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The Next Big Thing or Integration-The Interaction Server Part 1: Background and Evolving Problem
Software Technology evolves in phases. The fundamental assumptions of the current era change dramatically, rendering existing solutions inadequate. This creates

interaction server part 1  Big Thing or Integration-The Interaction Server Part 1: Background and Evolving Problem The Evolution of Software Technology Like all life forms, Software Technology evolves in phases. Each new phase, or era, begins when the fundamental assumptions of the current era change dramatically, rendering existing solutions inadequate. This creates an inflection point , where new assumptions are the catalyst for innovation, and new solutions are the end result. From file systems to databases, from dumb Read More...
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The Lexicon of CRM - Part 1: From A to I
C.R.M. itself is an acronym, standing for Customer Relationship Management. This is part one of three-part article to provide explanation and meaning for most

interaction server part 1  products. CIC - Customer Interaction Center . The term has supplanted the age-old term Customer Support Center. Meant to represent a more global view of the services this department conducts, including not only Service, but potentially Sales (via Telesales) as well as Marketing (via distribution of Marketing literature, running Outbound campaigns and the like). It's meant to represent a centralized Sales, Marketing, and Service organization that is co-located and cross-trained. Clickstream Analysis - The Read More...
Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 1
We certainly learn new things every day, and sometimes out of pure serendipity. Namely, when I was recently asked by one of my industry contacts (working for a

interaction server part 1  batch mode without human interaction and intervention (at least preferably). Some batch job examples would be: database/data warehouse updates, payroll runs, file copying and archiving, systems rebooting, disks de-fragmenting, reports printing, processing insurance claims, billing statements, and/or enrollments, file transfer protocols (FTP), and so on. Thus came the ActiveBatch product name, I guess. For someone who is not that technically proficient, the knee-jerk reaction was to say: “Sorry, this Read More...
SAP Keeps Traction On Some Tires Of Its Omni-Wheel-Drive Part 1
Although SAP’s recently announced tamed results for Q1 2002, which fit within the current market milieu, may add to some challenges moving forward, particularly

interaction server part 1  management, including Internet, customer interaction centers (CICs), and personal contact. The current version of mySAP CRM also tends to provide for fast implementation through more than 100 pre-defined business processes with operational, analytical, and enterprise-wide CRM functions. SAP believes mySAP CRM offers chemical companies a strategic advantage since its operational, analytic, and collaborative features empower employees to respond more quickly because they have a consistent view of their Read More...
The Next Big Thing or Integration-The Interaction Server Part 2: Possible Solutions
Web Services is a no-brainer as a standard mechanism for providing access to enterprise applications and data; this will allow businesses to create words out of

interaction server part 1  Big Thing or Integration-The Interaction Server Part 2: Possible Solutions Web Services: (Some) Order From Chaos Thanks to software's Holy Trinity (Microsoft, IBM, and Sun), the mythical healing powers of Web Services may now rival those of the True Grail; Web Services reality is almost as elusive, but far less mesmerizing. First (and foremost), standard, consistent interfaces are good; they promote harmony, a sense of well-being, and general mental health amongst the programmer ranks. Second, Read More...
Workload Automation: The Key to Managing Windows Server Sprawl
Many companies use data centers running processes across multiple Windows servers using built-in schedulers instead of automating nightly batch streams on a

interaction server part 1  Automation: The Key to Managing Windows Server Sprawl Many companies use data centers running processes across multiple Windows servers using built-in schedulers instead of automating nightly batch streams on a mainframe. Simple schedulers work well on individual servers with only a handful of tasks, but scheduling becomes more difficult once you include dependencies, such as incoming files, the behavior of other applications, or the completion of business processes on other servers. Workload Read More...
A Step-by-step Guide to Securing Your MS IIS Web Server with a Digital Certificate
You have a Microsoft Internet Information Services (MS IIS) web server. But what about your digital certificate solution? Learn how to test, purchase, install

