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Information/Internet Appliances
Information appliances, also called Internet or PC appliances, are a new market that appeal to those customers who want to reduce their desktop hardware

internet cpu  three groups: stripped-down PCs, Internet appliances, and thin clients. Although we understand the rationale, we hesitate including thin clients in this area, except as a comparison. In general, appliances include a CPU, operating system or browser (or both), memory, network card, keyboard/mouse, and sometimes a media device (CD, floppy, or hard drive) and (less often) I/O slots. However, as more storage and I/O capability is added, it becomes an anorexic PC, not an appliance. Appliances are generally Read More

Web Content Management (WCM)
Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or ext...
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Unwanted PopUp Ads: Intrusive Internet Advertisements
Unwanted pop-up ads are intrusive Internet advertisements that are displayed when you access web pages. This white paper provides information about different

internet cpu  PopUp Ads are intrusive Internet advertisements that are displayed when you access web pages. This white paper provides information about different type of PopUp Ads, losses they cause, how they work and suggests key features that a good PopUp Ad Filter software should have. What is a PopUp Ad PopUp Ad is an advertisement that appears when you access or exit a web page. These are created and placed on web pages by advertisers or web site owners. Not all PopUps are unwanted. Some sites require you to fill Read More
IBM Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun
In the latest phase of its campaign to unseat Sun as the dominant Internet server brand, IBM has released a slew of performance benchmarks for its 'eServer

internet cpu  Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun IBM Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun R. Krause - November 2, 2000 Event Summary [Source: IBM] 10/16/2000 IBM has introduced the eServer pSeries 680 - and announced it will ship the UNIX-based system to customers beginning Nov. 17. Code-named Turbo, the pSeries 680 has captured eight major performance benchmark records using up to 24 copper microprocessors with IBM's Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) technology. (See IBM Continues RS/6000 Performance Focus .) Additional Read More
Dell Updates Its Appliance Line
As part of a far-reaching strategy to grab a large share of Internet infrastructure computing, Dell has announced three new appliance server models.

internet cpu  part of Dell's comprehensive Internet infrastructure strategy. PowerApp appliance servers focus on Web hosting and Internet caching. For Web hosting, PowerApp.web products are dedicated Web servers that include optimized versions of Web hosting software from Microsoft or Red Hat Linux. The PowerApp.web 100 products can be ordered today and will ship in early May. Optimized Web server software from Microsoft includes Microsoft Windows Powered Web hosting server software, co-developed by Dell and Read More
Antivirus Software: Market Review
Computer viruses are spreading through the Internet at an unprecedented rate and the antivirus market is now a $3 billion (USD) a year industry. This report

internet cpu  you already have other Internet security products in place (anti-spyware, firewall, etc.) then we recommend Norton AntiVirus. However, if you do not and don't plan on buying any, then Trend Micro's PC-cillin is our antivirus software package of choice. Although we would like to see Trend Micro improve its software's ability to repair infected files, PC-cillin easily pulls ahead of Norton Antivirus when a higher priority is placed on supplemental security features. About the Author Brien Posey is the vice Read More
Fighting Cybercrime on the Internet
Excerpts from a presentation on cybercrime by Laura Taylor, TEC Director of Security Research for the E-Gov 2000 Conference sponsored by SAIC on July 10, 2000

internet cpu  Cybercrime on the Internet Fighting Cybercrime on the Internet L. Taylor - July 18, 2000 Introduction This note is based on a presentation on cybercrime by Laura Taylor, TEC Director of Security Research for the E-Gov 2000 Conference sponsored by SAIC on July 10, 2000 at the Washington Convention Center. Note : Portions of this note are excerpted from the presentation, other parts are explanatory text to relate this information to the Technology community serviced by the TEC web site. Information Read More
Internet Trust Marks: Building Confidence and Profit Online
Increase your Web site's potential with a trust mark. Learn how to increase transactions on your site and decrease shopping cart abandonment when you read this

internet cpu  Trust Marks: Building Confidence and Profit Online Increase your Web site's potential with a trust mark. Learn how to increase transactions on your site and decrease shopping cart abandonment when you read this white paper. Download this paper and you will learn just how beneficial trust marks are to online businesses. Read More
OmniSky Selects WorkSpot to Develop Wireless Internet Services
Given that OmniSky’s wireless Internet service is Palm OS specific, WorkSpot is a safe and relatively inexpensive partner for OmniSky, which is still a

