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Micro Focus, Inc.
MERANT is the leading supplier of Enterprise Application Development solutions, providing the people, products and processes to create solutions that help

micro  1976, with its predecessors Micro Focus and INTERSOLV. Micro Focus, a leading provider of enterprise application development and maintenance solutions for MVS, UNIX, Windows, NT and Web environments, acquired INTERSOLV in 1998. INTERSOLV was the leading application enablement software provider for the client/server, Internet and intranet worlds. United in February 1999 under the MERANT name, the company today is the market leader in Enterprise Application Development. With its technology the de facto 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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Physician Micro Systems, Inc.


micro  Micro Systems, Inc. By itself, the Clientele support component was great; it had consistently done exactly what we wanted it to do over a significant period of time, says Hooper. In choosing the new solution, we knew we needed to integrate it with our support group. Our support group was using a well-tested product that was essentially problem-free. We didn’t have to call Epicor’s support team frequently to help us fix issues, it ran well and we had a lot of confidence in the product. Read More...
Trend Micro, Incorporated


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BOSAL Selects Infor's Micro-vertical Automotive Suite
The Infor LN enterprise resource planning (ERP) system seems to have a great new life under Infor and with help from its sibling products (and is far away from

micro  Selects Infor's Micro-vertical Automotive Suite The Infor LN enterprise resource planning (ERP) system seems to have a great new life under Infor and with help from its sibling products (and is far away from the infamous days and years of previous owners under the plagued brand name Baan ). Most recently, BOSAL , a leading manufacturer of complete emission control systems for passenger cars, trucks, and industrial applications, catalytic converters, towbar systems, roofbars and roofracks, wind Read More...
An Analysis of Trend Micro Systems - Who They Are and Where They're Going
During the first half of 1999 alone, viruses have wreaked havoc on the Internet and corporate networks, causing over 7 Billion (USD) in damages.

micro  Analysis of Trend Micro Systems - Who They Are and Where They're Going An Analysis of Trend Micro Systems - Who they are and where they're going P.Hayes - February 7th, 2000 Vendor Genesis A former Hewlett-Packard engineer, Steve Chang, the present CEO of Trend Micro, founded Trend in 1998. Trend Micro's first anti-virus products were released in early 1990 with marketing primarily focused on Japan, Taiwan, and US markets. Trend has evolved its product line since then, and its present approach to virus Read More...
Sub7 Tells Chat Rooms All Your Stuff; F-Secure Leads the Battle
A hacker program called Sub7 will tell IRC channels all the stuff you don't want people to know.

micro  to F-Secure are Trend Micro and Sophos. Trend's and Sophos' anti-virus products will also rid your system of the invasive files. Both vendors have a description of this process on their website, though it is not quite as extensive as the description on the F-Secure site. At this time, Symantec's site doesn't offer any information on Sub7. Trend Micro http://www.antivirus.com/vinfo/security/sa052799.htm F-Secure http://www.europe.f-secure.com/v-descs/subseven.htm Sophos Read More...
Current Trends in Messaging
As electronic communication has grown, geographic boundaries have shrunk, enabling an onslaught of mobile executives.

micro  Associates, Symantec, and Trend Micro are the three leading vendors in AntiVirus software and content scanning and filtering. Expect to see the messaging security vertical markets to grow in proportion to the wireless explosion. Trend 4 Impact: The time has come to be proactive in the protection of company data. The messaging system is one of the most vulnerable and accessible services on the network. Take advantage of AntiVirus software servers and save yourself from potentially devastating infection. Read More...
SYSPRO USA Unveils 4-Part Brain Trust Initiative to Drive U.S. Manufacturing
SYSPRO has long been recognized in the small to medium business (SMB) manufacturing and distribution industry for its tight focus on providing a superior

micro  as possible. A new micro-vertical co-op thrust with partners to intensely focus on the prosperous food and beverage industry. SYSPRO’s Food ERP has advanced capabilities for supply chain visibility and inventory optimization, and these will be the focus of education and marketing program outreach as well as special 2014 bundled pricing. A new community outreach program to extend the recognized SYSPRO customer experience to a SYSPRO community experience. The end goal here is to provide as much ERP Read More...
NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit
Settling a patent dispute out of court, Network Associates agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend's patented technologies. Both

micro  agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend's patented technologies. Both companies claim to be the innovator of scanning for viruses in electronic mail. It was May 13, 1997 when Trend Micro initiated litigation in a Northern California Federal District Court against Network Associates for infringing on a patent (Registration No. 5,623,600), seeking an injunction on production, sale, maintenance and support services of the products in violation as well as monetary damages. In Read More...
Intel Chip Shortage Continuing
Intel Corporation has yet again been unable to meet the shipment requirements of a major PC manufacturer. This time it is Dell, one of Intel's strongest allies.

micro  an opening for Advanced Micro Devices to gain parity. After Intel muscled AMD out of Gateway through price cuts (See TEC News Analysis article: Gateway Drops AMD ), it only took them about three months to blow the deal (See TEC News Analysis article: Gateway, Jilted by Intel, Kisses and Makes Up with AMD ). Compound this with the bad press from the delays for the Coppermine chip, and the Rambus fiasco , and Intel starts looking vulnerable. But for Intel, like Scarlett O'Hara, there's always Tara, Read More...

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