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AT&T Has a Thing for Media
In February 2000, AT&T announced their 'Ecosystem' which offers network infrastructure and hosting services. They’ve done it again, but this time focusing on

t port  T Has a Thing for Media AT&T Has a Thing for Media A. Turner - August 7, 2000 Event Summary In July, AT&T announced its Ecosystem for Media, a network services platform with a co-marketing and distribution program that will allow companies to create, manage and distribute audio and video to millions of users over the Internet. Working closely with Inktomi, Microsoft, RealNetworks and other industry leaders, AT&T will leverage its data and Internet infrastructure, digital media production capabilities Read More...
Picture Archiving Communication Systems (PACS) for the Health Care Industry
PACS (Picture Archiving Communication System) manages the storage and display of digitized diagnostic images such as x-rays, CT Scans, and ultrasounds for use by radiologists and other clinician...
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ScheduleSoft: What about Workforce Management on the Shop Floor?
My recent article entitled “Workforce Scheduling @ Optimization: The Missing Link on the Shop Floor?” analyzed the importance of manufacturing workforce

t port  10 marquee corporate customers that are large global companies, such as Kraft, Nestlé, ConAgra, Lamb Weston, Welch’s , and Georgia Pacific . In addition, organizations with complex union rules and staffing schedules are good candidates, such and Port Authority of New York (NY)/New Jersey (NJ) . These types of organizations represent ScheduleSoft’s sweet spot: complex production or work environments with complex labor scheduling requirements.  The vendor has an optimization engine that is based on ov Read More...
Will Recent Acquisition Catalyze Catalyst’s Strategy? Part One: Event Summary
For years, Catalyst International was a leading public WMS/SCE vendor before missteps by its previous management team caused serious problems in strategy and

t port  broader supply chain managemen t (SCM) roll-up strategy. Catalyst can now use ComVest's funds to buy complementary vendors to increase its install base, revenue, and market share. This business model—i.e., getting the house in order, raising capital and then coming back through acquisitions—has lately been proven to work in some other enterprise applications markets, most notably in the case of now acclaimed SSA Global or still less vocal Infor Global Solutions (formerly Agilisys , see Examples Of H Read More...
Knosys
Knosys, Inc. announced on November 6, 2000 that version 3.0 of its ProClarity® Analytical Platform and OLAP client are now available. The products were

t port  for most customers. However, this conscious decision by Knosys and others would make a UNIX port very difficult. This platform dependence may have some effect on sales to their larger Fortune 1000/Global 3000 customers, because some larger companies are not willing to install and support Win2K environments. Knosys' current clients include companies such as AT&T, Compaq, Ericsson, GE Capital, Hewlett Packard, Nabisco, and Pfizer. Platform OEM customers include Great Plains, Infinium, Manugistics, and now Read More...
Firewall Cowboyz Set the Stage to Free Innocent Convict
Cowboyz.com builds and sells affordable firewall appliances to small to medium sized businesses. When not deploying firewalls, this small-time firewall vendor

t port  100base Fast Ethernet T/10base T Ethernet connections, as well as a T1 line, and an extra port for another interface. For a standard security demilitarized zone (DMZ), these are all the interfaces one typically needs. Based on Linux, the iWall supports NAT in three configurations, one to one addressing, one to many addressing, and many to many - range to range network addressing. The most requested network protocols, IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, and HTTPS all run on the iWall, as well as RFC compliant routing prot Read More...
E-mail 101
The first e-mail programs were created in the late 60s/early 70s—simpler times, when everyone on the network was trustworthy. Even knowing what we know today

t port  client) connects over TCP to port 25 on the SMTP server. The client issues SMTP commands and the server responds with SMTP replies. All commands and replies are in plain-text, human-readable format. The back-and-forth command/reply sequence is called an SMTP conversation. To illustrate the flavor of SMTP, we show an SMTP conversation below. The C: tag indicates data sent by the client (the machine wishing to send mail) and the S: tag indicates responses sent by the server. The tags and line numbers Read More...
Concur Aims To Be Single Point Of (Purchasing) Access
Concur began as a vendor of shrink-wrapped travel and expense tracking software, but is now making a play to be a major provider of self-service Internet

