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The Ghost in the Machine: Where Has Process Automation Left the Consumer?
Business process automation is all very well and good. After all, nothing succeeds like success, especially automated success. But what is the effect of

letters court  phone the police? Write letters to the local newspaper? Form a coalition designed to protest your neighbor's right to exist? Probably not. In the real world, it's entirely possible that this man is also your brother-in-law. We're only human, we say, wryly or cheerfully, depending on our perspective. On the other hand, companies that are perceived as liars and cheaters are generally bloodied (if unbowed) in the court of public opinion, and risk suffering tremendous losses in terms of investor fallout and Read More...
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CDC Software Wins at the Pivotal Auction. Now What? Part One: Event Summary
While Pivotal might have temporarily mitigated its protracted troubles by having the privilege to choose between three potential suitors, the time for some

letters court  restructurings and to secure letters of credit The second group of serious reasons, merged Pivotal/Onyx would not be an attractive entity, was also long. Some reasons given were Questionable synergies compared with significant and inevitable cash costs of combining and integrating the two entities the potential loss of customers as evidenced by a number of strong and unsolicited expressions of concern that Pivotal received from its customers concerning a merger with Onyx, and no customer expressions of Read More...
Analysis of Virgin Net's Hacker Scare
The Company only operates in England and claims the break-in attempts were only to specific and contained areas.

letters court  company has issued apology letters to all those affected by the interruption. This hacking attempt falls on the heels of Microsoft's HotMail security issues, which affected up to 40 million users. User Recommendations As commercially available email sites continue to grow, a wealth of information is pooled together for those who know what they are looking for. The typical security level for these sites is substandard and therefore becomes an appealing target for hackers, who prefer to think of themselves Read More...
U.S. vs. Microsoft - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But Not That Hard
An updated study projects a potential Microsoft antitrust breakup to increase software costs US$30B. It's not nearly that high.

letters court  S. vs. Microsoft - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But Not That Hard Event Summary WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (PRNewswire) -- A leading American economist set the record straight on the higher costs that will result from an artificial breakup of the Windows operating system. Consumers and the IT sector will pay the price of a $30 billion increase in software costs if Windows is broken up as some Microsoft critics and government attorneys seem to be advocating. The study, authored by Professor Stan Liebowitz of the Read More...
Yet Another Crumby Cookie Story
Take a company with a simple and honest business model but without all of its privacy policies clearly stated and a second company which a gift for hyperbole

letters court  They say in bold letters System tracks Users as They Move from Site to Site. Another bold headline is MENE MENE TEKEL PARSIN, a slightly garbled reference to the phrase Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin which is written by the disembodied fingers of a human hand in the Biblical Book of Daniel. This phrase is generally used in modern English to mean the handwriting is on the wall, and under the headline Interhack founder Mathew C. Curtin is quoted as warning Today we tell the industry that when it comes Read More...
My PLM Video Playlist on YouTube
A little heads-up: We’re going to start having videos on TEC’s Web site. We'll produce videos in the future but the first step we’ll start with is a library of

letters court  in conjunction with many letters now. Other than PLM, we’ve also heard of SLM (service lifecycle management), MLM (merchandise lifecycle management), QLM (quality lifecycle management), ALM (asset lifecycle management), etc. In this video, Capgemini introduced another “LM”—innovation and lifecycle management (ILM). End-to-end PLM Story : This video from Dassault Systemes uses the company’s 3D capabilities in design, simulation, and manufacturing to demonstrate the process of making a business Read More...
Implementing an In-house Solution that Maps to the EDRM
In order for e-discovery software to facilitate a defensible process while reducing cost and reducing risk, it must meet several requirements. In addition to

letters court  an In-house Solution that Maps to the EDRM In order for e-discovery software to facilitate a defensible process while reducing cost and reducing risk, it must meet several requirements. In addition to being forensically sound, and having a history of court acceptance, it must support your organization’s existing IT infrastructure. Learn the critical requirements of an effective in-house e-discovery solution. Read More...
At Least Your Boss Can't Read Your Home E-mail, Right? Wrong!
A lower-court judge in St. Paul granted a subpoena to Northwest Airlines allowing them the search the home computers of employees for evidence of allegedly

