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Analysis of Puma Technology s Intent to Acquire NetMind
The merger targets the rapidly emerging Internet access based wireless industry, which is expected to reach more than 600 million users by 2003.

INTENT LATTER: Analysis of Puma Technology s Intent to Acquire NetMind Analysis of Puma Technology s Intent to Acquire NetMind P. Hayes - February 16, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary SAN JOSE, Calif., Puma Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: PUMA), a leading provider of mobile device management and synchronization software, announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire NetMind Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of Internet infrastructure software for personalization. Under the terms of the agreement, Puma will
2/16/2000

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INTENT LATTER: RSA Security's portfolio of e-security solutions, which include authentication, Web access management and developer toolkits, help organizations to realize revenue opportunities and operational improvements of e-business while enhancing protection of critical information against unauthorized access and other forms of malicious intent.

Drive Value with Outsourcing Management Tools
There is much discussion in the marketplace about outsourcing management and governance (OM/G). Many organizations mistakenly assume they understand the science of effective OM/G, but that’s often not the case. OM/G is a critical discipline enabling companies to achieve the intent of their outsourcing deal. In fact, without it, value leakage of 15 percent or greater is the typical result.

INTENT LATTER: companies to achieve the intent of their outsourcing deal. In fact, without it, value leakage of 15 percent or greater is the typical result. Drive Value with Outsourcing Management Tools style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Outsourcing,   Business Process Management (BPM),   Business Process Outsourcing Related Industries:   Professional,   Scientific,   and Technical Services,   Management,   Scientific,   and Technical Consulting Services,  
12/19/2006 2:43:00 PM

Dell to Acquire ConvergeNet International
Dell Computer Corporation announced its intent to acquire ConvergeNet, a storage networking company, in a deal valued at approximately $340 Million.

INTENT LATTER: Computer Corporation announced its intent to acquire storage networking manufacturer ConvergeNet, in a stock swap valued at approximately $340 million. This is Dell s first company acquisition of any kind, and is designed to help Dell improve and expand its PowerVault line of storage equipment. Market Impact Dell has stated it wants to be one of the top three storage vendors in the world, and we believe this acquisition will help it achieve its goal. EMC s purchase last month of Data General (Dell s
9/10/1999

Baan – What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 1: About Baan
Baan, once a leading global provider of ERP software hopes its adoptive parent, Invensys, will put it back on the enterprise software applications map. However, we believe Baan’s path to full recovery will be quite thorny. Part 1 discusses Baan’s history and where it is headed under Invensys.

INTENT LATTER: and administration, Invensys seems intent on both maintaining and expanding Baan s customer base. Baan has a wide portfolio of enterprise software applications, including customer relationship management (sales force automation, product configuration and call center products), corporate, and operations management (ERP and supply chain) solutions. Baan also supports these core products with such add-on modules as business reporting tools, business-modeling tools, and e-commerce versions of applications. By
11/29/2000

BLM: Buzzword Life Cycle Management
The management of buzzwords represents a significant area of improvement for both the buzzword users (BU) and the buzzword consumers (BC). Buzzword life cycle management (BLM) is a proven discipline being applied within the software industry.

INTENT LATTER: usually created with the intent of pointing out to those people not-in-the-know, that they are not-in-the-know, to the benefit of those who do know what it means. The Life Cycle of a Buzzword The life cycle of a buzzword can be defined by the well-known IRCED2 cycle. I Invention Buzzwords are not discovered, they are invented. They do not occur in nature, only in the minds of a select group of people, the buzzword creation resource (BCR), typically located in the marketing department of the BU. The
8/6/2005

Yes or No: The Two Models for Implementing Project Portfolio Management
Yes or No: The Two Models for Implementing Project Portfolio Management. Get Free Advice for Your Evaluation In Relation To Two Models for Implementing Project Portfolio Management. Two models exist for implementing project portfolio management (PPM) systems: the engagement profitability model, and the budget alignment model. The former uses projects and programs as vehicles for managing revenue-generating engagements. The latter is an operational environment where project value varies, and project costs constitute an expense overhead. PPM can align these models to shorten engagements through standard implementation plans.

INTENT LATTER: Yes or No: The Two Models for Implementing Project Portfolio Management Yes or No: The Two Models for Implementing Project Portfolio Management Source: Configuration Solutions, LLC Document Type: White Paper Description: Two models exist for implementing project portfolio management (PPM) systems: the engagement profitability model, and the budget alignment model. The former uses projects and programs as vehicles for managing revenue-generating engagements. The latter is an operational environment where
7/31/2006 3:20:00 PM

Just One Hop Away From San Jose
Cisco Systems, Inc. has acquired a Manufacturing Facility in New Hampshire.

INTENT LATTER: Networking for Cisco. Cisco s intent to use this facility to both design and test the next generation of network hardware shows Cisco s commitment to its user community. Cisco plans on having 500 employees producing Optical-networking equipment by years end in its new Salem Facility. Cisco anticipates this facility to employ 2,500 people within the next 3 to 5 years. User Recommendations The job market just got a little brighter inside New England for qualified personnel. Cisco s announcement will help
5/30/2000

Anti-Spam Software: An Effective Way to Fight Spam.
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for SPAM. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Spam is unsolicited junk mail sent to you or your mail server. People who indulge in such activities are called spammers. These are sent by commercial advertisers who may offer dubious products, get rich schemes, products that do not suit your life style, promote illegal activities, etc. The intent here is to make you spend money. Almost 60% to 70% of spam is related to porn. There is another type of spammer who sends large number of e-mails that flood your mailbox or mail server. This white paper provides information about spam, losses caused by spam, how spam works and suggests key features that a good anti-spam software should have.

INTENT LATTER: illegal activities, etc. The intent here is to make you spend money. Almost 60% to 70% of spam is related to porn. There is another type of spammer who sends large number of e-mails that flood your mailbox or mail server. This white paper provides information about spam, losses caused by spam, how spam works and suggests key features that a good anti-spam software should have. Anti-Spam Software: An Effective Way to Fight Spam. style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:
9/6/2005 1:21:00 PM

To Upgrade, or Not To Upgrade: That Is Not The Question—But How To Upgrade Is
Companies can easily spend hundreds of thousands of dollars implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package. After completing this rollercoaster ride, however, companies are typically faced with the question of whether to implement the latest, greatest version of the package.

INTENT LATTER: To Upgrade, or Not To Upgrade: That Is Not The Question—But How To Upgrade Is To Upgrade, or Not To Upgrade: That Is Not The Question—But How To Upgrade Is Joseph J. Strub and P.J. Jakovljevic - November 21, 2006 Read Comments A company acquires software to solve a business problem or gain a competitive advantage. A package solution is most often considered, in order to avoid the reinventing the wheel syndrome, and to leverage the experience and expertise of others. A package solution presupposes
11/21/2006

Compaq and Samsung in Deal to Save Alpha
Compaq Computer Corp. and South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. are planning to announce Monday a preliminary agreement to spend $500 million to advance the manufacturing and marketing of Compaq's 64-bit Alpha microprocessors and computer systems.

INTENT LATTER: have also expressed an intent to move Alpha into areas such as network appliances, but Alpha s present cost structure does not make this a simple task. If Compaq can leverage Linux into a significant sales increase for Alpha-based systems, this will drive Alpha costs down, leading to further mainstream market penetration. Although aggregate sales figures for Alpha-based systems are estimated at $3 Billion for Tru64 Unix and $4 Billion for OpenVMS systems, these numbers are potentially deceiving. OpenVMS,
12/15/1999


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