interaction server part 1  Step-by-step Guide to Securing Your MS IIS Web Server with a Digital Certificate You have a Microsoft Internet Information Services (MS IIS) web server. But what about your digital certificate solution? Learn how to test, purchase, install, and use a digital certificate from thawte with your MS IIS, and ensure efficient management of encryption keys and digital certificates with best practices. Learn how you can address online security issues to build the confidence of your customers. Read More...
ERP and BI: When 1 + 1 = 3
Prompted by volatile markets and a troubled economy, the need to contain or reduce costs is key for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). SMEs are turning

interaction server part 1  enterprise resource planning,business intelligence,ERP + BI,small to medium size enterprises,ERP for SMEs,BI for SMEs Read More...
SaaSy Discussions (Part Ia)
Part I of this blog post introduced the common software deployment models and Consona CRM's approach in that regard. To the end of enabling Total Customer

interaction server part 1  adds context to customer interactions, so that organizations better able to serve customers . Future releases of KNOVA and Onyx will deliver a CRM solution to companies of all sizes across a number of industries, featuring adaptive but tightly integrated CRM, BPM, BI, and SRM functionality. Consona CRM is also excited about the guided selling functionality within KNOVA’s Active Decisions module, which will further enhance the sales and marketing capabilities of its overall offering. While much many Read More...
Tier 1 vs. Tier 2 vs. Tier 3 ERP: What’s the Difference, Anyway?
In the software industry, at least in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) segment, there is an implicit understanding of what is meant by tier 1, 2, and 3

interaction server part 1  well as for closer interaction with customers and direct interaction of the vendor’s software development team with customers. Adding to the confusion is the fact that even global companies often provide a mix of tier 1, tier 2, and tier 3 solutions owing to a number of reasons: Business processes: it’s often more cost-effective to have an enterprise level tier 1 system that consolidates data from, for example, regional tier 2 or 3 point solutions. Legacy issues: as big companies acquire smaller Read More...
Grape Escape 2013: Customer Value a Priority for Both SYSPRO and UNIT4-Part 2
This is part 2 of a 2-part blog post on Grape Escape 2013, with my analyst take on the announcements and conversations with UNIT4 at the recent analyst event in

interaction server part 1  developing this new user-software interaction concept. The company also involved third-party experts to interview and record the work of real-life users of different ages, roles, and working in different countries. As a result, a newly architecture user-interface concept has been introduced in addition to the elements shown at the roadshow event last December . The name of this concept, Experience Packs, reflects the core idea of choosing an area of functional focus and an appropriate time for upgrading. Read More...
Integrated Security: A New Network Approach Part Two: The Shift Toward Integration
This part describes the key elements and benefits of an integrated security solution in comparison to current security solutions.

interaction server part 1  Security: A New Network Approach Part Two: The Shift Toward Integration Integrated Security: A New Network Approach Part Two: The Shift Toward Integration Featured Author - Eric Winsborrow - December 10, 2002 The Shift Toward Integration According to Computer Economics, the worldwide financial impact of malicious code was $13.2 Billion in 2001 alone. With nearly 400 computer security vendors offering solutions spanning the spectrum from antivirus to firewalls, content filtering to intrusion Read More...
The 2011 Focus Experts’ Guide to Server Virtualization
Server virtualization is a top priority for midsize businesses in 2011. It offers immediate benefits to organizations of all sizes, although the benefits may

interaction server part 1  2011 Focus Experts’ Guide to Server Virtualization Server virtualization is a top priority for midsize businesses in 2011. It offers immediate benefits to organizations of all sizes, although the benefits may differ between large and small. This guide will help you to understand what server virtualization is, where it fits in the overall virtualization landscape, how to determine if and how it can help your business, and how to choose the best solution for your specific needs. Read More...
IBM Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server
IBM to ship its 4000R server, a thin server targeted at ISPs and ASPs. The 4000R sets a new standard for CPU density, fitting two Pentium IIIs in a one-rack

interaction server part 1  Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server Event Summary On September 7th, 1999, International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) announced the Netfinity 4000R, a 1.75 - high server aimed at Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Application Service Providers (ASPs). The 4000R, which will have up to two CPUs (Pentium II or III) per system, is a rack-mountable, stackable system. The system, expected to ship in late September, will cost $3,000 to $4,000. Market Impact This announcement sets a new level of CPU Read More...

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