t port  Aims To Be Single Point Of (Purchasing) Access Vendor Genesis Concur Technologies, Inc. was incorporated in 1993 as Portable Software, and soon offered as its first product a shrink-wrapped retail application to automate travel and expense (T&E) reporting for individuals. It expanded its product line in 1996 by offering a client-server travel and expense package called Xpense Management Solution (XMS), and again in 1998 by bringing XMS to the Intranet. The Intranet version of XMS - recently renamed Read More...
AT&T WorldNet Attempts a Unified ôBuddy-List But the Chance for Success is Slim
We believe that chances are extremely high that the product will cease to interact with AOL and MSN within a few short days.

t port  T WorldNet Attempts a Unified ôBuddy-List But the Chance for Success is Slim Event Summary BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Dec. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Beginning today, AT&T WorldNet(R) Service members will be among the first Netizens who no longer need to keep multiple buddy lists to message people using other instant messaging programs. Market Impact Two weeks ago Microsoft withdrew from the concept of an integrated Instant Messaging (IM) system due to roadblocks from AOL/Netscape's Instant Messenger. Simply put, as Read More...
CoreWMS
CoreWMS is a web based warehouse management system. Staff and partners can easily access the CoreWMS features and functionality using their native language

t port  on any operating system that supports Java. If you already have a preferred database in use, we can easily port CoreWMS to work with it; Enhanced security. CoreWMS provides each user with set of permissions and keeps a log of their activities. Read More...
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: ERP for Manufacturing (SMB) Competitor Analysis Report
TEC@s new ERP for Manufacturing (SMB) evaluation model targets the software requirements of small and medium enterprises. If your organization doesn@t have many

t port  Edwards EnterpriseOne: ERP for Manufacturing (SMB) Competitor Analysis Report TEC's new ERP for Manufacturing (SMB) evaluation model targets the software requirements of small and medium enterprises. If your organization doesn't have many sites to operate, seeks a solid base of ERP functionality, but doesn't want every possible feature of the biggest systems on the market, this model is a good starting place for your research. It covers fully featured accounting solutions with necessary manufacturing, Read More...
Avoiding the Compliance Trap for Travel and Expenses
Maximizing transparency and control over travel and expense (T&E) management is essential in a compliant-conscious market. Purpose-built software and on-demand

t port  the Compliance Trap for Travel and Expenses Maximizing transparency and control over travel and expense (T&E) management is essential in a compliant-conscious market. Purpose-built software and on-demand services are part of a best-practices approach that help with not only streamlining your processes, but also analysis and reporting. Find out what you need to know about automated T&E solutions—and how they can help you reduce your risk of noncompliance. Read More...
Travel and Procurement: The Convergence
With the globalization of business, the rise of virtual offices, and an increase in traveling employees, travel and entertainment (T&E) spend is ever increasing

t port  and Procurement: The Convergence With the globalization of business, the rise of virtual offices, and an increase in traveling employees, travel and entertainment (T&E) spend is ever increasing. While business travel is considered a vital function and a cost of doing business, it’s not always seen as a category of spend that can be controlled and reduced. To efficiently manage T&E expenses, the procurement department must be involved. Find out why. Read More...
SAP Cloud for Travel: A Newcomer Market Challenger
Rising travel costs, increasing business travel in this age of globalization, including online bookings across multiple sites, and increasing costs to process

t port  Cloud for Travel: A Newcomer Market Challenger Rising travel costs, increasing business travel in this age of globalization, including online bookings across multiple sites, and increasing costs to process expenses all drive the development of travel and expenses (T&E) solutions. TEC’s P.J. Jakovljevic looks at SAP Cloud for Travel, and describes how recent enhancements in the product offer travelers and organizations additional choice and efficiencies for T&E management. Read More...

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