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Increasing Data Center Efficiency by Using Improved High-density Power Distribution
North American server installations are uniquely inefficient because of multiple circuits, use of floor space and weight, and more. A new approach to power

x runner  calculated as (20 amps x 120 V x 3 = 7.2 kW), while the capacity for the 230 V line to neutral distribution method is calculated as (20 amps x 230 V x 3 = 13.8 kW). Given the same circuit current rating, the 230 V distribution provides 92% more power than the 120 V distribution. This increases the power density capability per rack without adding extra circuit breakers as would be the case with the 120/208 V distribution. These additional breakers present additional points of failure resulting in 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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Workforce Diversity: Meeting the Challenges Head On
Diversity is an important part of the change that today’s businesses are experiencing. Many organizations are working on an international level and, as such

x runner  career and education. Generation X (Gen X) —those born between 1965 and 1981. This group grew up in an era of emerging technology and is considered to be very autonomous. Generation Y (Gen Y) —also known as Millennials. Born between 1982 and 1995, this group may turn out to be the most educated and often feels deserving. Gen Y individuals want to work for a company that is socially responsible and do something to make a difference in the world. They have a tendency to switch jobs often, and are the Read More...
HROffice
In 1994 a benefits administration expert and two former Microsoft employees founded Ascentis and created the company@s flagship HRIS product - HROffice

x runner  1994 a benefits administration expert and two former Microsoft employees founded Ascentis and created the company’s flagship HRIS product - HROffice. Today, the HROffice product line automates HR and benefits processes for more than 1,300 small and mid-sized organizations nationwide. Located in Bellevue, Wa., Ascentis was founded with the vision of providing comprehensive, easy-to-use solutions for employee benefit and human resources information management. These solutions are designed to be connected Read More...
Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume?
There are reports that Dell may buy AMD’s Spitfire chip. If the reports are true, then look for competition to produce lower prices.

x runner  is negotiating to buy approximately 100,000 of AMD's upcoming Spitfire chip. Spitfire is expected to compete against Intel's Celeron chip, their low-end CPU. This report comes barely two months after CEO Michael Dell stated quite publicly that his company had no plans to use AMD chips (including the high-performance Athlon , AMD's competitor to the Intel Pentium III). This would also mark the third or fourth high profile win for AMD in recent months (Gateway and Hewlett-Packard were the others.) There Read More...
Find the Software's Fatal Flaws to Avoid Failure
For any business, software needs exist which will prove difficult to satisfy. Application packages will have fatal flaws where they do not meet these needs

x runner  they needed function x . The buyer had a set of expectations of what it means to have x . The vendor who eventually supplied the software heard the need for x and applied a different meaning to the term x . During the entire evaluation cycle, the buyer looked at the surface of x and assumed what was underneath. The seller showed the surface of x and never went into details. Both parties thought they were communicating effectively. Both parties thought that the need for x was satisfied. Not until they Read More...
Enterprise Process Improvement (EPI) Software: Customer and Software Vendor Collaboration
Having just completed implementing your enterprise-wide software, you are about lean back, put your feet up on the desk, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Not

x runner  that, if it costs x dollars to implement a release, the cost of implementing two releases is the two times x dollars. Simple math says that if you skip a release, you save x dollars. Unfortunately, simple math does not apply to the practice of implementing software releases. Sure, you may only have to pilot the software and train users once but many of the other implementation activities will have to be completed for even the skipped release. An example will help to illustrate this point. External data Read More...
UML for REALbasic
REALbasic is an object-oriented programming language for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux computers. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the industry-standard

x runner  language for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux computers. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the industry-standard notation for modeling object-oriented software. This paper shows how to extract a UML design from a REALbasic project, model REALbasic software using UML, and generate REALbasic code from UML. Read More...
NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit
Settling a patent dispute out of court, Network Associates agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend's patented technologies. Both

x runner  Article 10 of Regulation S-X. In May 2000, Trend and Network Associates settled their outstanding litigation releasing their respective claims against the other based on past alleged infringements. In connection therewith, the parties agreed to cross-reference their anti-virus patents {Source: NAI 10Q, May 15, 2000}. Under the agreement, NAI will pay Trend $12.5 million within 60 days in consideration for its patent license from Trend US {Source: Trend Micro 6K, 7/6/00}. With revenues down 34% in the Read More...
Maintenance Tips For Improved Profits: Creating the Business Case to Invest in Automation
Does it really make sense to spend money to save money? The answer may surprise you when it comes to maintenance of large capital assets including Facilities

