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The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 1
As the era of traditional telephony draws to a close, the doors to the next generation in communications open. Chapter 1 of this 4-part e-book discusses

replacement windows and doors  system that initially delivers replacement functionality and eventually adds important strategic functions. The shift to the multi-media phase is characterized by a new, fresh commitment to traditional telephony characteristics, such as reliability, security, and fraud control and customized services deployment. In addition, desirable new aspects—such as a multi-media focus—will be available on a large scale. All of this must be taken into account in the planning and assessment phase. It can also not Read More...
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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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RedPrairie Makes a Smart Turn into SaaS WMS
My attendance of RedPrairie Corporations’ RedShift 2010 user conference (for the first time ever) confirmed what I have long sensed about the company’s

replacement windows and doors  sell in a mature (replacement) market. The standing-room-only session on the upcoming enhancements in the 2010.1 release of RedPrairie’s E2e WM very quickly had me lost with all its full-pallet and case picking, packing, task interleaving, labor management, and whatnot minutia, but I could certainly discern the power of the product, and appreciate why minor details will decide in each prospective WM selection between RedPrairie and Manhattan Associates (and perhaps Infor SCM, CDC Catalyst , and Read More...
Customization Drives Complexity - Why It's Hard to Design, Sell, and Produce
It seems counterintuitive, but the process of selling, designing, and producing what appear to be

replacement windows and doors  For example, a vinyl replacement window seems like a simple product. But this seemingly simple product can be sold in multiple widths, heights, materials, and colors. It can be produced with different types of glass and sold with multiple styles of grids to provide desired decorative effects. When all of the possible options are considered together, the number of window configurations seems infinite. Developing quotes for products with this level of customization requires an understanding of which Read More...
GNOME Will Try to Buff Up Linux
In its fight to catch up to Windows for desktop mindshare and market share, Linux has received a boost from the Gnome Foundation and a number of key systems

replacement windows and doors  Will Try to Buff Up Linux GNOME Will Try to Buff Up Linux R. Krause - September 8, 2000 Event Summary In August at LinuxWorld, the GNOME project announced five major initiatives aimed at delivering an industry-wide open user environment. These initiatives are: To establish the GNOME user environment as the unifying desktop for the Linux and Unix communities. Adoption of OpenOffice.org technologies for integration into GNOME. Integration of the Mozilla browser technology into GNOME. Industry leaders Read More...
HBA Virtualization Technologies for Windows OS Environments
“Virtualization” may be a mature concept—but it has by no means stopped evolving. Keen on keeping on top of every new development in virtualization solutions

replacement windows and doors  Virtualization Technologies for Windows OS Environments “Virtualization” may be a mature concept—but it has by no means stopped evolving. Keen on keeping on top of every new development in virtualization solutions? Don’t get left behind! Learn about the next generation of host bus adaptor (HBA) virtualization technologies and how they can help you consolidate underused servers, support legacy applications, and ease disaster and recovery planning. Read More...
Supply Chain Management Systems for Service and Replacement Parts: Players, Benefits, and User Recommendations
Improved service management boosts revenue from both service offerings and new product sales, while improved customer service and enhanced offerings increase

replacement windows and doors  Systems for Service and Replacement Parts: Players, Benefits, and User Recommendations Who Are The Players? The differences between new parts production supply chain and service and replacement parts supply chain are significant. Companies using conventional supply chain management (SCM) methods to track their service and replacement parts supply are failing to grasp the special needs of the aftermarket. Further , one can even differentiate between the inventory optimization approaches of new production Read More...
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

replacement windows and doors  Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses? Why Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses? R. Krause - April 25th, 2000 Event Summary (03/31/00, 10:23 a.m. ET) The first major bug in Windows 2000 Server has been reported. This bug deals with the ability of an administrator to add IP address to servers configured as domain controllers. The bug, as reproduced by Computer Reseller News, limits the number of IP addresses an administrator can add to approximately 50. Without a remedy, this bug can create Read More...
Mortice Kern Systems Goes Vertical (Sky, that is)
Mortice Kern Systems (MKS), long known for their expertise in porting UNIX environments (for instance, a Korn Shell or a CGI script) to native Windows NT and

