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Vendor Analysis: Interliant's Security Vulnerability Assessment
A security vulnerability assessment service is a risk management process. Interliant's security vulnerability assessment service enables its clients to

victim restitution  a company can fall victim to. A Security Vulnerability Assessment (SVA) has become a crucial service to any company with valuable online data or infrastructure connected to the Internet. Product Background Interliant is a leading global application service provider (ASP), and, according to Gartner Group, is the third largest ASP in North America. With the purchase of Triumph Technologies in November of 1999, Interliant became a leading provider of security and managed security services. According to Giga

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Sub7 Tells Chat Rooms All Your Stuff; F-Secure Leads the Battle


A hacker program called Sub7 will tell IRC channels all the stuff you don't want people to know.

victim restitution  IRC channels that the victim is online. User Recommendations What can users and organizations do to protect themselves from Sub7? Some of the leading Anti-Virus products do not protect against Sub7. However, the anti-virus vendor that is furthest ahead of the Sub7 problem is F-Secure. F-Secure's FSAV anti-virus product cleanly disinfects your system of Sub7 infector files. F-Secure, based in Finland, is one of the leading anti-virus vendors, and their site describes the problems associated with Sub7 more Read More

How to Defend Against New Botnet Attacks


In 2008, botnets were responsible for 90 percent of spam. The ever-changing nature of botnets makes them hard to detect and even harder to defend against—and these compromised “robot” computer networks don’t seem to be going away in the near future. Learn about new and sophisticated botnets, how they can affect your business network, and the steps you can take to protect your company from a botnet attack.

victim restitution  network by enticing a victim to click a link or open a file. These bots have the same restrictions as certain legendary vampires: they can’t cross your threshold unless you invite them in. This luring approach has gradually constricted itself even further. In the past, attackers sent malicious executable code as an attachment to an email. This practice has also fallen into the minority. Most of the action now is web-based. Malicious emails that would have contained an attachment two years ago now Read More

Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 3: Market Impact


Oracle remains a true IT powerhouse with fingers in many pies other than databases, such as application servers, and development tools, which ranks it as an enterprise infrastructure provider, together with SAP, IBM at a higher and, and Microsoft at the lower end of the market. However, Oracle may be getting very uncomfortable with how its protracted disappointing revenue results (possible the worst in a decade) jeopardizes its No. 2 position in the applications market. It seemed all but inconceivable over a year ago that PeopleSoft could be so close to snatching the No. 2 position from Oracle.

victim restitution  Oracle has become the victim of its own success of overselling its product over a year ago. Oracle cannot afford to gamble any longer with its customers' willingness to entrust it to support their complete applications, infrastructure and service requirements. The time for trustworthy leadership and spotless execution within Oracle is long overdue. It is apparent that having set its sights on transforming itself into a total e-business solution provider, Oracle has painfully realized that it takes much Read More

You Say RFI, I Say Riffy: Why You and Your Vendor Need to Speak the Same Language


When ideas fail, words come in very handy. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Software Selection Pitfalls Quick, what’s the number-one pitfall of the software selection process? If you said “budget, buy-in, and boardroom politics,” you’re wrong. Because that’s three pitfalls. We’ll get into those another time. Miscommunication, on the other hand, will torpedo your software

victim restitution  hard-core editors can fall victim to the curse of slippery language. In my blog post Won’t Get Fooled Again: The 5 Worst Buzzwords in the CRM Industry Today , I merrily “summarized” Glen Petersen’s article A Lexicon for CRM Success . Wrong choice of words, I think. Merriam-Webster agrees with summary (“an abstract, abridgment, or compendium especially of a preceding discourse”), but in the interests of clarity, it would have been more precise to say that I abridged Glen’s article. It may Read More

Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's "Best Kept Secret"?


Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements affect their bottom lines, vendors need to reassess their pricing and value proposition strategies.

victim restitution  come in. The logical victim, besides product development, would then be support services, since fewer available dollars would mean fewer offered services. But given the current high margins for maintenance, vendors can still afford to provide services with fewer dollars. So in summary, vendors need the S&M money. But what if the customers rebel en masse and refuse to pay it? Second, vendors have been tightening enforcement of existing agreements lately. In the past, vendors were quite lax about Read More

Lean and World Class Manufacturing and the Information Technology Dilemma-The Loss of Corporate Consciousness


Companies relying on manual implementation and support for lean and world class methodologies risk losing corporate consciousness. Avoid the pitfalls of lost information and flexibility; place value on performance gaps and create matrixes of tools and applications to prioritize issues.

victim restitution  get lean, have fallen victim to what we will call a loss of corporate consciousness , which results from manually implemented and supported lean and world class manufacturing methodologies. Is manually implemented and supported methodologies such a bad thing? Only when the company loses sight of the total dynamics of the business and loses its ability to quickly react to changes in the market place. When corporate consciousness is lost, so are some of the benefits that lean and world class Read More

A Brief Word on Asset Management and Laptops


Disconcerting? That's hardly what one feels when losing a laptop, and when it's stolen ... ?  Lackadaisical, however, seems to be the approach most enterprises take when it comes to safeguarding laptops. The theft of a laptop is devastating to a company, because data is so precious. It's not just a matter of losing trade secrets, which is also a major concern, but a person's name is one of the

victim restitution  wants to be a victim, and the fallout for a company is huge if it is connected to a security breach. Asset management is the planning, controlling and monitoring of events concerning company assets. It extends throughout the company or plant and encompasses all phases of asset life cycle management. This ought to extend to laptops, but laptop security is one area that's often overlooked, even by the most meticulous enterprises. An enterprise can incorporate several policies in their asset management Read More

