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Agresso + CODA, VITA + Link (+ CODA 2go): What's the Sum? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series described Unit 4 Agresso’s (or Agresso in further text) dual product strategy following its acquisition of CODA in 2008. The post

linux hardware audit  Windows ; UNIX ; Linux ; and OS/400 Databases – Microsoft SQL Server ; Oracle ; Sybase ; and IBM DB2 Web se rvers  – Internet Information Services (IIS ) and Apache HTTP Server Web browsers – Windows Internet Explorer (IE ) and Mozilla Firefox Integrated development environments (IDEs ) –  Microsoft .NET Framework and Java Platform Enterprise Edition (formerly J2EE ). Moreover, integration with other key business systems can take place via either CODA 2link, a user-friendly integration tool 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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Legacy Single Sign-On: Novell, Evidian, IBM, PassGo, or Computer Associates?
As the complexity of enterprise systems increases, users are often forced to remember more and more passwords. As the demand on users increases, many users

linux hardware audit  Windows 2000, Solaris, and Linux server platforms. Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Linux, and Citrix are supported clients, as are thin terminal server clients What's so impressive about Novell's single sign-on product is that the core product runs at the client end. Only the actual database runs on the server. According to Novell, this configuration means that there is no limit to the number of supported clients or to the number of passwords that can be stored. Additionally, Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of April 23rd, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSThe SuperYacht Group selects NetSuiteIndustry tags: services industry

linux hardware audit  PowerLinux solutions Industry tags: Linux IBM is introducing PowerLinux Systems, a new set of POWER7 processor-based hardware systems for Linux business-critical workloads. PowerLinux Systems complies with the necessary Red Hat and SUSE standards for analyzing big data and for industry-specific applications. —Jorge García, TEC BI Analyst Press release Teradata releases new appliance for SAS High Performance Analytics Industry tags: BI/data warehouse/business analytics Taradata 700 appliance for SAS Read More...
Sweet Spots and What-Nots: Enterprise Management Software Vendor Provides Notable Solutions
Deltek uses a wealth of standalone and bundled modules to target various markets, including professional services firms both domestically and internationally

linux hardware audit  Microsoft Windows NT, and Linux. WebLogic also provides automatic load balance and automatic failover capabilities to minimize interruptions and server downtime. Deltek Costpoint web is an elegant intermediate solution (between Costpoint 5 and 6), and is a result of Deltek's initial staggered release approach, in which selected Web-based applications would be delivered in segments. The release of the initial set of Web-based applications, which includes a number of input screens relating to key Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part One: Event Summary and Market Impact
Although its service-oriented architecture-based platform and enterprise solutions will not likely be

linux hardware audit  different operating systems, including Linux, UNIX, and Microsoft Windows , albeit only on the Oracle database management system (Oracle Database) platform. Oracle Information Architecture , which underlies the Oracle database, application server, and enterprise business applications, is integrated, modular, and based on industry standards. It is designed to eliminate information fragmentation and to provide companies with consolidated information needed to run businesses more effectively. Its foundation Read More...
OS SmackDown!
In the latest escalation in the battle between Windows and Linux, directions on how to replace each with the other have been published on the Web by their

linux hardware audit  on how to remove Linux OS and install Windows 2000/NT4 on the newly-freed-up disk drive. Not to be outdone, Linux-philes have countered by publishing instructions on how to remove a Windows OS and replace it with Linux. To close the circle, Paul Ferris, Editor at Linux Today, highlighted the silliness by publishing his own mostly-joking piece on how to uninstall both Windows and Linux. (His directions lead to a wiped out disk drive, of course.) Market Impact Alone, these documents will have minimal Read More...
Red Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens
Red Hat still controls the Linux market, but now it’s getting some competition from SuSE, Caldera, and TurboLinux.

