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The Tangled Web: Silent Threats and Invisible Enemies
When cyber-criminals stage attacks on businesses with covert malware, spam, and scams that drain employee productivity, users aren’t aware they’ve been

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  itself. One example of this is a drive-by download in which a concealed malware program automatically installs itself on a computer simply because the user visited an infected website. Hacker inserts malicious URL. User visits good website. User re-directed to bad website. Bad website sends obfuscated exploit for vulnerability on user's system. Malware is installed without the user noticing.   The Aftermath Once the malware has installed itself on the victim's machine, it performs the tasks for which Read More
PPM for Internal Departments
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Typically IT departments employ an IT governance framework to ensure that their PPM...
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Building a Business Case for Enterprise Spyware Protection
It is sometimes difficult to quantify the scope of spyware problems within corporate environments. The least noticeable effect of spyware is to slow network and

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Spyware is a pervasive and significant security risk. Many antivirus security solutions simply don't offer the level of spyware protection today's enterprises require to defeat the widespread threat posed by evolving spyware exploits. Source : Webroot Software Resources Related to Building a Business Case for Enterprise Spyware Protection : Business case (Wikipedia) Spyware (Wikipedia) Building a Business Case Read More
Technology's Role in an Effective Enterprise-wide Operational Risk Program
The current focus in operational risk management is on enterprise-wide data capture across loss events, key risk indicators and self-assessments, with follow-up

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  s Role in an Effective Enterprise-wide Operational Risk Program The current focus in operational risk management is on enterprise-wide data capture across loss events, key risk indicators and self-assessments, with follow-up actions based on triggers. A system should satisfy regulatory requirements, such as Basel II and the US Sarbanes Oxley Act, and be built in a manner that minimizes the impact of changing business management functionality. Read More
IFS Has A Magic Growth Formula; But What About Profitability?
In November, IFS, a business applications vendor with headquarters in Linkoping, Sweden, reported results for Q3 2000. IFS will enter 2001 with a new product

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  it difficult to achieve this goal. Our continued investment in product development has enabled us to remain in the forefront in terms of technology. An increase in sales of over 106% in the third quarter speaks for itself. IFS Applications 2001, our new product release that includes a wide array of e-business components, has met with an enthusiastic reception. IFS was particularly pleased to announce strong momentum in the North American market with the last quarter producing the best performance to Read More
Rimini Street: Third-party ERP Support Is an Idea Whose Time Has Come
What has made Rimini Street a leader in the third-party enterprise software service and maintenance (S&M) cottage industry? TEC principal analyst P.J

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  third-party ERP support,enterprise software service and maintenance,software S&M,software S&M provider,third-party software service,third-party software service provider,Rimini Street Support program,Rimini Street Read More
The Intranet Has Come a Long Way: Where is it Going Next?
The intranet was born from the marriage of two opposing business initiatives. The word processing department was cutting costs by eliminating the printed

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  on the horizon for this collaboration technology? Whenever my (not so) hypothetical Word Processing Department manager friend released a new Corporate Telephone Directory she would hold a lottery. The one who guessed how may complaints would arrive in the first day won the pot. It was inevitable that people would be added, relocated, reorganized or terminated during the printing process causing the directory to be wrong before it was distributed. Following each new release, she would sit back and hope Read More
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

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  services to customers worldwide. This global reach, depth of resources and strategic partnerships will help establish their media offerings. With industry giants such as Microsoft (and their recent .NET initiative) endorsing the Internet as a medium for enabling applications, infrastructure support offerings will become more important. The development and distribution of complex media (video streaming, conferencing and related media) is on the increase. As AT&T's ecosystem offerings are designed to Read More
Has SAP Become a PLM Factor to Be Reckoned With?
You have probably heard of SAP’s recent blockbuster acquisitions, but did you know about the vendor’s fervent in-house innovation and newly developed products

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  understanding of portfolio metrics. This fully integrated component of SAP PLM can be used across product development to mange projects and resources, and to increase the visibility of product development projects. It is no secret that companies want to connect with their suppliers during the design phase, through a simple and secure collaboration platform, particularly in the automotive and hi-tech industries. As the next incarnation of the combined former SAP xRPM (Resource and Portfolio Management) Read More
Has The BI Market Consolidation Been Crystal-Clearly Actuated? Part Two: Market Impact
In addition to products' rationalization, the integration at sales and cultural levels will be challenging. In general, existing customers of involved merging

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  half of July, but this time in the business intelligence (BI) market. The following acquisitions were announced: Business Objects will acquire Crystal Decisions Hyperion will acquire Brio Software Actuate Corporation has completed the acquisition of Nimble Technology Geac and SSA GT have acquired Comshare and Elevon Lawson Software has acquired Numbercraft For a comparison of the consolidations taking part in the BI market versus those among ERP vendors see BI Market Consolidation Compared to ERP Read More
Has Consolidation Made the PLM Market More Agile?
While the race for the pole position in the still evolving, moving-target PLM market started several years ago, it has been quite accelerated by Agile Software

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  were not made public. This is Part One of a three-part note. Part Two will discuss the Market Impact. Part Three will detail the Challenges and make User Recommendations. MS2 In June, Agile announced the acquisition of certain customer assets and intellectual property of privately-held MS2, Inc. , provider of the product portfolio management solution, MS2 Accelerate . The acquisition further built upon Agile's product portfolio management offering, Agile Program Execution , and Agile pledged to continue t Read More
Seven Ways to Help Avoid Lawsuits: Best Practices for Fortifying Your Background Screening Program
Many companies are now critically examining procedures for hiring new employees. This white paper outlines and explains seven “best practice” recommendations

this program has potentially unwanted behavior  for hiring new employees. This white paper outlines and explains seven “best practice” recommendations for fortifying any company’s workforce screening program. These recommendations are derived from HireRight’s experience providing guidance to, and defending, employers and background check providers of all types and sizes in every jurisdiction in the United States. Read More

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