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Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney
In a case that will challenge the bowels of free speech and censorship and inevitably set a lot of legal precedents, renowned defense attorney Marcus Garbus has

lawsuit attorney  In part to escape lawsuits, authors of decryption programs commonly state that their programs are written to test and validate the actual security of the program it is decrypting. Whether or not this is actually the case is very difficult to determine. Anyone who has been sued knows that a lawsuit, whether it is justified or not, puts undue stress and overhead on an organization regardless of the outcome. Lawsuits like this are enough to make anyone with better things to do than defend themselves in

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ERP Vendor to Client: "You Incompetent and Clueless Fools"


The backstory: a lawsuit filed in 2008 by Alabama pet food maker Sunshine Mills over a Ross Systems ERP implementation. Fast-forward to December 3, 2010, when an Alabama jury awarded Sunshine Mills $61 million (USD) in damages ($45 million of which were punitive). From CIO.com's article about the verdict, quoting Sunshine Mills attorney Daniel McDowell: Ross Systems handled the

lawsuit attorney  Fools The backstory: a lawsuit filed in 2008 by Alabama pet food maker Sunshine Mills over a Ross Systems ERP implementation. Fast-forward to December 3, 2010, when an Alabama jury awarded Sunshine Mills $61 million (USD) in damages ($45 million of which were punitive). From CIO.com's article about the verdict , quoting Sunshine Mills attorney Daniel McDowell: Ross Systems handled the training of Sunshine workers on the system, he said. In an internal e-mail, one Ross employee called Sunshine workers Read More

Not Just Words: Enforce Your E-mail and Web Acceptable Usage Policies


Unmanaged employee use of e-mail and the Web can subject your organization to costly risks including litigation, regulatory investigations, and public embarrassment. Responsible organizations should deploy clearly written acceptable usage policies (AUPs) for e-mail and Web usage, supported by employee training and enforced by technology solutions. Find out how to develop and enforce e-mail and Web AUPs in your workplace.

lawsuit attorney  embarrassment should a workplace lawsuit be filed or the media get wind of a particularly salacious electronic disaster story. You cannot be present in every office on every floor of every facility every hour of every day. You cannot rely on managers and staff to exercise sound judgment and good taste 100% of the time. And you should not discount the damage external intruders and internal saboteurs pose to your organization. Should a female employee walk into the office of a male associate who, at that Read More

Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle


California based Tri Valley Growers (TVG) filed a $20 million lawsuit against Oracle, for Oracle's failure to fulfill its contract to modernize TVG's production and management systems using its enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications.

lawsuit attorney  Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle P.J. Jakovljevic - March 6th, 2000 Event Summary On February 11, a US agricultural co-operative filed a $20 million lawsuit against Oracle, alleging fraud, negligent misrepresentation, malpractice, and breach of contract. California based Tri Valley Growers (TVG), which processes and markets its members' fruit and vegetables, claims that the database giant failed to fulfill its contract to modernize the Read More

Informix Denies Patent Infringement Allegations by IBM


On February 7, Informix Corporation (NASDAQ:IFMX) announced it was vigorously denying accusations by International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) of patent infringement in some of Informix's core database technology, and may launch a counter-suit.

lawsuit attorney  the lawsuit. Since the lawsuit appears to affect Informix's core database products, if IBM wins the suit Informix will have to expend research & development dollars on a non-productive effort to remove and rewrite the offending code, or will have to pay licensing fees to IBM. Read More

IT Project Failure: Reading Avon’s Tea Leaves


Failed enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation projects are nothing new. But the latest and costly failure at Avon supports the trend that corporate workers are increasingly demanding that the business apps they use be as intuitive and user-friendly as the consumer apps they rely upon in their personal life.

lawsuit attorney  Think of California’s state lawsuit over a payroll software implementation , the issues regarding an asset management system for the government of Australia's Northern Territory, or the recent data-entry problems and incorrect pay for many National Grid workers. To be fair, given SAP’s leading market share and the fact that most of its customers are huge global companies with the most complex requirements, it is not too surprising that SAP is often at the center of such controversies. But, as in the N Read More

HighJump Software


Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota (US), HighJump Software is a supply chain execution solutions provider. It was established in 1983 as Data Collect Systems, which developed a bar code-based system to collect, view, edit, and process shop floor data for existing host applications. In 1994 it introduced its flagship supply chain execution solution, Warehouse Advantage. HighJump became a 3M company in 2004, and has implemented its solutions at more than 700 sites. HighJump's customers include 99 Cents Only Stores, Ashley Furniture, Calphalon, CARQUEST, Coleman, Farley & Sathers Candy Co., Fingerhut, Hitachi, J.M. Huber, Kichler Lighting, Major Brands, Malt-O-Meal, Norplas, Quality Bicycle Products, Schreiber Foods, Select Comfort, Smith Dairy Products Co., Sportsman's Warehouse, and Starbucks.