internet cpu  WorkSpot to Develop Wireless Internet Services OmniSky Selects WorkSpot to Develop Wireless Internet Services P. Hayes - August 10, 2000 Event Summary PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 25, 2000--WorkSpot, Inc., a leading provider of wireless application development and server-side wireless software, has been selected by OmniSky Corp., the provider of comprehensive branded wireless Internet services for handheld devices, to provide technical resources and expertise in the development of OmniSky's Read More
SIP, RTP, and XMPP in the Emerging Real-time Internet
This white paper discusses how session initiation protocol (SIP), real-time transport protocol (RTP), and extensible messaging and presence protocol (XMPP) can

internet cpu  in the Emerging Real-time Internet This white paper discusses how session initiation protocol (SIP), real-time transport protocol (RTP), and extensible messaging and presence protocol (XMPP) can work together to harness the unique strengths of each protocol within and across applications. Each protocol has a role in powering the real-time Internet, and this paper highlights how they complement each other to create a whole solution. Read More
A Sure Bet: Implementing High Availability Internet
Internet access is now mission-critical for many enterprises. Yet the unpredictable nature of Internet bandwidth can put important applications at risk. For

internet cpu  Bet: Implementing High Availability Internet Internet access is now mission-critical for many enterprises. Yet the unpredictable nature of Internet bandwidth can put important applications at risk. For converged networks with voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and data running at the same time, redundancy is a must-have, as IT managers strive to achieve the same levels of reliability phone users have come to expect. Read More
The Looming Crisis in Cross-jurisdictional Internet Sales Tax Compliance
By some estimates, there are over 8,000 sales taxing jurisdictions in the US—and they implement from 900 to more than 3,000 rate and tax-rule changes every year

internet cpu  Looming Crisis in Cross-jurisdictional Internet Sales Tax Compliance By some estimates, there are over 8,000 sales taxing jurisdictions in the US—and they implement from 900 to more than 3,000 rate and tax-rule changes every year. Understandably, the accountants who try to guide small to medium businesses (SMBs) through the intricacies of tax compliance are having a hard time of it. However, solutions are emerging that are uniquely suited to SMB needs for sales tax compliance. Read More
Supply Chain Planning in 2000: The Brains Behind Internet Fulfillment
The supply chain planning market will top $2.5 billion in 2000, driven in large part by the needs of Internet customer fulfillment.

internet cpu  2000: The Brains Behind Internet Fulfillment Supply Chain Planning in 2000: The Brains Behind Internet Fulfillment S. McVey- April 4th, 2000 Market Overview Supply chain planning (SCP) software applications reason through the difficult trade-offs that manufacturers face in producing goods and delivering them to customers. They do this either by giving users tools for visualizing their supply chains in ways that facilitate decision-making, or by automating the entire decision-making process. Automation is Read More
New Internet Appliances Coming from Compaq
Compaq has jumped into the home Internet Appliance game with its latest iPAQ offering. Is this a continuation of computer manufacturers attempting to create a

internet cpu  Internet Appliances Coming from Compaq New Internet Appliances Coming from Compaq R. Krause - September 7, 2000 Event Summary August 15, 2000 [Source: Compaq Press Release] MSN and Compaq Computer Corporation announced availability of the Compaq iPAQ Home Internet Appliance, the first MSN Companion device available. The device is designed for new Internet users who want an easy and affordable way to get connected, surf the Web, send and receive e-mail, and accomplish everyday tasks online. The Read More
Secure Transfers of Large Files Over the Internet Using YouSendIt
A growing problem with rich multimedia electronic presentations is their increasing file size. Data files, in general, are larger, making it challenging to send

internet cpu  Large Files Over the Internet Using YouSendIt Introduction Does the following situation sound familiar to you? You have to send a large PowerPoint presentation document to an overseas customer, and the customer's e-mail system will not accept large file attachments. Your customers need the file as soon as possible. You try different options, different e-mail clients, sending a CD by post, or even setting up your own FTP server. If security isn't your biggest concern, setting up the FTP server is Read More

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