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IP Telephony 201: The Nuts and Bolts of VoIP
In IP Telephony 101, I looked at the pros and cons of IP telephony, and a few of the considerations you should explore before making the switch to VoIP.We

t1 lines  downloaded). Common line types: T1 (capable of transmitting 1.5 million bits per second), T3 (45 million bits per second), and DSL (between 128 Kbps to 6 Mbps for sending data [“downstream”], and between 128 Kbps to 512 Kbps for receiving data [“upstream”]). Your choice of equipment will affect the speed at which you can transmit voice data, as well as the number of users your VoIP system can support. Network Structure Your network structure (AKA topology or layout ) determines the way in which Read More

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A VoIP Primer-Everything You Need to Know about VoIP
Are you considering voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) for your organization? We’ll take a comprehensive look at how VoIP works, and what you should know

t1 lines  by one or more T1 lines; one or more server PCs with installed interface cards; VoIP software; and a connection interface to the Internet that is programmed as a POP gateway. Disadvantages of VoIP Solutions Sound quality In general, VoIP sound quality matches that of the normal telephone system, and provides AM-radio quality (which is adequate for voice and music, but not for stereo high-fidelity reproduction). The Internet does not guarantee that a message will travel directly or immediately to its Read More
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Three: Strategy Shifts
Oracle has long moved in the direction of blurring the line between applications and infrastructure. It has leveraged the system of record elements in

t1 lines  download or a fast T1 connection (see Oracle Renders Its PLM Out-line ). This concludes Part Three of a six-part note. Part One contained the event summary and began the market impact. Part Two discusseds. Part Four covers SOA and Web services. Part Five analyzes the Collaxa acquisition. Part Six will discuss weaknesses and make user recommendations. Read More
The Return of Supplier Relationship Management
Globalization, technology stabilization, inventory visibility, and traceability are forcing organizations to reevaluate supplier relationship management systems

t1 lines  subscriber line (DSL), and T1 connections, and fax machines became electronic data interchange (EDI), extensible markup language (XML), and flat files that were sent electronically. This level of technology may have been previously overlooked or neglected due to poor information technology (IT) infrastructure and non-communication between partners. These technological advances were catalysts in taking partner interactions and trading to the next level. As organizations have built their networks, and Read More
Enterprise Phone Systems Buyer’s Guide
Implementing or upgrading an enterprise phone system is a strategic investment for any large enterprise. To reach an informed decision, you should understand

t1 lines  data transfer speeds) Bonded T1 connection - $700-$800 per line Local or toll-free number - This cost is approximately $5 per month. Calling cost - This includes the standard inbound, outbound and international calling charges. Most companies offering hosted VoIP services offer unlimited free inbound calls. This component varies according to the plans chosen by the enterprise. Open Source IP PBX Solutions Cost components of an open source IP PBX solution are quite similar to that of an on-premise PBX Read More
Standard Benchmark on Hewlett-Packard ProLiant Servers
In August 2006, Microsoft conducted a Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0 standard distribution benchmark to measure the performance and scalability characteristics of

t1 lines  Benchmark on Hewlett-Packard ProLiant Servers Standard Benchmark on Hewlett-Packard ProLiant Servers If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Microsoft is committed to providing you with technical information on how to better integrate Microsoft and SAP solutions, reduce complexity, and have a continued focus on TCO. The SAP certified Sales and Distribution three-tier standard application benchmark , using SQL Server Read More
NavisionDamgaard Reverts To Navision, But In Name Only
Recent product releases and a profitable quarterly report from Navision, a recently merger-formed and rebranded Danish provider of enterprise business solutions

t1 lines  Reverts To Navision, But In Name Only NavisionDamgaard Reverts To Navision, But In Name Only P.J. Jakovljevic - July 6, 2001 Event Summary On June 19, Navision Canada, a subsidiary of Navision (CSE: NAVI), a Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, announced the planned release of multi-language versions 2.60 for Navision Manufacturing , Navision Financials and Navision Advanced Distribution . Navision 2.60 includes both English and Canadian French language Read More
Case Study: Current Energy
Expanding rapidly into new lines of business and geographic regions, Current Energy found its old accounting software was limiting its potential. The company