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Security Breach: Now What?


When people's lives or financial transactions are at risk, proper Security Incident handling is of extreme importance.

lawsuit attorney  Breach: Now What? Problem With so many security incidents occurring, many IT decision makers are unclear as to who they should notify, and what steps they should take if their network or systems are breached. There is a good chance that local and Federal law enforcement agencies will likely not be skilled enough to conduct a proper investigation. Is there anyone else you should notify? Where do you begin and what should you look for? Enlisting the Process and Reporting Every organization should Read More

DoubleClick Takes Bath, Throws in Towel


After weeks of being deluged by lawsuits, bad press, federal regulatory investigations and nasty name-calling, DoubleClick backs off on its plans to tie surfing behavior to personally identifiable information.

lawsuit attorney  file a class action lawsuit, and launched a Federal Trade Commission investigation of the uses of consumer information collected over the Internet. Also it is possible that the popular search engine HOTBOT was hacked to protest the DoubleClick action. For at least two days a search for DoubleClick brought up as the first entry the DoubleClick home page with a tag line identifying it as The (in)famous DoubleClick Company. DoubleClick did not answer TEC's queries about this strangely deprecating text. Mar Read More

Epicor for Service Enterprises


Epicor for Service Enterprises is an intuitive and comprehensive enterprise service automation (ESA) solution. It manages and streamlines virtually every aspect of your service organization—from bid management, engagement delivery, and resource management, to project accounting, portfolio management, and beyond—all within a single solution. Introduced in June 2003, Epicor for Service Enterprises builds on an Epicor investment in professional services automation (PSA) and project accounting of over twenty years. Version 8.0 offers groundbreaking use of XML Web service and Microsoft .NET technology. The current release, Epicor for Service Enterprises 8.1, adds enhanced project portfolio management (PPM), contingent workforce management, and advanced collaboration and customization capabilities, all enabling greater planning, performance, and execution.  

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Epicor Reaches Better Vista From This Vantage Point Part Two: Market Impact


With its solid and improving cash position and current development work in progress for contemporary Internet-based, 'software as a service' enterprise and collaborative commerce applications, and given its intentions to continue to sell both directly and indirectly with accredited VARs within certain vertical segments, a return to better days does not seem as a far-fetched possibility for Epicor.

lawsuit attorney  company settled a trademark lawsuit, which was filed in 1997, with Platinum Technology (now part of Computer Associates ), and changed its name to Epicor Software Corporation. Unfortunately, until very recently, Epicor had not had to shuffle the many brand names/products that have emerged during last few years from now proverbial merger of its ancestors, former Platinum Software and DataWorks. DataWorks had also grown primarily through acquisitions, and created a single company out of a number of former Read More

Made2Manage


Made2Manage is a directly delivered enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, services, and support solution for small and medium-sized discrete manufacturers with dynamic, to-order environments, including engineer-to-order (ETO), make-to-order (MTO), assemble-to-order (ATO), and mixed-mode operations. Made2Manage seamlessly integrates enterprise resource planning and scheduling with shop floor execution. Built in 1986 by the president of a machine tool company, and expanded through the years via the input of more than 1,500 discrete, to-order manufacturing companies, Made2Manage keeps its focus on the manufacturing industry. Version 7.0 debuts 100 percent .NET, service-oriented architecture (SOA), n-tier architecture with “future proof” technology.  

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SAP Backpedals Its SaaS Forays -- By Design or Under Duress?


Let me start this blog post with a huge disclaimer: I have no intentions of wilfully beating up on SAP whatsoever! Sure, the enterprise applications titan has lately been embroiled in an intellectual property lawsuit with archrival Oracle over improper use of support data through its TomorrowNow third-party support (recently discontinued) subsidiary. As if this wasn't enough, SAP is being

lawsuit attorney  in an intellectual property lawsuit with archrival Oracle over improper use of support data through its TomorrowNow third-party support (recently discontinued) subsidiary . As if this wasn't enough, SAP is being sued again, and this time over an allegedly failed software implementation. Namely, in late March, Waste Management Inc. filed suit against SAP with claims of fraud (or gross over-promise, if one wants to sound a bit gentler here ). The plaintiff company claims to have spent a whopping US$100 Read More

Epicor Software Corp.: How Far From Being 'One-Stop' Shop?


Epicor Software has been striving to complete its evolution from a vendor of financial accounting software to a provider of holistic business performance solutions, including integrated front office, back office and e-business capabilities.

lawsuit attorney  to settle a class-action lawsuit and reorganized itself by recruiting George Klaus as CEO in 1996. With him at the helm, the company expanded into ERP applications through a number of acquisitions. In 1997, it bought CRM software developer Clientele Software and manufacturing and distribution software provider FocusSoft. These moves helped Platinum to a profitable fiscal 1998, its first in six years. In late 1998, it bought larger rival DataWorks Corporation (a mid-range manufacturing ERP supplier which Read More