linux hardware audit  that market share for Linux includes more distribution methods than retail.] Figure 2. Market Impact As with the server hardware market, the Linux market is starting to consolidate. Red Hat is still the clear leader, but the second three (SuSE, Caldera, TurboLinux) have closed the gap slightly. Of course, the growth rates of the second three, although tremendous, are unsustainable (unless the Linux market matches those rates). We expect Red Hat to maintain a 40+ % share (using IDC's metrics) of the Read More...
Network Appliance to Ship Sub-$10K Caching Hardware
Network Appliance, the current Web caching market leader, announced its first under-$10,000 caching appliance.

linux hardware audit  Appliance to Ship Sub-$10K Caching Hardware Network Appliance to Ship Sub-$10K Caching Hardware R. Krause - June 6, 2000 Event Summary May 01, 2000 [Network Appliance et al.] Network Appliance announced it will start shipping its first Internet caching device priced below $10,000. The company expects to start shipping them later this month. Network Appliance's new system, the rack-mountable NetCache C1100, is due to ship in the U.S., Europe and Asia by the end of May, priced from $5,950. The lower Read More...
Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part I
You are about to embark on an important project. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Don't

linux hardware audit  10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part I Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part I Featured Author - Joseph J. Strub - December 31, 2003 Introduction You are about to embark on an important project. Perhaps the project is implementing an ERP package, getting critical applications ready for the busy season, or setting up a warehouse and inventory for radio frequency operations. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Read More...
Sales Tax Audit Survival Guide
Find out in the practical survival guide. managing transaction tax audit risk.

linux hardware audit  sales tax audit survival guide,sales,tax,audit,survival,guide,tax audit survival guide,sales audit survival guide,sales tax survival guide,sales tax audit guide,sales tax audit survival. Read More...
Compaq, HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance
Five key vendors, Compaq, HP, IBM, Intel, and Microsoft have allied together to develop a new hardware and software specification for personal computer security

linux hardware audit  HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft Create New PC Security Alliance Event Summary On Monday, October 11, Compaq, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel and Microsoft announced the launch of a new alliance, the Trusted Computing Platform Alliance . The Alliance has chartered itself with the mission of developing a new hardware and software specification to enable technology companies to use a more trusted and secure personal computer platform based on common standards. Alliance Chairman, David Chan of Hewlett-Packard Read More...
Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.

linux hardware audit  and business desktops with Linux preinstalled. All major hardware companies offer servers guaranteed to work with Linux, a clone of the network-friendly Unix operating system, but comparatively few have been offering Linux for laptops. One hurdle: Laptops often come with proprietary hardware that are more difficult for Linux programmers to support, though informal sites such as Linux on Laptops offer extensive help. IBM also has made sure Linux works with a model of its ThinkPad laptops, but there were Read More...
Methods of Linux Bare-metal Restore and Disaster Recovery
When it comes to disaster recovery (DR) software, companies should think of it as an insurance policy—not just software that recovers lost data. Being prepared

linux hardware audit  of Linux Bare-metal Restore and Disaster Recovery When it comes to disaster recovery (DR) software, companies should think of it as an insurance policy—not just software that recovers lost data. Being prepared for disaster makes good business sense, but oddly enough, few companies are. Because Linux distributions don’t include DR tools, companies must look to a file-based recovery solution that can recover the entire system and eliminate the need to rebuild. Read More...
Skybot Scheduler
Skybot Scheduler is an easy-to-use yet powerful job scheduling solution for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers. Skybot Scheduler can build event-driven

linux hardware audit  for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers. Skybot Scheduler can build event-driven schedules quickly and easily across multiple platforms. Skybot Scheduler handles complex dependencies and notifies users of errors quickly. Read More...
IBM Pushes Linux into Appliances
IBM Corp. on Monday said its line of network computer terminals can now run on the alternative software system Linux.

linux hardware audit  Pushes Linux into Appliances Event Summary January 31, 2000 [Reuters] - IBM Corp said its line of network computer terminals can now run on the alternative software system Linux, in the latest move by the world's largest computer maker to make its products more flexible and easier to use on the Internet. IBM (NYSE: IBM), the computer maker that so far has made the broadest commitment to Linux, also said it would post instructions on its Web site for configuring Linux, and a forum for customers to share Read More...

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