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RFID - Myth versus Reality
The hype around the adoption of RFID as the 'hot new technology' continues. The reality is that RFID, despite the fact that this is a relatively mature technology, is still far from mainstream.

SAN VERSUS NAS: RFID - Myth versus Reality RFID - Myth versus Reality Carla Reed - June 28, 2005 Read Comments Introduction The hype around the adoption of RFID as the hot new technology continues—this is evidenced by the proliferation of trade shows, media events, and other magnets for those in the know and those looking to learn more. One of the recent events—RFID Live, hosted by the RFID Business Journal in Chicago in April—was reminiscent of the techno buzz and media fest of the late 1990s—the days of the
6/28/2005

Message to ERP Vendors: Honesty versus Glitz » The TEC Blog
see bio ) , Ahsan Haque   It’s a bit surprising that sales teams from some ERP vendors are still under the impression that simply wining and dining a customer is enough to win a sale. It’s this type of hubris that can cost vendors entire projects. Recently, I was helping with a customer’s software evaluation and selection process. Yes, we have products and solutions that extend beyond the simple self-service tool usage we offer on our website. For this project, TEC was brought onboard to help

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02-10-2007

Spyware versus Viruses
Spyware versus Viruses. Get Free White Papers Associated with Spyware versus Viruses. At first glance, spyware and computer viruses appear to have much in common. But in fact, spyware is a unique challenge. Unlike viruses, the motivation behind spyware is financial, which has driven rapid technical innovation and broad distribution. The first line of defense is education; understanding the unique threat spyware poses is the first step in a plan for protection.

SAN VERSUS NAS: range from being a nuisance to infl icting serious damage. They are also both programs that require specialized tools for their removal. And while these two different types of malicious programs might closely resemble each another at fi rst glimpse, there are signifi cant differences: Unlike viruses, the motivations behind spyware are fi nancial, which has driven rapid technical innovation and broad distribution. Spyware is curiously diffi cult to locate for research, requiring specialized, proactive
5/15/2006 11:24:00 AM

Managing Trees versus Managing Grass » The TEC Blog
able to grow a thousand times the amount (if not more) of grass. This situation is similar to the difference between the industries (such as aerospace and automotive) in which the PLM methodology originated, and the industries (such as fashion and retail) in which the PLM methodology has received increasing attention during the past few years. Product Structure: Complicated versus Simple A tree has numerous branches and leaves. So do products such as airplanes, automobiles, and industrial equipment; its

SAN VERSUS NAS: apparel, fashion, footwear, merchandise lifecycle management, MLM, plm, product lifecycle management, retail, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
02-10-2009

SQL Server Technical Briefing
Deployments and Tests in an iSCSI SAN. Templates and Other Package to Use In Your Dynamic System Related to Deployments and Tests in an iSCSI SAN. iSCSI storage area networks (SANs) offer an alternative for building SANs. Consolidating storage in a SAN offers storage management and scaling benefits for data centers, and iSCSI support in Windows Server 2003 makes connecting servers to an iSCSI SAN easier and more affordable. Read this technical briefing to understand best practices and the benefits of using an iSCSI SAN with SQL Server 2005.

SAN VERSUS NAS: Consolidating storage in a SAN offers storage management and scaling benefits for data centers, and iSCSI support in Windows Server 2003 makes connecting servers to an iSCSI SAN easier and more affordable. Read this technical briefing to understand best practices and the benefits of using an iSCSI SAN with SQL Server 2005. SQL Server Technical Briefing style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Emulation and Virtualization Source:
10/15/2007 9:49:00 AM

EAM versus CMMS: What s Right for Your Company
This article looks at where computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) end and enterprise asset management (EAM) takes over, focusing on features and functionality of EAM software. It also compares CMMS and EAM software and explores the two key differentiators.

SAN VERSUS NAS: EAM versus CMMS: What s Right for Your Company EAM versus CMMS: What s Right for Your Company Joe Strub and P.J. Jakovljevic - August 24, 2009 Read Comments Enterprise asset management (EAM) software and computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) continue to grab headlines as a realistic way to reduce expenses and increase revenues. For one, maintaining an adequate level of repair and service parts inventory based on forecasted equipment usage can prevent already-limited funds from being
8/24/2009

The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs
Functionality comparisons for different enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules from different vendors often leads to unbalanced disparities among their approaches, which in turn makes it hard to properly evaluate the solution. On the other hand, a process-oriented ERP system is much easier to evaluate, and its degree of match with company needs is visible from the beginning.

SAN VERSUS NAS: The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs The Advantage of Process Oriented versus Modular Structured ERPs Source: iLatina B2B Business Services Document Type: White Paper Description: Functionality comparisons for different enterprise resource planning (ERP) modules from different vendors often leads to unbalanced disparities among their approaches, which in turn makes it hard to properly evaluate the solution. On the other hand, a process-oriented ERP system is much easier to
6/22/2006 3:29:00 PM

Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management
Business process analysis (BPA) vendors are trying to enter the business process management (BPM) market by marketing themselves as BPM solutions. This article discusses the differences between BPA and BPM vendors, and examines the benefits of each.

SAN VERSUS NAS: Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management Hans Mercx - October 9, 2006 Read Comments Talking to end users reveals that there is confusion in the market regarding business process analysis (BPA) and business process management (BPM) suites. Vendors use the term BPM in a very broad way, but what are really the differences between BPA and BPM, and where does BPM come from? BPM in the Early Stages In the 1980s, organizations used
10/9/2006

Simplifying SAN Scalability through Stackable Switches
Small to medium businesses (SMBs) must adapt to technology innovations as well as the demand-driven consumer market. The need for small computer system interfaces (SCSIs) on each server host, along with enhanced security needs have driven SMB costs upwards. Is there a solution? Yes. Storage area networks (SANs) built on stackable switches help reduce costs, and are a viable approach for SMBs.

SAN VERSUS NAS: Simplifying SAN Scalability through Stackable Switches Simplifying SAN Scalability through Stackable Switches Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: Case Study Description: Small to medium businesses (SMBs) must adapt to technology innovations as well as the demand-driven consumer market. The need for small computer system interfaces (SCSIs) on each server host, along with enhanced security needs have driven SMB costs upwards. Is there a solution? Yes. Storage area networks (SANs) built on stackable
9/13/2007 3:13:00 PM

HP says When in Doubt, Buy It Out for Server Appliances
HP to sell Procom's server appliances.

SAN VERSUS NAS: users will find a SAN more appropriate for their needs, especially for things like database systems. For those users who realize they need NAS, this announcement bears scrutiny. As with most new things, users should proceed with caution. Although HP s support gives ProCom instant credibility, it remains to be seen whether their products provide significant advantages over those of Network Appliance (NetApp). Pricing for ProCom s current line is similar to NetApp s, so significant performance benefits
2/2/2000

Reducing TCO with SAN Consolidation
Are ever-increasing demands for data accessibility causing your storage area network (SAN) to stretch beyond its limits? And as you consider various solutions, are you concerned that your IT budget is being stretched too thin? Put those worries to rest: SAN consolidation solutions can extend the life of your SAN—and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO).

SAN VERSUS NAS: Reducing TCO with SAN Consolidation Reducing TCO with SAN Consolidation Source: QLogic Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Are ever-increasing demands for data accessibility causing your storage area network (SAN) to stretch beyond its limits? And as you consider various solutions, are you concerned that your IT budget is being stretched too thin? Put those worries to rest: SAN consolidation solutions can extend the life of your SAN—and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). Reducing
9/6/2007 4:58:00 PM


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