seco Read More...
Smart Enterprise Single Sign-on (ESSO)
The increasing number of passwords actually decrease productivity and present a security risk when people get frustrated and write their passwords on a sticky

how to write a technical specification  white paper will show how to increase security and usability of existing and alternative authentication methods, but it is also meant to be an orientation guide. This white paper describes how the requirements for a reliable and powerful user authentication can be realized efficiently, conveniently, and at a low cost. The section Strong, Reliable User Authentication Using Secure Sign-On discusses the challenges of user authentication and describes how Secure SignOn simplifies and optimizes the process of Read More...
What You Need to Know about E-learning Technology Standards Before Selecting an LMS
If you’re planning to purchase a learning management system (LMS), or upgrade your existing one, you’d better know about SCORM and AICC. Learn why it’s critical

how to write a technical specification  recorded. SCORM also defines how to create sharable content objects (SCOs) that can be reused in different types of systems and contexts—i.e., it tells software programmers how to write code so that it can work properly with all types of e-learning software. More specifically, SCORM governs how online learning content and LMSs communicate with each other . All online or Web-based training needs to be SCORM-compliant: Your e-learning initiatives may be in serious jeopardy if your users can’t count on y Read More...
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog post series followed the genesis of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan

how to write a technical specification  not yet figured out how to improve its sales holistically. The current economic environment seems more friendly towards recognized best-of-breed point SCM solutions that are easy to implement and result in quick payback. Thus, I think that Manhattan has had only limited success with Evant in light of about 80 replenishment customers, especially due to only budding install bases in planning and forecasting.  One reason is the fact that former Evant was never a major SCP player and was not able to Read More...
The ROI of a New Learning Management System (LMS): How to Construct a Successful Business Case
In today’s fast-changing world, the learning management system (LMS) has become mission critical to organizations that are trying to keep employees up to date

how to write a technical specification  Learning Management System (LMS): How to Construct a Successful Business Case In today’s fast-changing world, the learning management system (LMS) has become mission critical to organizations that are trying to keep employees up to date on everything from the latest technologies and regulatory requirements, to industry certifications, best practices plus job-specific and leadership skills. Download this white paper to learn how to construct the business case to justify the purchase of an LMS. Read More...
SAP Enterprise Mobility: Bringing a Cohesive Approach to a Complex Market
Mobility and consumerization are creating complexity in the enterprise, but embracing the change can lead to more productive mobile workers as well as better

how to write a technical specification  Enterprise Mobility: Bringing a Cohesive Approach to a Complex Market Mobility and consumerization are creating complexity in the enterprise, but embracing the change can lead to more productive mobile workers as well as better communications with employees, partners, customers, and consumers. The trends in the enterprise mobility landscape, such as the consumerization of IT, the mobile application explosion, and cloud computing, are driving the need for new technology solutions to emerge. This white Read More...
How to Use Projects to Master Asset Management
IFS co-founder Ulf Stern and senior advisor Anders Wilhelmsson discuss how project management functionality that is tightly integrated with enterprise asset

how to write a technical specification  advisor Anders Wilhelmsson discuss how project management functionality that is tightly integrated with enterprise asset management (EAM) and asset lifecycle management (ALM) tools is essential to executives of asset-intensive industries. Lacking this integration, valuable asset data is lost and asset utilization cannot be maximized. Read More...
Move from a
While the role of IT in product development and sales has increased tremendously, a disconnect remains between the IT and business sides of an organization

how to write a technical specification  tangible business value. Learn how. Read More...
A Traditional
Rather than pursuing the usual route and writing our opinions and analyses of major market trends and then giving the pertinent vendors a chance for a factual

how to write a technical specification  within the TEC Vendor Showcase . The full Sage ERP family—including Sage ERP X3—is listed on the Sage North American Web Site ; www.sagenorthamerica.com. In North America, Sage MAS 500 and Sage ERP X3 may overlap in some cases, although Sage ERP X3 should be viewed as an upper-market product. Whether a business should evaluate one or the other product depends several organization-specific elements: prospective growth (X3 has high scalability); activity worldwide (only X3 includes multi-audit Read More...
Planning for a Financials Implementation: How To Avoid a Nosebleed
Because of the risks inherent in any financial implementation, it’s essential to get back to business basics. These implementations need to be understood and

how to write a technical specification  for a Financials Implementation: How To Avoid a Nosebleed Because of the risks inherent in any financial implementation, it’s essential to get back to business basics. These implementations need to be understood and planned for. Thus, there are a few premises that must be addressed in the planning stages of a financials implementation. If these premises are followed in a disciplined manner, the nosebleed of implementation can be avoided. Read More...
TCO Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center
Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30

how to write a technical specification  Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30% compared with traditional, built-out data center power and cooling infrastructure. Avoiding overbuilt capacity and scaling the design over time contributes to a significant percentage of the overall savings. This white paper provides a quantitative TCO analysis of the Read More...
Collaboration 2.0: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: From the E-mail and Document-centric World of 'Enterprise 1.0' to the People-Centric World of Enterprise 2.0
Most business collaboration continues to be conducted via e-mail and shared folders, but forward-looking organizations are increasingly considering socially

how to write a technical specification  2.0: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: From the E-mail and Document-centric World of 'Enterprise 1.0' to the People-Centric World of Enterprise 2.0 Most business collaboration continues to be conducted via e-mail and shared folders, but forward-looking organizations are increasingly considering socially oriented and real-time collaboration solutions to instantly and seamlessly increase productivity between employees, suppliers, customers, and stakeholders. This white paper discusses new Read More...

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