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Secure in a Foundry
Foundry Networks™, Inc. announced that they would be incorporating Secure Shell (SSH) Technology for free in all of its high-performance switching devices. That

iron foundry  via IronWare and Internet IronWare software suite release 7.0.00. The Secure Shell technology that Foundry Networks embedded into their devices is a feature rich instruction code that includes all forms of encryption ranging from DES (56 bit) to Triple DES (168-bit). Foundry Networks also includes nine levels of data compression. With the combination of Foundry's IronWare 7.0 software suite and a built-in feature set that does data encryption and authentication on all Foundry Network Devices. Edge devices Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Case Study: Düker GmbH & Co. KGaA
German iron foundry Düker GmbH & Co. KGaA has a broad product range. Focused on casting and surface refinement, the company manufactures products for a variety

iron foundry  & Co. KGaA German iron foundry Düker GmbH & Co. KGaA has a broad product range. Focused on casting and surface refinement, the company manufactures products for a variety of industries. This would be challenging for any business software system. But Düker has had great success with the same enterprise resource planning (ERP) system since 1997. Find out how the company has kept its software current without losing control over its activities. Read More...
PTC Live Global 2013: All About Design for “Servitization” —Part Two
Last week on the TEC blog I talked about market shifts and technological changes that are reshaping the competitive landscape for manufacturing firms, based on

iron foundry  Live Global 2013: All About Design for “Servitization” —Part Two Last week on the TEC blog I talked about market shifts and technological changes that are reshaping the competitive landscape for manufacturing firms, based on PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann’s seven trends, which formed the backbone of his keynote presentation at the PTC Live Global 2013 event held in California in June. PTC Live Global also had a companion Service Exchange (formerly Servigistics Exchange ) conference this year, and here Read More...
TEC Research Analyst Round Table: Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
Software-as-a-service (SaaS): friend or foe? SaaS—also known as on-demand or hosted applications—is becoming more and more popular in a number of enterprise

iron foundry  readers may turn an iron ear if they hear it again. This is a joke of course, but it reflects the reality of SaaS—it’s significant and continual. There is a question that comes to mind, though: Is a company that needs a new ERP system—or any other business application—able to distinguish SaaS vendors’ various sales and marketing efforts? There is no single universal answer to this question because it depends on many factors that are unique to each company and its particular conditions such as Read More...
Driving Costs Out of the Supply Chain: Inbound Logistics
One of the most neglected areas of the manufacturing and retail supply chain is the inbound logistics segment. Following best practices and creating a

iron foundry  Working with suppliers to iron out some of these process flaws is the first step in gaining control over inbound shipments. Retailers have tried changing the freight payment terms from pre-paid to collect, but this may harm the overall supplier relationship. Instead, working in a collaborative mode with the supplier, to gain control over inbound shipments is the way to go. If this not done, the cost savings achieved by gaining control over inbound shipments would be offset somewhere else on the supplier Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of April 30th, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONS @ DEPLOYMENTSEuropean manufacturer of construction chemicals selects IFS ApplicationsIndustry tags: Process manufacturing, mining

iron foundry  than 2,000 genetic and environmental factors that contribute to multiple sclerosis progression, The State University of New York at Buffalo expect to speed the research process by analyzing large amounts of data sets to gain insights to be shared and improve patient treatment. It is always good to know about the use of BI for such noble causes. —Jorge García, TEC BI Analyst Press release US Marine Corps Exchange selects SAS retail analytics Industry tags: BI, business analytics Marine Corps Read More...
Supplier Parks - Back to the Future
As supply chains become increasingly integrated and synchronized, we are witnessing the evolution of the business/production models (in some industries) that

iron foundry  example of vertical integration. Iron ore came in one side and autos came out the other end. Contrast that with the development of virtually integrated supply chains during the 80's and 90's: thousands of suppliers dispersed across the globe, each with their own role in the production of a single product. But this is also changing. I had a back-to-the-future experience during a recent tour of Ford's first North American supplier park, scheduled to start production next year. Located mile from Ford's 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.

