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Why Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses?
A major “issue” (a/k/a bug) has been uncovered in Windows 2000 Server. A consulting firm has found that administrators cannot add more than 51 IP addresses

os commerce  heralding it as the OS for the enterprise, for e-commerce, etc. Microsoft apparently calls this an issue , not a bug, which begs the question: what does it take for Microsoft to qualify something as a bug? What this points to is inadequate testing/QA (quality assurance) of the software, which often results from excessive schedule pressure due to delays. A word on behalf of Microsoft: Microsoft says it has shipped a million copies of Windows 2000 already, although there is no breakdown of server vs. Read More...
Compaq's Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega?
Compaq's powerful Alpha processor is reaching a crucial juncture - will Compaq expend the effort necessary for it to challenge Intel's dominance, or is it

os commerce  Computing VMS: DEC/Compaq proprietary OS SPEC: Performance benchmark rating system TPC, TPC-C and tpmC: Transaction Processing Performance Council and its performance rating system 24x7: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Win64: 64-bit Windows NT SDK: Software Development Kit ISV: Independent Software Vendor eBay: Online auction house, recently experiencing uptime problems AIM: Yet another performance rater PowerPC: CPU formerly produced by Motorola Read More...
EXE Latest Vendor to Join IBM Supply Chain Club
IBM and EXE Technologies today announced a global strategic relationship in which the two vendors will provide supply chain customers with integrated solutions

os commerce  testing on Windows 2000 OS and server platforms, its NT based version is less mature, and these users should consider other options, such as IMI's VIVALDI components. Read More...
SAP - A Humble Giant From The Reality Land? Part 1: Alliances
During its international e-business conference, SAPPHIRE, SAP displayed a bullish attitude, contradicting the current market malaise. Expanding outside its

os commerce  the market impact of those announcements, the challenges SAP faces, and user recommendations. Part Five will contain links to the previous parts. Alliances and Partnerships  Striving to shed the image of a stodgy, partnership-unfriendly behemoth, SAP has announced a number of alliances, including: IBM Corporation Palm, Inc. Commerce One Alliance with IBM Possibly the most remarkable was an expansion of the long-standing global strategic alliance with IBM Corporation (NYSE: IBM). SAP and IBM are Read More...
Oh, Right. E-commerce is About Buying and Selling, Isn’t It?
VerticalNet will acquire the capability to add state-of-the-art digital marketplaces to its collection of vertically oriented content sites.

os commerce  individuals and companies in those industries can only find increased value once effective digital marketplaces are added. A company wanting to launch its own open vertical marketplace will have to ask whether increased capabilities at VerticalNet will be a threat to them. We don't believe so - we feel that in most industries there are opportunities for competing vertical marketplaces at this time, although we suspect that in the long run most of these segments will support no more than one or two. Read More...
Commerce One and Adexa Build Castles in the Air
Leading e-commerce vendor Commerce One recently announced an alliance with B2B collaboration vendor Adexa. Though in its early stages, the alliance has strong

os commerce  mitigated somewhat by the possibility that Adexa has worked out some of the integration issues between its portals and its supply chain planning applications, experience that will be helpful as it and Commerce One get down to business. One incentive for Commerce One and Adexa to make good on their alliance is the proliferation of competitive alliances, the largest threat being the recently announced megalliance of IBM, Ariba, and i2. Internally, Adexa and Commerce One have built other incentives that Read More...
Why Demandware Is Out in Front in the Digital Commerce Sector
Whether you call it e-commerce, e-retailing, digital commerce, or something else entirely, there is a veritable revolution going on in the internet commerce

os commerce  be a seamless experience across channels. Demandware has been particularly assertive about tackling this, developing from a SaaS newcomer in 2004 into a leading omni-channel cloud-based digital commerce platform that is at the center of three major sectors: retail, digital commerce, and cloud computing. Demandware helps retailers design, implement, and manage customized digital commerce sites, with significant focus on the omni-channel experience, merchant empowerment, and the endless aisle. What Makes Read More...
Click Commerce Acquires Allegis
Click Commerce, a provider of partner relationship management (PRM) software for the Global 2000 companies, announced it reached an agreement in principle to

