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VA Linux Releases NAS Server
Trying to break into the growing Network-Attached Storage market, Linux-based hardware manufacturer VA Linux has announced the release of its 9205 NAS storage server appliance.

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9/26/2000

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 VS 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

Just One Hop Away From San Jose
Cisco Systems, Inc. has acquired a Manufacturing Facility in New Hampshire.

SAN VS NAS: One Hop Away From San Jose Just One Hop Away From San Jose G. Duhaime - May 30, 2000 Read Comments G. Duhaime - May 30, 2000 Event Summary Chelmsford, MA-Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) has reached an agreement to purchase the vacant Compaq/Digital Systems facility in Salem, NH. This facility consists of 110 acres and a manufacturing/office facility of 674,000 square feet. This New England Manufacturing Center ties in with Cisco Systems plans to develop a strong presence inside New England. Earlier this
5/30/2000

Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group
Quantum Corporation, recently acquired by Maxtor, will divest itself of its server appliance subsidiary, renaming it Snap Appliances, Inc. Snap Appliances will now attempt to compete on its own in the growing Network-Attached Storage market.

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11/8/2000

Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRPPart Two: Challenges and User Recommendations
While lean/flow leverages practices to stay ahead of actual demand, traditional approaches better coordinate secondary, back-office systems like accounting and HR. Moreover, flow should be a company-wide strategy that impacts more than manufacturing.

SAN VS NAS: Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - January 15, 2004 Read Comments Challenges Still, while some tout that flow manufacturing principles can be implemented successfully, regardless of the industry, type of manufacturing environment, or product volumes, the concept has not been everything to all people
1/15/2004

CMMS vs EAM: What Is the Difference?
Every enterprise asset management (EAM) application can be used as a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), but not every CMMS can be used as, or has the broad functionality of, an EAM application. More specifically, CMMS is essentially about managing maintenance work necessary to sustain an asset, whereas EAM has more to do with managing the asset over its lifecycle to minimize cost and risk while maximizing return. This white paper explores how CMMS applications and EAM applications drive value.

SAN VS NAS: CMMS vs EAM: What Is the Difference? CMMS vs EAM: What Is the Difference? Source: IFS Document Type: White Paper Description: Every enterprise asset management (EAM) application can be used as a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), but not every CMMS can be used as, or has the broad functionality of, an EAM application. More specifically, CMMS is essentially about managing maintenance work necessary to sustain an asset, whereas EAM has more to do with managing the asset over its lifecycle to
2/22/2013 4:52:00 PM

The Three V s of Big Data
Big data is currently garnering a tremendous amount of attention, and thought leaders often point to three key attributes: volume, velocity, and variety. The analysis of these three key attributes can be extended into understanding what big data means to the financial planning and analysis function. This article identifies the technology developments converging to create the big data rush and examines how the financial planning function is impacted by volume, velocity, and variety of data.

SAN VS NAS: big data, financial planning, performance management, effective planning.
7/10/2013 10:00:00 AM

“Act Vertical” vs. “Go Extinct” Retailers – Part 2 » The TEC Blog


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09-04-2009

CRM for Manufacturing vs. Regular CRM » The TEC Blog


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15-09-2009

TEC Helps San Carlos Select New ERP Solution
San Carlos is one of the largest sugar cane plantations and sugar mills in Ecuador and has a number of sister companies, including a distillery, a paper mill, and a recycling plant. San Carlos needed an enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that could support all of these organizations. San Carlos turned to Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) for expert help with its ERP selection and with mapping its varied business processes.

SAN VS NAS: TEC Helps San Carlos Select New ERP Solution TEC Helps San Carlos Select New ERP Solution Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: Case Study Description: San Carlos is one of the largest sugar cane plantations and sugar mills in Ecuador and has a number of sister companies, including a distillery, a paper mill, and a recycling plant. San Carlos needed an enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that could support all of these organizations. San Carlos turned to Technology Evaluation
7/23/2012 4:01:00 PM

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 VS 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


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