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Yammer Introduces the Enterprise Graph » The TEC Blog
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30-10-2012

IBM Server Line Redrawn
IBM has continued its renaming binge, moving from PCs to servers.

LINE GRAPH: IBM Server Line Redrawn IBM Server Line Redrawn R. Krause - October 20, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - October 20, 2000 Event Summary [Source: IBM press release] Oct. 3, 2000 - IBM announced its new server product line, the IBM eServer. IBM s existing server and mainframe product lines (previously known as S/390, RS/6000, AS/400, and Netfinity) will now carry the eServer name and logo, starting with the first shipments, expected sometime this quarter. In addition to the renaming, IBM has announced new
10/20/2000

IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its Netfinity line of Intel-based servers

LINE GRAPH: IBM Updates the Netfinity Line IBM Updates the Netfinity Line R. Krause - May 5, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 5, 2000 Event Summary Taking aim at the growing Internet infrastructure business, IBM introduced three new models - 4500R, 6000R and 5100 - to its Netfinity line of Intel-based servers. These new R servers complement their current rackmount offerings, the Netfinity 4500R and 8500R. IBM officials said the 4500R is aimed at ISPs (Internet service providers) and ASPs (application service
5/5/2000

Compaq Streamlines Product Line
Compaq is simplifying its sometimes dizzying range of product offerings in its business desktop lines. This bodes well for their customers.

LINE GRAPH: Compaq Streamlines Product Line Compaq Streamlines Product Line C. McNulty - April 10, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [20 March 2000 - ZDNet] Compaq Computer Corp. is betting that slimming down its commercial desktop PC line will increase profitability. As part of CEO Michael Capellas strategy for getting Compaq (NYSE: CPQ) back on track, the company will streamline its commercial desktop PC line. Sources said Compaq will attempt to make this part of its business profitable again by slimming down the
4/10/2000

TEC Brings Its CRM Evaluation Center to the Latin-American Region
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a global company specializing in on-line services for software evaluation, launched the Spanish CRM Evaluation...

LINE GRAPH: global company specializing in on-line services for software evaluation, launched the Spanish CRM Evaluation Center to support Latin-American companies investing in CRM, to make objective and impartial selections; the CRM market in the region is estimated in $166 million (USD), according to IDC. TEC ( http://www.TechnologyEvaluation.com/press ) has launched a Spanish-language Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Evaluation Center ( http://crm.technologyevaluation.com/es/ ) as part of its strategy to
2/17/2006

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Building a Business Case for Mobile Learning
Look at e-learning from a business manager’s perspective, learn about some of the ways it can improve your bottom line, and build a compelling business case reaching out to your external audiences including customers, partners, channel or distributor networks, independent agents, suppliers, franchises/franchisees, association members, contractors, or volunteers.

LINE GRAPH: can improve your bottom line, and build a compelling business case reaching out to your external audiences including customers, partners, channel or distributor networks, independent agents, suppliers, franchises/franchisees, association members, contractors, or volunteers. Building a Business Case for Mobile Learning style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Training and Education,   Distance Learning,   E-learning Management,   Learning Content Management System
7/8/2012 11:29:00 PM

DSL Provider Scoops up Netscreen Firewall Goldmine
In a $905million exchange of stock, Efficient Networks has acquired a more than efficient security solution with its acquisition of the Netscreen line of appliance firewalls. Well positioned to give firewall market leader Checkpoint a run for their money, the Netscreen line of firewalls scale to an incredible magnitude compared to anything currently out on the market.

LINE GRAPH: supplier of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) equipment and technology. Incorporated in Dallas, Texas, Efficient Networks first issued an IPO last July. Netscreen, with annual revenue of $22million, is the developer and manufacturer of the Netscreen ASIC based line of appliance firewalls. Appliance firewalls, which operate at wire-speed, are among the fastest of the firewall technology architectures on the market. Market Impact On news of the acquisition, Efficient Networks stock dropped below the Nasdaq
4/20/2000

The Web-Enabled Sales Process
Traditional enterprise-level sales strategies are no longer sufficient in bringing new customer accounts. Today's self-directed buyers delay sales contact and pre-qualify solutions via the Internet. Sales can leverage this medium by understanding the buy cycle to deliver value and begin an influential on-line relationship.

LINE GRAPH: Early Access via the On-line Channel In the past, salespeople controlled the sales cycle by managing the flow of information. Today the information available on the Internet has empowered buyers to structure their own buying cycle. This shift is comparable to the days when the automobile engine replaced the horse as our primary source of transportation power. The horse couldn t compete with the speed, convenience and low cost of the automobile. The same can be said for the Internet, which has given
3/30/2006

Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain ManagementPart 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line
Managers weighing an investment in software for supply chain face pressure to be right. Looking for a precise calculation of ROI often results in making an uninformed decision. Part four discusses the difficulty in predicting the future.

LINE GRAPH: Give Us the Bottom Line Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Part 4: Just Give Us the Bottom Line Mark Wells - July 18, 2001 Read Comments Identifying the ROI of a Software Application for Supply Chain Management Executive Summary    The competitive environment for every industry grows increasingly intense. Fast, reasonably accurate information about the impact of a software investment decision grows more critical. Many decision-makers look for an exact forecast of
7/18/2001

Business Agility for Midsize Companies: Actionable Information and Employee Insight
Business agility means that everyone—from C-level executives to front-line workers—needs to execute on the changing business environment and the requisite changes to business plans. As a midsize company, agility is even more critical; you need to react quicker than your larger counterparts to survive and thrive. Read about an application that empowers users at all levels to align resources to execute on strategies.

LINE GRAPH: everyone—from C-level executives to front-line workers—needs to execute on the changing business environment and the requisite changes to business plans. As a midsize company, agility is even more critical; you need to react quicker than your larger counterparts to survive and thrive. Read about an application that empowers users at all levels to align resources to execute on strategies. Business Agility for Midsize Companies: Actionable Information and Employee Insight style= border-width:0px; />
3/8/2011 2:06:00 PM


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