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The Demo Crime Files!
This article is part of the continuing education all software demonstrators need to ensure their fundamental skills remain sharp. It points out three common “crimes” made in demonstrations, how to recognize them, and suggests alternative approaches.
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Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle
California based Tri Valley Growers (TVG) filed a $20 million lawsuit against Oracle, for Oracle's failure to fulfill its contract to modernize TVG's production and management systems using its enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications.
Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle P.J. Jakovljevic - March 6, 2000 Read Comments Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle P.J. Jakovljevic - March 6th, 2000 Event Summary On February 11, a US agricultural co-operative filed a $20 million lawsuit against Oracle, alleging fraud, negligent misrepresentation, malpractice, and breach of contract. California based Tri Valley Growers (TVG), which processes and markets its members fruit and
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CopyFILE Plug-in: Content Distribution Using PDF Files
Supplemental product or technical data is typically delivered separately from the information contained within portable document format (PDF) files. This can make it difficult for users to locate the additional content for download. With the CopyFILE plug-in application, however, companies can integrate supplemental product information by using links within a PDF file—thus allowing content to be easily distributed.
CopyFILE Plug-in: Content Distribution Using PDF Files CopyFILE Plug-in: Content Distribution Using PDF Files Source: Greiner Consulting Services Document Type: White Paper Description: Supplemental product or technical data is typically delivered separately from the information contained within portable document format (PDF) files. This can make it difficult for users to locate the additional content for download. With the CopyFILE plug-in application, however, companies can integrate supplemental
Death to PST Files
Because e-mail is a source of vital information, users are reluctant to delete old messages. To get around typical storage limits imposed by IT administrators, they often rely on Microsoft Outlook PST files that are stored on individual work stations instead of on a central server—a solution that carries serious risks. Find out what those risks are, and learn about e-mail archiving solutions that can help you avoid them.
Death to PST Files Death to PST Files Source: Symantec Document Type: White Paper Description: Because e-mail is a source of vital information, users are reluctant to delete old messages. To get around typical storage limits imposed by IT administrators, they often rely on Microsoft Outlook PST files that are stored on individual work stations instead of on a central server—a solution that carries serious risks. Find out what those risks are, and learn about e-mail archiving solutions that can help you
Centralizing Bank Connections
Electronic connections with corporate customers determine much of a bank’s competitive differentiation and cost structure. But many banks are held back by outdated file transfer systems, which make it difficult to reliably connect to clients and rapidly deliver new services. Learn how using a managed file transfer platform can help banks simplify data transfers, lower costs, and deliver compelling services to customers.
on Inovis to reliably send and receive purchase orders, synchronize data and manage exceptions in order to lower supply chain costs and get products to customers faster. Founded in 1983, the company is based in Atlanta, Georgia and has offices across the United States, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. For more information, please visit www.inovis.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Searches related to Centralizing Bank Connections : Digital Data Transmission | Data Transmission Media | Data Transmission
Resolving Image Exchange Issues
Managing product images is frustrating. Typically, images are not documented nor linked to the associated product information. Worse, suppliers and retailers rarely have a system to exchange images, forcing retailers to reshoot photos that suppliers already had. Learn how including product images in your data synchronization process helps make product information, including images, accessible to anyone who needs it.
current situation where suppliers send images to all retailers individually, shared data synchronization allows suppliers to save considerable time by uploading images once to make them available to all authorized retailers. Image storage is expensive. High resolution image files can be very large. Storing thousands of them can consume considerable disk space. In contrast, using a shared data synchronization service the image is stored once rather than redundantly on every supplier, distributor and
Bullet-proofing Instant Messaging
As more corporations adopt instant messaging (IM), chief information officers (CIOs) and IT managers are learning that it can be a serious source of liability and security exposure. Users, it seems, simply don’t understand the losses and exposures that can result from incautious IM use. Find out how security software solutions can help you reap the benefits of IM without exposing your company to unnecessary risk.
train them neither to send nor receive copyrighted materials without permission. Conditions where transfers are permissible should be clearly spelled out and all other transfers expressly forbidden. Security policy is strictly enforced: This involves some or all of the following: Use of strong passwords Use of multi-factor authentication Use of specific types of authentication services Compliance with the organization s acceptable use policy (AUP) for appropriate use of or reference to content, Web sites
Is Daily Defragmentation Needed in Today’s Environment?
The exponential growth of storage requirements is driven by the increased complexity and size of applications, operating systems, and data. In this environment of bigger disks storing not only larger files, but more files than ever, the effects of fragmentation rapidly grow on systems each day. To combat the daily degradation of system performance, disks need to be defragmented daily.
Is Daily Defragmentation Needed in Today’s Environment? Is Daily Defragmentation Needed in Today’s Environment? Source: Diskeeper Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: The exponential growth of storage requirements is driven by the increased complexity and size of applications, operating systems, and data. In this environment of bigger disks storing not only larger files, but more files than ever, the effects of fragmentation rapidly grow on systems each day. To combat the daily
2008 Internet Security Trends: A Report on Emerging Attack Platforms for Spam, Viruses, and Malware
Just when malware design seemed to have reached a plateau, new and more complex attack techniques have now emerged. For a while, security controls designed to manage spam, viruses, and malware were working, but as a result of this success, the threats they protected against were forced to change. Learn about today’s key security trends and how you can fight against the sophisticated new generation of Internet threats.
users hard drive and send the important information (passwords, corporate documents, financial information) back to their command-and-control centers for use by the criminal gangs financing the development of these programs. Data loss can occur without a Trojan infection however. 2007 has already seen nearly 350 publicly reported data loss incidents involving sensitive personal information, most of which happened accidentally through employee error. While defending against outside threats coming into
Security Breach: Now What?
When people's lives or financial transactions are at risk, proper Security Incident handling is of extreme importance.
Security Breach: Now What? Security Breach: Now What? L. Taylor - March 17, 2000 Read Comments Problem With so many security incidents occurring, many IT decision makers are unclear as to who they should notify, and what steps they should take if their network or systems are breached. There is a good chance that local and Federal law enforcement agencies will likely not be skilled enough to conduct a proper investigation. Is there anyone else you should notify? Where do you begin and what should you look
Antivirus Software: Market Review
Computer viruses are spreading through the Internet at an unprecedented rate and the antivirus market is now a $3 billion (USD) a year industry. This report measures the financial health and product quality of four key industry players: Symantec, McAfee, Computer Associates, and Trend Micro.
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