iron foundry  can surround the Big Iron and bide its time until Windows 2000 is proved to be more robust than Solaris. Of course, we're not holding our breath for that . (Linux is also an option, but Dell is still primarily a Windows shop.) User Recommendations For the time being, this announcement is of limited interest to the general business public. The current set of PowerApp models is aimed at ISPs and ASPs. In this space, the competition includes smaller systems from Sun, as well as other Windows-based or Read More...
E-mail Encryption: Protecting Data in Transit
Secure Mail is a plug-in that integrates into Microsoft Outlook. The main functions of Secure Mail are provided in the toolbar or the menu. It’s possible to pre

iron foundry  Secure Mail Standards | Iron Mail | Secure Anonymous Email | Using Secure Email | Receiving Secure Email | Secure Mail Division | Securemail Desktop | Secure Mail Protocols | Various Secure Mail | SMS Secure Email | SMS Secure Mail Encryption | SMS Secure Inmate Mail | SMS Secure Instant Mail | SMS Secure Mail Appliance | SMS Secure Mail Client | SMS Secure Mail Connector | SMS Secure Mail Delivery | SMS Secure Mail Form | SMS Secure Mail Gateway | SMS Secure Mail Hosting | SMS Secure Mail Port | SMS Read More...
SmartOps Steps Out in to the Cloud SCM
SmartOps Corporation is a quiet provider of supply chain planning (SCP) solutions that right-size inventory and capture more sales (by way of managing demand

iron foundry  Steps Out in to the Cloud SCM SmartOps Corporation is a quiet provider of supply chain planning (SCP) solutions that right-size inventory and capture more sales (by way of managing demand) for global enterprises that compete in complexity and uncertainty of their global supply chains. Deploying SmartOps’ solutions has dramatically improved supply chain performance at more than 50 Fortune 1000 and global 2000 companies in discrete manufacturing, consumer durables and packaged goods, technology, Read More...
To SaaS or Not, Is That a Question? - SaaSy Discussions (Part IIa)
The first part of this blog series described the opportunity for software as a service (SaaS) or on-demand enterprise applications, especially in the current

iron foundry  (e.g., Accenture , Cast Iron Systems , or Bluewolf  have lately become Salesforce.com’s notable SI and consulting partners). Today’s SaaS projects go far beyond early on-demand  sales force automation (SFA ) implementations consisting of merely importing contacts, accounts, leads, etc., and then going live. More and more implementations consist of implementing several SaaS offerings at once. For example, Webcom’s WebSource CPQ on-demand product configurator is rarely deployed on its own, while Read More...
Compaq's 8-CPU Intel Servers: the New
Compaq started shipping its eight-CPU Intel servers, the ProLiant 8000 and 8500, in late August. These are the first true eight-way Intel servers to ship.

iron foundry  Servers: the New Big Iron Product Background In late August, 1999, Compaq started shipments of its eight-CPU Intel servers, the ProLiant 8000 and 8500. The ProLiant 8X00 series is part of the next generation of Intel servers (along with offerings from Dell, HP, IBM, and others) which utilize the Profusion chipset. (This chipset allows servers to break through the previous limitation of four CPUs for the Intel architecture.) Although both products are geared toward the enterprise computing segment, they Read More...
Manufacturing Software for an Integrated Steel Plant
Manufacturing processes for an integrated steel plant typically encompass three distinct types of manufacturing: flow manufacturing, process manufacturing, and

iron foundry  on technology used for iron making), iron ore, limestone, dolomite, or any other raw material. Properties of these raw materials vary greatly. Despite the mixing and refinement done at the mines before shipping to a steel plant, these are natural raw materials, and variations in properties are still present when they reach the plant. Another problem is that due to the large amount of raw materials required, these components come from many sources, and their properties will vary greatly based on where Read More...

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