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“Whistler” Beta on the Web?
Source code for a future Microsoft OS, code-named “Whistler”, mysteriously appeared on the Internet in mid-March. How did it get there? Does it matter? And why does Microsoft management keep making statements that are later retracted?

of environmental regulations on  Allchin, the vice president of Microsoft s Platforms Group. Less than a week earlier, Allchin denied that source code for Whistler , the future consumer-focused version of Windows, had appeared on the Internet at the Active Windows website (http://www.activewin.com). Whoops! Now he says it really is/was on the Internet, and MS is investigating the incident to see how the code got to Active Windows in the first place. Market Impact The immediate impact to the marketplace is minimal. What is more Read More...
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Infor Decides on TDCI CPQ
At the Inforum 2013 user conference, Infor announced it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent to acquire longstanding partner TDCI Inc. Financial terms of the proposed transaction were not being disclosed and the parties expect to complete the transaction within thirty days (subject to some due diligence conditions). Based in Columbus, Ohio, TDCI is a provider of configurator and

of environmental regulations on  into a non-binding letter of intent to  acquire longstanding partner TDCI Inc .  Financial terms of the proposed transaction were not being disclosed and the parties expect to complete the transaction within thirty days (subject to some due diligence conditions). Based in Columbus, Ohio, TDCI is a provider of configurator and guided selling solutions for manufacturers and distributors of customizable products and services. TDCI’s BuyDesign product configuration management applications helps about 400 Read More...
Amazon receives SAP HANA on AWS
During SAP’s TechEd event in Las Vegas, SAP announced that in an agreement with Amazon, SAP HANA can be used on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud and will be available immediately via the AWS Marketplace as an offering called SAP HANA One.<!--more--> SAP HANA One will allow users to deploy productive instances of SAP HANA using AWS, with memory capacity of up to 60 GB of RAM per instance

of environmental regulations on  to deploy productive instances of SAP HANA using AWS, with memory capacity of up to 60 GB of RAM per instance, enabling companies of almost any size to deploy SAP HANA instances at affordable prices and with the power of SAP HANA’s in-memory capabilities. Andy Jassy, Senior Vice President, Amazon Web Services, stated: Today we’re extending the relationship to provide customers quick access to powerful software for their real-time business needs. For the first time, customers of any size can deploy Read More...
J.D. Edwards Closes Out Millennium on an Up Note
On December 1, J.D. Edwards & Company surprised Wall Street by returning to profitability in the fourth quarter, a sign the market may be turning around for J.D. Edwards as companies wrap up Y2K fixes and turn to implementing new software again.

of environmental regulations on  16% from Q498 revenue of $307.1M. Profits for the recent quarter, which ended October 31, were $3.8M, a 90% slide from last year s fourth-quarter profits of $37.7M. But it was the first time J.D. Edwards has posted a profit after a string of losing quarters. The company s license fee revenue for Q499 was $101M, compared to $143.5M in Q498. Services accounted for $156.6M in revenue, compared to $163.6M for the same period last year. For the year, revenue was $944.2M, a dismal 1% increase from last year s Read More...
Security Begins on Your Desktop
The documents, spreadsheets, databases and other files on the personal computers used to conduct business are corporate assets. It cost money to create them and that investment should be protected. Additionally, companies have both competitive and legal obligations to assure that such data is kept private and secure. Many companies and most people are unaware of the obligation and potential threats.

of environmental regulations on  you impact the productivity of others in the company? Are you sure that no one else on your corporate network can access the files on your machine? How about when you connect to the internet from home? From a client s site? Is your company providing the proper level of privacy and integrity controls over client and corporate data to satisfy contracts? Laws? The enterprise runs on data, and not all of it is in the repositories that are managed directly by the information technology departments. Studies Read More...
Is SSA GT Betting Infini(um)tely On Acquisitions?
What are the prospects for SSA GT’s mostly iSeries-based empire in the making, now that the revived ERP vendor has recently acquired three former competitors with their plethora of application products, and that it does not seem to be nearing the satiation point yet?

of environmental regulations on  that, during these days of general lethargy of the market, the rare upbeat pieces of news have been coming from some reformed traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors. These very vendors not that long ago exemplified failed business models, thus giving ammunition to some pundits to announce the obsolescence of ERP. A vendor that many have long considered gone south seems not only to be shyly coming back onto radar screens, but has rather noisily been re-creating a sort of an IBM eServer Read More...
Has Market Been Too Harsh On Great Plains?
On June 27, Great Plains Software, Inc., a leading mid-market provider of back-office and e-business solutions, announced financial results for the fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended May 31, 2000. Despite continued growth and profitability, the market reacted to the company’s results that were below analysts’ expectations by almost halving its market capitalization in a day!

of environmental regulations on   a leading mid-market provider of back-office and e-business solutions, announced financial results for the fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended May 31, 2000. Great Plains fourth quarter revenues increased 48% over the same period last fiscal year. Revenues for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000 were $59.6 million, a record level for the company, compared to $40.1 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 1999 (See Figure 1). Net income and diluted earnings per share for the fourth fiscal quarter, Read More...
Selecting a CMS Based on Ease of Use
Businesses have a wide range of offerings to choose from when it comes to content management systems (CMSs). Among the many CMS selection criteria, ease of use is the most important. The easier a system is to use, the more adoption it will gain within the organization—especially when content management is becoming recognized as a marketing platform instead of being driven solely by IT. Find out more.

of environmental regulations on  CMS Based on Ease of Use Selecting a CMS Based on Ease of Use Source: Telerik Document Type: White Paper Description: Businesses have a wide range of offerings to choose from when it comes to content management systems (CMSs). Among the many CMS selection criteria, ease of use is the most important. The easier a system is to use, the more adoption it will gain within the organization—especially when content management is becoming recognized as a marketing platform instead of being driven solely by IT. Read More...
Web Traffic Numbers Down? Don't Count On It!
News sources are reporting that September Web traffic was down. This seems to be a case of putting too much weight to too little data.

of environmental regulations on  announced its monthly survey of traffic on the Top Fifty At Home and At Work web site traffic ratings. The listings show traffic reports for individual web sites and for properties. A property represents all of the sites belonging to a particular company like Yahoo, AOL or Microsoft. Figure 1 shows the summary measurements from May through September. Figure 2 looks at the number of visitors in 1998 and 1999 for the same months. (Missing data points were not available from Media Metrix). Figure 3 Read More...
Interelate: More on Tap Than Apps
Interelate, a customer intelligence ASP, recently announced partnerships with infrastructure service provider LoudCloud and CRM analytics vendor E.piphany. These partnerships complement Interelate’s analytics expertise to provide new analytical CRM service offerings that promise to provide more value to organizations than simply hosted applications, or "apps on tap."

of environmental regulations on  platform. The offering consists of two components. The first is hosted applications from vendors such as E.piphany and Net Perceptions. The second is expert data cleansing and analysis so the data processed by the applications is actionable for the client. Interelate recently announced packaged services in three industry verticals for its Global 2000 clients: E-Commerce - A service designed to enhance customer acquisition and loyalty by attracting site traffic, segmenting registered users by value, and Read More...

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