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The Seven Deadly Sins of Software Marketing
Huge amounts of money are spent on marketing collateral—you need to ensure that you get your money's worth. This article discusses seven common mistakes made

memory card  marketing collateral onto a memory card, indexed by industry and topic. If you have ever been to a trade show, you know that repacking for the trip home can be a humbling and difficult experience. Let's face it: you have to leave room for the stress balls, tote bags, and, if there is still room, vendor brochures. Memory cards take up little room. Since marketing material rarely consumes all of the space on a card, you can re-stock it with updated information. The major cost component—the physical Read More...
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Staff Scheduling manages the scheduling of hospital employees, primarily nursing staff.
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HP's Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers: Focusing on Reliability and Expandability
Hewlett-Packard's four-CPU rackmount products, the NetServer LH4r and LXr 8000, are aimed at customers who want reliable, expandable server installations.

memory card  work under NT 4.0.) Memory: The LXr 8000 can handle up to 8 GB of RAM, double what the competition (except for the Netfinity 7000) can handle. Upgradeability: The LXr 8000 is designed to allow the unit to be upgraded to the LXr 8500, HP's soon-to-be-shipped eight-CPU system. General: HP has earned a reputation for power/packaging excellence, with good hardware ergonomics. In addition, the operating temperature range for their servers is wider than for their major competitors, which allows slightly more Read More...
The Future of Secure Remote Password (SRP)
The Secure Remote Password (SRP) holds great promise as a way to strongly authenticate a user without the usual risks of dictionary attack(s) faced by other

memory card  by physical resources (CPU, memory) as well as available input (small numeric keypads) not to mention the fact that they are sending data over unprotected wireless networks. Providing a way to strongly authenticate these users without installing cryptographic tokens, without requiring long random passwords and without requiring third-party involvement is extremely valuable. Also the ability to provide a consistent authentication mechanism across these channels is ideal for e-business vendors and Read More...
IFS Bucking the Trends - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the current upbeat state of affairs of IFS, a public business software company (listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

memory card  address the “collective knowledge” memory loss problem within many firms today. As said earlier, the information is there, in the heads of the users or in scattered e-mails or documents, but when you need it the most it's difficult to access. WikiHelp will let IFS users take part in making changes to, or add new, documentation on how to accomplish various tasks throughout the application. With in-line documentation, users will never lose the context of where they came across the question at hand. Read More...
KronosWorks 2013: The World's Leading Workforce Information Exchange
This year’s Kronos user conference took place in Orlando, Florida, and confirmed that Kronos remains a very competitive vendor in the workforce management (WFM)

memory card  filling timesheets without errors); in-memory big data to predict workforce trends (e.g., overtime and absenteeism based on history and external correlating data); as well as integrations with more non-WFM systems. The events were well organized and the Kronos team was happy to answer most our questions. I would like to extend my thanks to the Kronos team for their hospitality. A final comment, worthy of note and appreciation, is the fact that Kronos donated $1 per tweet published under the conference Read More...
QlikView
QlikView uses patented in-memory associative search technology to make sophisticated analysis available to business users, with a click-driven, visually

memory card  QlikView uses patented in-memory associative search technology to make sophisticated analysis available to business users, with a click-driven, visually interactive interface. QlikView takes advantage of 64-bit multicore hardware platforms to allow thousands of users to access large volumes of data. The QlikView in-memory data model allows an integrated view of information through dashboards, ad hoc analysis, and reports. Read More...
Identity-based NAC and PCI Data Security Compliance
As of June 2006, the payment card industry (PCI) has established a detailed set of policy, procedure, infrastructure, and data security requirements for

memory card  based NAC and PCI Data Security Compliance As of June 2006, the payment card industry (PCI) has established a detailed set of policy, procedure, infrastructure, and data security requirements for merchants that store and process credit card data. That’s why it’s vital for key PCI requirements to be met when it comes to encryption, user authentication, virus and malware control, access control, and auditing. Read More...
Smart Card for Global Enterprise Authentication
Smart-card technology is an industry standard defined and controlled by the Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC1) of the International Standards Organization (ISO)