E-mail Archiving: A Business-critical Application


Small and medium businesses are especially vulnerable to disruptions caused by e-mail loss, compliance demands, and the threat of e-discovery. Yet these companies may not have adequate resources to deal with these risks on their own. Learn how your business can benefit from e-mail archiving, and in particular a hosted e-mail archiving service, to combat data loss, and realize greater productivity and competitiveness.

victim restitution  facility will never fall victim to fire, flood, or other catastrophe, so off-site backup copies must also be made. If companies-particularly small and medium sized businesses-perform a complete cost analysis of performing in-house email archiving and retrieval, they will quickly discover that the price of the software is only a fraction of the on-going cost. The following list summarizes some of these hidden costs: Archiving consulting (research and/or analysis of what to archive, and when) Administrator Read More

TurtleSpice ERP! (Week 2)


The story so far: Mike Chelonia, TurtleSpice’s comptroller, has been tasked to select an ERP system by his CFO. When we asked you what you thought Mike should do next, you voted overwhelmingly in favor of this option: Start learning more about ERP solutions, success stories, failures, and organizational requirements for deploying an ERP solution. Thanks to the (anonymous) reader who

victim restitution  one project has fallen victim to analysis paralysis, bickering, and interdepartmental politics. In any case, morale is not at an all-time high, and internal rumors that the company is being shopped around by the CEO aren’t helping matters. Nevertheless, Mike doesn’t see much of an alternative. He figures he doesn’t know enough about how the other departments work to figure it all out alone. He sends an e-mail to the execs to outline his proposal for the creation of a project team and starts to head Read More

Baan And SSA GT Merge To Form A Mid-Market Empire With An ''Iron Side'' Part Two: Market Impact On Baan


Baan is now in a much better company, one that is solely dedicated to the enterprise applications business. In addition to Baan being in a better shape and hardly resembling its 1999/2000 incarnation - this time the vendor was rather a victim of its now ex parent's 'sins' than of self-inflicted wounds, which was the case prior to its Invensys stint.

victim restitution  vendor was rather a victim of its now ex parent's sins' than of self-inflicted wounds, which was the case prior to its Invensys stint. This is Part Two of a four-part note. Part One detailed the events. Part Three will discuss the Market Impact on SSA GT. Part Four will make User Recommendations. Baan History To refresh the memory, the former Baan Co. , founded in the Netherlands in 1978 with dual headquarters in Barneveld, the Netherlands, and Herndon, VA, USA, was once the third-ranked ERP vendor, and Read More

NetBIOS Firewall


How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice, "I have spent millions of dollars buying expensive and the best antivirus software solutions and yet every two months, when a new virus strikes, I have my entire network go down!" This is a common complaint you will get to hear from one and all network administrators, primarily because most security vendors today concentrate more on a "reactive" approach to stop virus attacks, than a “preventive” approach!

victim restitution  execution of virus. The victim will begin scanning for other systems to infect after it has restarted. W32/Deloder also opens up backdoors on the victim system to allow attackers further access. It does this in two ways: Attempting to connect to one of a number of pre-configured IRC servers Installing a copy of VNC ( http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/ ) (Virtual Network Computing), an open-source remote admin tool from AT&T, listening on 5800/tcp or 5900/tcp Other viruses (like NIMDA or Klez, for Read More

Epicor Retail: Behind the Counter


The retailing paradigm is shifting from connecting, beyond engaging, to inspiring customers. Epicor Retail software solutions are responding to this market trend through mobility, enhancing customer engagement, and multichannel retailing. TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic sits down with Epicor’s director of product marketing, retail software, to discuss how Epicor Retail sets itself apart from the competition.

victim restitution  Retail: Behind the Counter Retail’s BIG Show 2012 , the annual industry event organized by the National Retail Federation (NRF) , was recently held in New York City. Epicor , while showcasing the full suite of Epicor Retail software solutions, highlighted mobility features across its product suite in the following manner: Personalized service with Epicor Retail Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Clienteling Fast and accurate decision making with Business Intelligence (BI) Information Center Read More

What Can Manufacturers Do in a Tough Economy? - Part II


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victim restitution  products that have fallen victim to the abrupt economic downturn, manufacturers should work collaboratively with their channel partners to aggressively promote those products, alleviating excess levels of inventory. This action can free up much-needed working capital. Although there may be an immediate impact on margins, the additional capital could be used to invest in areas where growth is still achievable.” The offered products by JDA in this regard are JDA Collaborate , powered by Manugistics; JDA Read More

Baan Seeking A New Foster Home -- A Déjà vu Or Not Quite?


Given Invensys' irrevocable decision to give up Baan for another adoption after all, one is to wonder whether this is the 'year 2000 revisited' or whether Baan and its customers should instead look forward to turning a new leaf.

victim restitution  vendor is rather a victim of its parent's sins' than of self-inflicted wounds, which was the case prior to its Invensys stint. To refresh the memory, the former Baan Co ., founded in the Netherlands in 1978 with dual headquarters in Barneveld, the Netherlands, and Herndon, VA, USA, was once the third-ranked ERP vendor, and its revenues peaked at $736 million revenue in 1998. The Company posted stellar growth (over 80% year over year) from 1995 to 1997, with a significant slowdown in 1998 and sharp Read More