letters court  Least Your Boss Can't Read Your Home E-mail, Right? Wrong! Event Summary Northwest Airlines Corp. NASDAQ NWAC) alleges that its flight attendants' union staged a sickout, which is a job action not allowed by the contract or by Federal labor law. Northwest obtained a subpoena to search the home computers of fourteen employees for emails containing the word sickout. Northwest is also searching two websites operated by two flight attendants and intends to seek information from their ISPs. The site Read More...
Rules, Tools, Policies, and Best Practices for Compliance in the United States
A strategic compliance program can help employers in the United States (US) reduce the likelihood of litigation, regulatory investigations, security breaches

letters court  Tools, Policies, and Best Practices for Compliance in the United States Compliance Rules: Rules and Tools, Policies and Best Practices for Cost-Effective, Comprehensive Compliance in the United States If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. MessageLabs, now part of Symantec, provides a range of managed services to protect, control, encrypt and archive electronic communications. Listed as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadra 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

letters court  Just Words: Enforce Your E-mail and Web Acceptable Usage Policies Not Just Words: Enforce Your Email and Web Acceptable Usage Policies If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. MessageLabs, now part of Symantec, provides a range of managed services to protect, control, encrypt and archive electronic communications. Listed as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant and many other analyst reports, and with more than 19,000 clients Read More...
CRM is Busting Out Of Its Britches: Operational, Analytical, and Collaborative CRM Are Born
Back in the early 90’s, ‘CRM’ wasn’t even a trendy acronym. You had a few players thinking beyond 'stovepipe' enterprise applications, but not much beyond

letters court  quietly adding the three letters C.R.M. to their websites, and eating smaller vendors for lunch, for fear of being lost in the Back Office-cum-ERP/SCM, Front Office-cum-CRM world. And wave after wave of multi-million if not multi-billion dollar buy outs and consolidations (for one example, see the Kana reference in the Tech Note sited above) lapped the corporate shores. As the technology development and consolidation continues unphased, if not stoked, by the economic downturn today, analysts, busy Read More...
How Global Trade Management Can Assuage Your International Trade Worries
Globalization has lost its novelty. For most goods-driven enterprises it has become a matter of fact, just to stay in the game. However, the level of complexity

letters court  the required documentation, negotiating letters of credit, and the list goes on. While working with a few overseas purchase orders is manageable, larger numbers of transactions put an exponential strain on your resources as more variables are involved in adjusting activities related to inventory, work in progress (WIP), in-transit management, warehousing, and cash flow. And the pressure is exacerbated in just-in-time environments where margins for errors are very limited and costly. Costing : It’s a Read More...
Cream.HR's Solution to Today's Recruiting Challenges
I recently interviewed Caitlin MacGregor, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder of Cream.HR, a company that produces a software solution that supports

letters court  asserts that résumés and letters of intent are inadequate means for assessing a candidate’s capabilities against a company’s culture. Cream.HR hopes to address many of these concerns by screening candidates at the beginning of the hiring process, before an HR manager even reads their résumés. Cream.HR’s online survey assesses candidates for a set of personality traits that MacGregor argues top performers have in common. Moreover, their recruitment tool captures the company’s culture and Read More...
Demystifying the EPC Global Network: An explanation of ONS, EPC-IS, and EPC-DS
As goods traverse the supply chain, various parties need to exchange information about these goods. This requires interoperability across the global network

letters court  or base 16. The letters A, B, C, D, and E therefore represent the numbers 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 respectively, so even though you see letters in this representation, the EPC is actually strictly numerical. Why You Need ONS Now imagine that you are a retailer with millions of items, cases, and pallets flowing through your DCs, from thousands of different suppliers. You want to find the data for each of those tagged items or cases or pallets. But for those objects, the data is spread out across 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

letters court  Denies Patent Infringement Allegations by IBM Event Summary MENLO PARK, Calif.-February 7, 2000-Informix Corporation (NASDAQ: IFMX), the technology leader in the software infrastructure for the i.Economy, announced that International Business Machines Corporation has filed an action against Informix in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware alleging infringement of several United States patents owned by IBM. Informix strongly believes that the allegations are utterly devoid Read More...

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