os commerce  will reinforce its leadership position in the PRM market, extend its product offering, and broaden its reach into new vertical and geographic markets. Click Commerce provides configurable software solutions aimed at enabling global corporations to improve relationships and operational efficiencies within their distribution channels through online commerce, channel management, and partner relationship management. Corporations such as Black & Decker , Delphi , Emerson , Equistar , Kawasaki , Lubrizol , Mits Read More...
IBM Emptoris v10, Smarter Commerce, and Strategic Sourcing
Emptoris has been part of IBM for about 20 months, and we’re coming up on the close of its first full fiscal year under the IBM label. Since the acquisition

os commerce  coming up on the close of its first full fiscal year under the IBM label. Since the acquisition, IBM has been integrating Emptoris into its three-year-old Smarter Commerce conception (Emptoris was known to have had some 750 employees at the time of acquisition, but IBM will not disclose the number of employees now associated with it). This has included passing the reins from former CEO Patrick Quirk to longtime IBM Software Group veteran Roque Martin, who previously worked on the integration of Sterling Read More...
GXS Acquires HAHT Commerce for More Synchronized Retail B2B Data Part One: Event Summary
GXS, a business to business e-commerce pioneer, announced its acquisition of channel management specialist HAHT Commerce. However, despite a good complementary

os commerce  share, and saving the costs of economy of scale -based product, might be the recent merger of two players in the business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce arena, which claim that the rationale for their merger is to provide a more comprehensive solution for accommodating increasingly global business relationships. Namely, on January 15, Global eXchange Services , Inc. ( GXS , www.gxs.com ), the large, privately-held B2B e-commerce software, services, and solutions pioneer, which operates one of the largest Read More...
Altrec Takes E-commerce to Extremes
Altrec is a startup E-commerce website that takes aim on the upscale outdoor recreation market. In this interview Altrec's CTO discusses the initial technology

os commerce  information and entertainment for those with an interest in outdoor activities. Interview This interview with David P. Geller, Altrec's CTO, was conducted by TEC's Penny Catz. Mr. Geller was previously Director of News & Entertainment Engineering at Starwave Corporation He has experience in engineering large-scale, high-traffic, complex Internet sites and applications. His accomplishments include engineering oversight of ABCNews.com, TheStreet.com, ESPN SportZone, NBA.com, NFL.com, Nascar.com, OutsideOnli Read More...
Sage Partners with Yola to Offer Integrated E-commerce Solution for SMBs
Sage North America has teamed up with Yola, Inc. to offer an integrated e-commerce solution for SMBs. Yola is based in San Francisco and helps SMBs establish an

os commerce  presence with Web sites, hosting services, search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM) tools, and social media integrations. The integrated e-commerce solution offered by Sage and Yola is powered by Sage Payment Solutions, which is the payment division for Sage. The solution can then be linked to back-end and front-end accounting and ERP solutions offered by Sage. Yola is a cutting-edge website builder and services provider with a robust e-commerce solution, said Greg Hammermaster, Read More...
Macromedia Shocks with Flashy E-commerce Plans
Macromedia, best known for its Shockwave and Flash technologies that bring animation to the browser, has announced a sweeping series of moves to make it a

os commerce  exceeds the capabilities of Microsoft's clumsy Visual InterDev 6.0 for creating database-driven Web sites. Grabbing Andromedia's personalization tools for $275 million in Macromedia stock, just before Andromedia was set to complete its initial stock offering estimated to net the company $48 million, makes strong statements about Macromedia's vision. It's not quite accurate to paraphrase Mark Twain by saying that everybody talks about personalization, but nobody does anything about it. However, Read More...
PeopleSoft - Are Business Intelligence and e-Commerce Enough?
PeopleSoft is currently developing the PeopleSoft Business Network (PSBN), which should incorporate business transactions, knowledge and analytical tools within

os commerce  training, and consulting (see enclosed charts). By the end of 1998 the Company had licensed system installations to approx. 3000 customers worldwide. PeopleSoft has offices in 18 countries and over 6,600 employees. The Company's revenue primarily comes from US and Canadian markets (approx. 86%). Fig. 1 Vendor Strengths Regarded as one of the best and the most comprehensive HRMS applications available, particularly in terms of user friendliness, flexibility and speed of implementation, with a continued Read More...

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