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Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena
Dell Computer Corp. has announced that it is taking orders for its new Webpc, Dell's first product from its Web Products Group, and its first foray into the

name tag printers  - having the Dell name on a product will draw customers away from the smaller internet appliance vendors. If/when HP and IBM deliver their appliance products, this will temporarily increase market diversification, followed by consolidation as customers gravitate to the bigger names. This product is geared more toward the consumer market than the business market, by virtue of the iMac-like colors. We do not envision corporate customers purchasing the Webpc just because they must have a Napa Purple Read More...
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A warehouse management system (WMS) should provide database and user-level tools in order for a company to optimize its storage facilities while at the same time providing user level task direction...
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IBM Netfinity Server Division
IBM’s Intel-based Netfinity servers currently hold third place in the server wars with Dell and Compaq. What are their chances for improving their position?

name tag printers  30s were, as its name suggests, business machines such as tabulators/calculators and typewriters. IBM's first calculating computer the Mark 1, was developed in 1944, but it was not until the 1950s and 1960s that IBM became more fully involved in computer production, eventually becoming the preeminent computer manufacturer in the world. The System/360 (released in 1964) is widely considered to be the computer which established IBM's leadership and its dominant position. Since the System/360, IBM has Read More...
How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game-And Won
As a supplier to Wal-Mart, appliance manufacturer Haier America was required to implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system. To satisfy

name tag printers  to become a household name in America. Haier recently implemented an RFID tagging system to meet new Wal-Mart requirements for select vendors. The company partnered with VAI (Vormittag Associates, Inc.) to develop the solution. Challenges While researching RFID technology and the various products on the market, Haier recognized that RFID implementation had the potential to be a massive undertaking or a simple label-and-ship process. Haier simultaneously recognized that, over time, the requirement for Read More...
IBM Cognos Express: Easy BI?
On Monday, IBM gave me a sneak peek of its new business analytics software tool for midsized clients. The name of the new product is Cognos Express, and IBM’s

name tag printers  midsized clients . The name of the new product is Cognos Express , and IBM’s press release says it’s an “all-in-one business intelligence and planning solution designed specifically for midsized clients.” Designed and priced for midsized companies and derived from the original IBM Cognos software, Cognos Express is composed of a set of modules delivered in a preconfigured solution: Express Reporter, Express Advisor, and Express Xcelerator, all managed by a centralized administration and data Read More...
10 Strategies for Choosing a Mid-market ERP Solution
For a midsized company, finding the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is a tall order@but that’s not always a bad thing. Now, big-name vendors are

name tag printers  enterprise-resource-management space are big-name vendors now hawking ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions. Oracle Corp., Microsoft and to some degree SAP are now barreling down on smaller companies that are contemplating an ERP move. Naturally, vendors that have long catered to midsized enterprises are reacting to the entry of these giants. With a little savvy, midsized companies can make this new market dynamic work to their advantage. To leverage new realities of the midmarket ERP sector, Read More...
DNS Best Practices
Domain name system (DNS) best practices are becoming more standardized. However, DNS services are often overlooked simply because they are so commonplace. The

name tag printers  Best Practices Domain name system (DNS) best practices are becoming more standardized. However, DNS services are often overlooked simply because they are so commonplace. The result is poorly configured services that are either not fully functional, or easily compromised. To ensure that the Internet remains a reliable medium for information and commerce, further implementation of secure and efficient DNS will be required. Read More...
Is 'Sage' Wiser And Better Than 'Best'?
The two small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market segment leaders seem to have somewhat different strategies going forward (despite inevitable watching over each

name tag printers  use of the Sage name and brand in North America, enabling the company to better leverage its worldwide strengths. Part one of the Is Sage Wiser and Better than Best ? series. Sage's Name Conundrum Sage lost the ability to use its own name in North America in 2001, when it lost a court fight to Quick Technologies Inc ., the small Dallas, Texas (US)-based company that claimed ownership of the Sage name in the region. As a result, Sage had to subsequently and for the time being, adopt the name Best Read More...
Razorfish Wants to Get its Name Out on Broadband
Razorfish is positioned to expand, but at what price? Razorfish faces challenges in organization, image, and perceived capabilities. How well Razorfish

name tag printers  Wants to Get its Name Out on Broadband Razorfish Wants to Get its Name Out on Broadband E. Robins - March 30th, 2000 Vendor Genesis Razorfish, Inc. (NASDAQ: RAZF) was founded by Jeffrey Dachis and Craig Kanarick in 1994, and has evolved into a Digital Business Service Provider (DBSP). It was Dachis's second creation following In Your Face Inc. , a self-described 'guerilla marketing events firm'. Razorfish describes itself as is an international digital communications solutions provider, and goes under Read More...
eMachines to Ship Appliance
eMachines, the computer company that made its name on low-priced desktop models, has stepped into the Internet appliance ring with its 'MSN Companion' system.

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The move to IFRS and XBRL
IFRS is an accounting standard dealing with global financial reporting. XBRL is an electronic language describing financial data according to global standards

name tag printers  name. In XBRL, that name is called a tag name, or tag. That tag name is identical in name and use for every financial statement produced by an adherent of the IFRS. The XBRL standard goes beyond financial statements to include common types of financial documents, such as remittances, invoices, EDI documents, payroll, and more. The major benefactors: governments, for which annual personal and corporate income taxes can be filed electronically, saving thousands of hours of manual transcription work Read More...
ManagedOps.com - 13 Years and 93,000 Square Feet
New Hampshire’s “Taylor Group” changes its name, builds a 93,000 square foot data center and lays out a plan to leverage 13 years of application experience to

name tag printers  Hampshire, recently changed its name to ManagedOps.com and secured $50 million in first-round financing. The investment will help accelerate the expansion of the company as it pursues an Application Service Provider business model. Dan Taylor started The Taylor Group in 1987 after he purchased a copy of Insight, (a popular accounting package at the time) taught himself how to use it, and set out to work with computer retailers, providing consultant and training services to companies that purchased Read More...
Radio Frequency Identification Implementation: The First Steps
Phase one of the four phase approach to a successful radio frequency identification implementation consists of several essential steps, including the careful

name tag printers  Frequency Identification Implementation: The First Steps As part of our ongoing series on radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation (please see Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? and A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey ), the introductory phase of implementing an RFID system will be explained, including the selection of proper RFID business partners and the setting up of the development environment and label placement. Phase One: Getting Started Read More...
Service Parts Planning for Maintenance Management
Whether you have a small network with a couple of printers and a fax machine, or a sophisticated shop floor using robots, cranes, etc., you have to make sure

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NavisionDamgaard Reverts To Navision, But In Name Only
Recent product releases and a profitable quarterly report from Navision, a recently merger-formed and rebranded Danish provider of enterprise business solutions

name tag printers  To Navision, But In Name Only NavisionDamgaard Reverts To Navision, But In Name Only P.J. Jakovljevic - July 6, 2001 Event Summary On June 19, Navision Canada, a subsidiary of Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, announced the planned release of multi-language versions 2.60 for Navision Manufacturing , Navision Financials and Navision Advanced Distribution . Navision 2.60 includes both English and Canadian French language versions, allowing Read More...

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