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The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

mainframes tutorial  the late 1960s and mainframes became the dominant style of computing in the 1970s. The applications that were written for the mainframe computers of that era were monolithic in nature. Monolithic means that the application performed all of the necessary functions, such as providing the user interface, the application logic, as well as access to data. Most companies have moved away from deploying monolithic applications and towards a form of distributed computing that is often referred to as n-tier Read More...
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Cash Management 101
Cash management is an essential business process all organizations must perform to survive. Though cash management uses automation for much of the “grunt” work,

mainframes tutorial  Management 101 Cash management is a need common to both large and small businesses alike. In its simplest terms, cash management is the assurance that today's receivables plus today's account balances exceed today's payables. Failure to practice this business management process guarantees bankruptcy. Every large organization has a cash management group, sometimes called the treasury . This group's function includes management of such items as investments and borrowing in addition to the organization's Read More...
Wee Wonder Wedges to a Mainframe Analyst's Aid!
Mainframes store almost 70% of the world’s data, and millions of applications are running on mainframes to process it. The tasks of a developer in a time

mainframes tutorial  a Mainframe Analyst's Aid! Mainframes store almost 70% of the world’s data, and millions of applications are running on mainframes to process it. The tasks of a developer in a time-sharing option (TSO)/interactive system productivity facility (ISPF) environment can be mundane but time-consuming. This paper addresses how an organization that maintains mainframe applications can increase productivity by developing some simple tools in a TSO/ISPF environment. Read More...
EAM versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company
This article looks at where computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) end and enterprise asset management (EAM) takes over, focusing on features and

mainframes tutorial  versus CMMS: What's Right for Your Company Originally Published - March 15, 2004 Enterprise asset management (EAM) software and computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) continue to grab headlines as a realistic way to reduce expenses and increase revenues. For one, maintaining an adequate level of repair and service parts inventory based on forecasted equipment usage can prevent already-limited funds from being over-allocated just to achieve a false sense of security. Also, an effective Read More...
Business Intelligence Status Report
Spurred by government mandates for more business transparency, business intelligence has emerged to extract information from ERP systems. How has BI emerged

mainframes tutorial  users referred to their mainframes as the black hole , because all the information went into it, but none ever came back out. Namely, all requests for reports had to be programmed by the IT staff, whereas only pre-canned reports could be generated on a scheduled basis, and ad-hoc real-time querying was virtually impossible. While the client/server-based ERP systems of the 1990s have been somewhat more report-friendly, it has still been a far cry from a desired usability by regular, non-technical, end Read More...
Architecture Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services
Collaboration and interoperability are critical where multiple business units reside under one larger corporation, or where there is a requirement to integrate

mainframes tutorial  series Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture . For more background information, see Architecture Evolution: From Mainframe to Service-oriented Architecture and Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture . SOA can in part be defined and explained by Web services, which according to Microsoft are self-describing software modules, semantically encapsulating discrete functionality, wrapped in and accessible via standard Internet communication Read More...
Secure Folder: File or Folder Encryption
Teamwork requires data to be shared, but security must be maintained. Folder encryption is an essential part of corporate security and protecting intellectual

mainframes tutorial  Folder: File or Folder Encryption SECUDE Secure Folder offers the highest level of data protection for sensitive and confidential data – not only locally and on network drives (Data-At-Rest), but also during transfer from PC to file server (Data-In-Transit). Source : SECUDE International AG Resources Related to Secure Folder: File or Folder Encryption : Encryption (Wikipedia) Secure Folder: File or Folder Encryption Public Key is also known as : Public Key Algorithm , Public Key Authority , Read More...
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part One: Challenges and Features
Companies are looking for more areas to squeeze savings out of operations. One such area that may be fertile ground to explore is equipment maintenance. The

mainframes tutorial  Maintenance Management Systems: A Tutorial Part One: Challenges and Features Introduction Saying that a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is just another scheduling tool is tantamount to saying that the Titanic was just another boat. While maintenance scheduling is arguably its most important aspect, CMMS has many additional features that can help a company manage its maintenance function. CMMS is using software to effectively and efficiently plan and execute tasks meant to Read More...
Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture
Traditional enterprise systems have proven difficult to change and extend. The inherent problem of old core code and business logic duplication is part of the

mainframes tutorial  series Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture . In fact, owing to the Internet phenomenon, terms such as web-based and web-enabled have lately replaced the 1990s client/server buzzword, with client/server now insinuating a reference to the old pre-Web way of doing things. However, most client/server systems have meanwhile been modified to include web access, and the web-based application or architecture is naturally a true client/server architecture. Namely, on the Read More...
High-flux Electron-gun Reference Design
This tutorial addresses a common issue in electron gun design: for a given voltage, what is the highest possible beam current?

mainframes tutorial  flux Electron-gun Reference Design This tutorial addresses a common issue in electron gun design: for a given voltage, what is the highest possible beam current? Read More...
SCP and SCE Need to Collaborate for Better Fulfillment Part One: How SCP and SCE are Addressing WMS
Warehouse management and transportation management have emerged as two of a few rare remaining fertile areas where companies still have ample opportunity to

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ERP Systems and the ETO Manufacturing Market Part One: Event Summary
Users increasingly look for an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for a specific business, since software that combines industry-specific

mainframes tutorial  erp,erp advantages,erp application,erp applications,erp best practices,erp business,erp business process,erp change management,erp companies,erp company,erp compare,erp comparison,erp consultants,erp consulting,erp costs Read More...
Selecting PLM Software Solutions Part 4 - Comparing 3 Vendors
In PLM, there is no single vendor that can meet all of the requirements, and the market is still immature, so almost every product can be the right solution

mainframes tutorial  PLM Software Solutions Part 4 - Comparing 3 Vendors Executive Summary Past experience shows us that the vast majority of enterprise technology evaluations run over time and budget, and once selected, the majority of the implementations fail to meet functional, return on investment (ROI) and total cost of ownership (TCO) expectations. Many companies have consequently been stuck with under-performing software products and dejected users, and are still unable to gauge their system to determine how Read More...
Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part 1: Tutorial
Flow manufacturing leverages techniques to help manufacturers create any product on any given day, in any given quantity including the

mainframes tutorial  vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part 1: Tutorial Flow Manufacturing The lean manufacturing support philosophy has recently received increased interest, potentially allowing it to break like a huge wave across industry. The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems of the 1990s have been burdened with the liability of carrying on some well-publicized Material Requirements Planning (MRP) problems like complex bills of material (BOMs), inefficient workflows and unnecessary Read More...
Microsoft Business Network (MBN)--Coming of Age? Part One: Event Summary
While the Microsoft Business Network (MBN) product is worth considering for a number of compelling reasons, it will take some immense doing before it becomes a

mainframes tutorial  with a lot of mainframes and minicomputers talking to other mainframes and minicomputers. To refresh our memory, EDI emerged in the 1960s when the railroad industry sought a way to speed up and automate business communications between remote computer systems, and to eliminate the high cost of sending paper documents by snail-mail. The concept did not fully take hold industry-wide until the 1980s though, when standards were introduced to define data exchange, and when it became apparent that B2B, Read More...

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