x runner  1. Costs = $1200.00/Day X 8 Lost Days multiplied by 30% of the fleet doing unscheduled maintenance or 150 vehicles = ($9600.00) X (30%X500) = ($720,000.00) lost revenue. Although this is only an example, it is a tangible calculation that can be used to build the business case to justify the cost and ultimate return on the investment for a CMMS/EAM package. 2. Savings on Labor Costs Labor costs are the highest cost to most maintenance shops. Published studies have proven that an effective maintenance Read More...
Global Asset Sustainability: Breakthrough Lean Best Practice Counters Rising Energy Costs
Leading companies are reducing energy consumption and costs as a top-priority initiative@with benefits ranging from more efficient operations to increased

x runner  by the equation: Availability x Performance x Quality x Energy Consumption where each factor is a percentage of the theoretical best possible performance of an asset along that line. Fortunately, new technology has combined with the evolution of asset management applications to allow companies this comprehensive view of Global Asset Sustainability. Those with a mature asset management practice can now evolve to include a view of energy; others just embarking on their asset management program should Read More...
What's Wrong With Application Software? Business Processes Cross Application Boundaries
The reality of today’s application environment is that no single application meets all of the needs of a business, or frequently even the needs of a single

x runner  the Gaps EIA O X - BPM X 0 - Next Gen X X X     X - Available   O - Future Direction Summary The next generation of application architecture must address the reality that business processes cross application boundaries. The architecture will need to provide business process integration, application integration, and application extension in order to allow companies to realize the full potential of their current applications. With all of these capabilities, the new architectures will initially be used Read More...
Ascentis
In 1994, a benefits administration expert and two former Microsoft employees founded Ascentis and created the company@s flagship HRIS product, HROffice. Today

x runner  1994, a benefits administration expert and two former Microsoft employees founded Ascentis and created the company’s flagship HRIS product, HROffice. Today, the HROffice product line automates human resources (HR) and benefits processes for more than 1,300 small and midsized organizations nationwide. Located in Bellevue, Washington (US), Ascentis was founded with the vision of providing comprehensive, easy-to-use solutions for employee benefit and human resources information management. These solutions Read More...
Poor Data Quality Means A Waste of Money
Data quality sounds like a motherhood and apple pie issue, of course we want our data to be right. However, very few enterprises get serious about it. Maybe

x runner  specific evidence of customer X being short shipped, ingredient Y being out of stock, and the real numbers associated with both. Given the right priority, you must first find out where you have a problem and then how the problem was created. A physical inventory may tell you there is an inventory accuracy problem, but it can only be fixed if you determine how it occurred. The entire cycle must be inspected looking for sources of data errors. Once the how is identified, you must address it. Do physical Read More...
Can You Afford Not to Invest in Usability?
I’m in the productivity business. At some level, we all are. We’d like to think that whatever solution we’re selling or service we’re providing will offer a

x runner  case it is 1 x 12 x 50 x 250 x 1 / 60 = 2,500 hours. Multiply this by the average wage, and then double it. You double it to account for all the extras: supervision, benefits, employer-paid taxes, sick time, and so on. In this case, with an average wage of $25/hour, the annual cost of those “few extra screens” was over $125,000! The question then was, “can that problem be fixed for less than $40,000?”—a scenario which would give a four-month payback! The answer (as it usually is) was “yes.” Read More...
Quantifying the Value of Software Asset Management
If you’re not up to speed on the key benefits of software asset management (SAM) solutions, this overview can help. Additionally, you’ll learn about the areas

x runner  follows: Number of PCs X Average number of annual support tickets per PC X Cost per ticket X % reduction in average call length Many companies that utilize software asset management solutions cite average reductions in helpdesk call length of as much as 20 percent. For a company with 500 PCs, averaging 4 helpdesk tickets per PC per year, and assuming a $40 cost per ticket, this can amount to annual savings of $16,000. Automated and Accelerated Software Audits Manual software inventory audits are a Read More...

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