t1 lines  Study: Current Energy Expanding rapidly into new lines of business and geographic regions, Current Energy found its old accounting software was limiting its potential. The company wanted to combine intercompany accounting functions, its point-of-sale (POS) and field service management solutions, and top-notch business intelligence (BI) and reporting capabilities. Find out how it improved customer care and reduced monthly closing times. Read More
Compaq Streamlines Product Line
Compaq is simplifying its sometimes dizzying range of product offerings in its business desktop lines. This bodes well for their customers.

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Microsoft’s Underlying Platform Parts for Enterprise Applications: Somewhat Explained - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series concluded that Microsoft would not converge all of its diverse Microsoft Dynamics  product lines into a single enterprise resource

t1 lines  Underlying Platform Parts for Enterprise Applications: Somewhat Explained - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series concluded that Microsoft would not converge all of its diverse Microsoft Dynamics   product lines into a single enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Rather, the vendor has been attempting to leverage the best practices and technologies across all of the products, where possible. The idea is to deliver applications that have the following characteristics: are familiar to users Read More
Cognos Unveils CRM Solution
Cognos, one of the largest business intelligence and on-line analytical processing vendors, has announced an aggressive customer relationship management

t1 lines  Unveils CRM Solution Cognos Unveils CRM Solution M. Reed - November 6, 2000 Event Summary [October 3, 2000] Cognos (NASDAQ: COGN; TSE:CSN), one of the world's largest business intelligence (BI) companies, today unveiled a comprehensive BI solution (including interactive reporting, data analysis, and scorecarding) for the customer relationship management (CRM) marketplace. The announcement was part of an aggressive CRM market initiative showcased at Cognos's Enterprise 2000 conference to an audience Read More
Does NavisionDamgaard Merger Mark Further Mid-Market Consolidation?
While the higher end of ERP market has (surprisingly) experienced only limited merger & acquisition activity during 2000 (mainly seen in ERP losers been

t1 lines  NavisionDamgaard Merger Mark Further Mid-Market Consolidation? Does NavisionDamgaard Merger Mark Further Mid-Market Consolidation? P.J. Jakovljevic - January 2, 2001 Event Summary On November 22, NavisionDamgaard , the merger of Navision Software and Damgaard , fellow Danish providers of business applications for mid-sized enterprises, announced it would continue to market the two current companies' main product lines: Damgaard Axapta , Navision Solutions , Damgaard XAL and Damgaard C5 . The boards of Read More
ERP Vendors Moving to Aerospace and Defense Markets
Market research shows that enterprise software and service markets are crossing market lines to witness strong growth in the Aerospace and Defense (A&D

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FaxBack, Inc.
FaxBack, headquartered in Tigard, Texas (US), is the developer of NET SatisFAXtion fax server software, and technology licensingproducts which are licensed to

t1 lines  Inc. FaxBack, headquartered in Tigard, Texas (US), is the developer of NET SatisFAXtion fax server software, and technology licensing products which are licensed to a wide range of strategic partners. Its product lines span fax-on-demand solutions to fax server software and technology licensing agreements with strategic partners that include AT&T, Intel, Lucent, JetFax and Symantec. The FaxBack line of communications software includes FaxBack brand Fax-on-Demand technology, NET SatisFAXtion fax Read More
MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically Part 3: Challenges
MAPICS remains at a critical point in time, where immaculate execution without much space for missteps will determine its future. Despite notable functional and

t1 lines  Moving On Pragmatically Part 3: Challenges Challenges For the last several months, MAPICS, Inc . (NASDAQ: MAPX), a global provider of extended ERP applications for world-class mid-sized manufacturers, has embarked on a painstaking process of producing a strategy going forward that would pragmatically blend the company's traditional values and success factors with new approaches to stay in tune with market trends. All the products mentioned in Part One will have lost their former trademarks. The Read More

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