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Oberfield Architectural Precast Selects Rootstock Cloud ERP
Oberfield Architectural Precast has selected Rootstock Software’s cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to replace a legacy system that has run its

architectural  Architectural Precast Selects Rootstock Cloud ERP Oberfield Architectural Precast, a company that performs in-shop drawings, undertakes mold fabrication, and manufactures architectural precast concrete, cast stone, and fiber-reinforced polymer/plastic (FRP) and glass fiber-reinforced concrete (GFRC) products, has selected Rootstock Software ’s cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system . Rootstock ERP will replace a legacy system that has run its course.   When Oberfield decided to Read More
Altman Lighting
Learn how Altman Lighting Inc., a family-owned and operated international manufacturer of architectural and theater lighting fixtures overcame isolated customer

architectural  operated international manufacturer of architectural and theater lighting fixtures overcame isolated customer information and business records by replacing their paper-based order processing system. Read how they improved productivity, centralized data, and gained real-time access to customer information and critical business information. Read More
The Art And Science Of IT Architecture Design
To assure flexibility and lasting value, information system designs and product selection must be guided by an architectural plan for infrastructure and

architectural  be guided by an architectural plan for infrastructure and applications systems. The Art of architecture design is in extracting business requirements; the Science is translating them into technology solutions. Note : This note first appeared in a column by James F. Dowling in Mid - Range Computing . Look for other previously published Mid - Range Computing columns by Mr. Dowling at this site or visit Midrange Showcase at www.midrangecomputing.com/showcase/. The Art of Architecture Design   When an Read More
IronPort’s Multilayer Spam Defense Architectural Overview
Earlier-generation spam systems all share a common weakness—they rely heavily on analyzing content that can easily be manipulated by spammers. As such, state-of

architectural  Multilayer Spam Defense Architectural Overview Earlier-generation spam systems all share a common weakness—they rely heavily on analyzing content that can easily be manipulated by spammers. As such, state-of-the-art antispam systems must go beyond content examination by analyzing messages in the full context in which they are sent. Find out how using a multilayer defense approach can help you successfully eliminate spam and blended threats in your enterprise. Read More
Next-generation Fibre Channel Storage Systems: 2007-2011 Market Forecast
At the macro level, the fibre channel storage systems market is mature and slow-growing. However, the market is actually undergoing tremendous architectural and

architectural  is actually undergoing tremendous architectural and technological transition. This report provides a quantitative market-sizing analysis based on the direction and scope of the overall fibre channel storage systems market, and analyzes next-generation fibre channel storage systems segments and their growth prospects. Read More
Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part II - The Architecture Process
Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current

architectural  focuses on applying the architectural principles to the components of the methodology. There are steps in the methodology that are not addressed in Figure 2. Although these steps may be impacted by architecture they are secondary to the Requirements Analysis, Technical System Design, System Development, and System Deployment. Figure 2. Details of the methodology and its relationship to system architecture. Methodology for the SRA The System Requirements Analysis (SRA) includes the discovery of the Read More
J.D. Edwards and Numetrix Ponder the Future as One
Deciding that acquisition is the better part of valor, Numetrix cancelled its IPO to combine fortunes with ERP vendor J. D. Edwards & Company. Though

architectural  solution. True functional and architectural integration between Numetrix and parts of the OneWorld suite will not begin to appear until 2001 (70% probability). J. D. Edwards should begin to see clear revenue growth from Numetrix licenses (> 5%) as early as next year. While competition from other SCM offerings will be strong, J. D. Edwards should begin to penetrate the SCM market by selling to their substantial customer base (5,000 corporate licenses) (60% probability). Vendor Recommendations Integrate Read More
Best Software To Hold Competition At Bay
Having garnered an astutely broad enterprise applications’ portfolio, Best Software recently unveiled its ''customer and/or partner for life'' strategy to fend

architectural  based on a 3-tier architectural environment with a standardized toolset for open development and possibly a rapid deployment. The architecture should facilitate data integration with applications built in Microsoft''s Visual Basic , Visual Studio .NET ( VS.NET ), or any other development environment that supports Microsoft ADO ( ActiveX Data Object ) data access. The new architecture should also allow for backward compatibility with existing customizations and add-on products, simplifying thereby the Read More
Bentley Extends Commitment to Siemens PLM Software
The 3D computed-aided design (CAD) world continues to be co-opetitive. Many of the situations where fierce competitors end up using each other’s tools in their

architectural  software components in the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) software industry, where it hasn’t really been a leader, and where it hopes to catch up with Autodesk. In addition, this endorsement by Bentley should come as a consolation, given the ISO hurdles for JT and Dassault Systèmes’ recent decision to decouple the SolidWorks business logic from Parasolid and to continue with a dual kernel product strategy ( the Parasolid and the CATIA kernels ). Read More
Information Security 101: an Introduction to Being Compliant and Protecting Your Assets
E-mail, Internet access, and collaborative tools (whether a phone system’s conferencing capabilities, or document-sharing applications) are “must-haves” for

architectural  seven years’) worth of architectural drawings to seek revenge (or would that be pre-venge?) on her employer, whom she believed was planning to fire her. The woman used her own account credentials to access the files, which it took her about four hours to delete. The files have since been restored. But clearly, this firm could have benefited from an information security package that would have ensured that the administrative assistance did not have authorization to access the files in question. The Read More
7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation
Enterprises of all sizes are adopting Internet protocol (IP) telephony for cost savings and productivity gains—but high quality voice service takes more than

architectural  gets done more efficiently. Architectural Requirements IP telephony creates an opportunity for IT organizations to deliver superior service than with legacy PBXs, but delivering an enterprise-quality service means IT managers must pay close attention to IP telephony''s architectural requirements. Reliability and scalability: Because of a distributed architecture, IP PBXs can deliver a more reliable, scalable voice service. For example, ShoreTel''s systems are extremely reliable with no single point of Read More
Integrating All Information Assets Part Two: Why is integration an issue?
Successful e-businesses of the future will be those who treat e-business as the collection of processes, which allow multiple companies to work cooperatively

architectural  a quality leader in architectural brick. In an effort to strengthen its position in a consolidating market, Belden acquired Redland Brick in order to gain added economies of scale and maintain its leadership position. Belden valued Redland''s brand identity in its separate markets, yet needed to leverage information within both companies in order to take full advantage of the synergism between the two. At the time of the acquisition, Redland Brick had just completed a successful implementation of an ERP Read More
J.D. Edwards'' CEO Retires Again; This Time For Good?
Having seemingly paved a solid ground for its successor, it is likely that this time J.D. Edwards founder and CEO Ed McVaney might not have to come back from

architectural  & assembly (IFA), and architectural & construction, should continue as well. However, time will only tell how Dutkowsky will handle the company''s recent decision to pare down a number of system integrating partners (almost 40%), given his proven emphasis on channel and worldwide expansion in the mid-market, and given that the decision was made prior to his appointment. It is likely that leveraging some high-profile consulting companies (e.g., Accenture , Arthur Andersen , Cap Gemini Ernst & Young ) to 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

architectural  will also embrace these architectural capabilities in the application itself. About the Author Jim Brown has over 15 years of experience in management consulting and application software focused on the manufacturing industries. Jim is a recognized expert in software solutions for manufacturing and has broad knowledge of applying ERP, Product Lifecycle Management, Supply Chain Planning, Supply Chain Execution, and e-business applications to improve business performance. Jim served as an executive for Read More

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