memory card  Card for Global Enterprise Authentication Smart-card technology is an industry standard defined and controlled by the Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC1) of the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the International Electronic Committee (IEC). Standards introduced in 1987 and updated in 2003 define attributes of a smart card—including physical characteristics, transmission protocols, security architecture, and common data elements. Find out more. Read More...
Development of an Internet Payment Processing System
This article describes the author's experience with the development of the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. The system's architecture is very

memory card  of an Internet Payment Processing System Introduction Early in 1999, the author was asked by E-Bank ( http://www.e-bank.co.yu ), one of his clients, to develop the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. This client is a Yugoslav payment processing company that uses BankWorks software by RS2 Software Group ( http://www.rs2group.com ) to process transactions made at ATMs (Automatic Teller Machines) and POS (Point Of Sale) terminals. Developing an internet payment processing system in Read More...
UNIT4 Continues Enhancing Its Business Intelligence Stack—Analyst Roadshow
It has been a very interesting year for UNIT4, and the recent Analyst Roadshow event continued in the same light. TEC’s own Jorge García was there to capture

memory card  incorporation of a new in-memory analytics solution to the vendor’s analytics stack. UNIT4 Expanding Its Business Performance Offering to North America With availability both in the cloud and on premise, UNIT4 Cash Flow and UNIT4 Financial Consolidation were launched to the North American market. This happens to be no last-minute move or abrupt decision on the part of UNIT4. On the contrary, I think that this well thought out move based on the beneficial acquisition of Coda and the Swedish-based Read More...
Ellison Swipes at SAP's HANA
In his keynote speech at this week's Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison fired a shot across the bow of SAP's HANA. The fourth generation of Oracle's

memory card  Oracle's Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine was announced as part of the company's infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution offerings. The marketing battle heated up when Mr. Ellison let slip that SAP has something a bit smaller. I think her name is HANA. The in-memory computing solutions offered by both companies offer incredible performance improvements for companies with application and analytics performance challenges. It's great to see SAP and Oracle (and other industry players) Read More...
How to Achieve Compliance with Payment Cards
Data auditing and data encryption are two key Payment Card Industry (PCI) requirements for maintaining cardholder data protection. Although the two capabilities

memory card  to Achieve Compliance with Payment Cards Data auditing and data encryption are two key Payment Card Industry (PCI) requirements for maintaining cardholder data protection. Although the two capabilities are distinct, they’re also synergistic—in fact, PCI recommends using data auditing as a substitute for encryption. Learn more about an auditing and encryption solution that can help you make better decisions about protecting your and your clients’ sensitive data. Read More...
Oracle Sets Date for Database In-Memory Release
The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle Database In

memory card  Sets Date for Database In-Memory Release Oracle CEO Larry Ellison took center stage at a special event to announce the planned release of the Oracle Database In-Memory . The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle originally announced the in-memory solution during last year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference. The Oracle Database In-Memory demonstrated from 100x to more than 1000x speedup for enterprise Read More...
Achieving PCI Compliance for Privileged Password Management and Remote Vendor Access
Noncompliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards can have a devastating effect on any company that relies on credit card transactions. Contractual

memory card  PCI Compliance for Privileged Password Management and Remote Vendor Access Noncompliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards can have a devastating effect on any company that relies on credit card transactions. Contractual penalties and revocation of your rights to process credit card transactions are just two potential repercussions. Though there is no single solution for PCI compliance, you can minimize the risks by staying on top of the latest products and procedures. Learn more. Read More...
In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study
The primary bottleneck to high-performance multidimensional analysis has been slow hard drive speed—the time it takes for data to be transferred from disk

memory card  software. Silicon Rocks The memory part of in-memory refers to silicon-based semiconductors that constitute the material of a computer system’s random access memory (RAM). The entire in-memory revolution is built on the simple fact that RAM is significantly faster than disks that are made from magnetic material. Access to data is direct with semiconductor-based memory, while disk storage suffers the unavoidable bottleneck associated with rotation speed of magnetic disks. Low cost, high performance Read More...

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