replacement windows and doors  Kern Systems Goes Vertical (Sky, that is) Mortice Kern Systems Goes Vertical (Sky, that is) M. Reed - September 14, 2000 Event Summary Mortice Kern Systems (MKS), long known for their expertise in porting UNIX environments (for instance, a Korn Shell (KSH) script or a CGI script) to native Windows NT and Windows 2000, and supporting the full POSIX.2 specification, has expanded into the world of e-business. They have created a new wholly owned subsidiary called Vertical Sky, which is marketing a Read More...
Prophet 21
Prophet 21 enterprise software solution for wholesale distribution, utilizes a Windows-based platform and a Structured Query Language (SQL) Server database

replacement windows and doors  21 Prophet 21 enterprise software solution for wholesale distribution, utilizes a Windows-based platform and a Structured Query Language (SQL) Server database. This technology gives Prophet 21the familiarity of other Windows programs and can shorten the learning curve for new users. Prophet 21 includes the following functionality: order management, which features one-screen quote and order entry, customer relationship management (CRM), and pricing and availability features; inventory management, Read More...
Managing Platform Transition from Novell NetWare to Microsoft Windows
Novell has made it clear to its NetWare customers that they must begin planning for transition. However, there is no guarantee that its customers will stay the

replacement windows and doors  Platform Transition from Novell NetWare to Microsoft Windows Novell has made it clear to its NetWare customers that they must begin planning for transition. However, there is no guarantee that its customers will stay the Novell course. Few observers would disagree that many of those transitioning from NetWare will be moving to Microsoft. But operating system platform changes are no picnic—even in the most standard of environments. Read More...
Skybot Software
Skybot Software™ is the developer of Skybot Scheduler™, an enterprise automation software for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers. Skybot Scheduler

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Gosh, There’s a Bug in Windows 98
There’s a system security hole that can crash your Windows 95 or 98 system. How long has it taken Microsoft to fix it? Three months and counting.

replacement windows and doors  There’s a Bug in Windows 98 Event Summary 10 March 2000 (PCWeek) Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) today admitted it found out months ago that there is a hole in its Windows 95 and 98 operating systems that leads to system crashes, yet decided the problem wasn't serious enough to warrant alerting customers or issuing a patch. The problem arises when a user goes to a Web page or opens a Web-based e-mail message that contains a hidden string of characters that instructs the computer to use DOS commands Read More...
The Multiple of Multi-platform KVM Technologies
New standards, protocols, and platforms to support the data center continually appear: TCP/IP, Telnet, SSL, PPP, USB, MacOS, Linux, and Windows 2003 servers@the

replacement windows and doors  Multiple of Multi-platform KVM Technologies New standards, protocols, and platforms to support the data center continually appear: TCP/IP, Telnet, SSL, PPP, USB, MacOS, Linux, and Windows 2003 servers—the list goes on. All offer flexibility, standardization, and compatibility. But they also pose challenges, such as silos of information and limited access from applications on other platforms. But data center infrastructure needs to be centrally managed—discover how. Read More...
21st Century Fox Hunt - US vs. Microsoft
Next Generation Windows Services? How about Next Generation Microsoft? We outline how the ongoing legal delays will undermine the new Microsoft.NET initiative

replacement windows and doors  Century Fox Hunt - US vs. Microsoft 21st Century Fox Hunt - US vs. Microsoft C. McNulty - July 28, 2000 Event Summary Washington DC - 20 June 2000 Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issued an order certifying the Microsoft case for direct review by the Supreme Court. Microsoft has argued for taking the case initially to the Federal Appeals Court in Washington, D.C. Market Impact There's been a lot of recent scholarship regarding the Microsoft antitrust case, and what each new development means ( Judge Read More...
No Back Doors. No Open Windows.
To boot or pre-boot, that is the question. There’s no doubt that operating systems (OSs) are complicated given the sheer amount of code that must be flawlessly

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