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BLM—Buzzword Lifecycle Management
The management of buzzwords represents a significant area for improvement, for both buzzword users (BU) and buzzword consumers (BC). Buzzword lifecycle management (BLM) is a proven discipline being applied to this crying need within the software industry.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: BLM—Buzzword Lifecycle Management BLM—Buzzword Lifecycle Management William Sheppard - June 16, 2006 Read Comments Executive Summary The information technology (IT) industry is alive with buzzwords (BW). The management of BW represents a significant area for improvement for both the BW users (BU) (for example, vendors, analysts, and consultants), BW consumers (BC) (mostly end-users), and BW fellow travelers (BFT) (for example, the media). BW lifecycle management (BLM) is a proven discipline being
6/16/2006

Cisco Steps into E-Mail Management
SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 20, 1999-- Cisco Systems, Inc. today announced that its recently released Cisco eMail Manager, an enterprise- and service provider-class solution for managing high volumes of customer inquiries submitted to company mailboxes or to a Web site, has been chosen by brand name companies for inbound e-mail response management.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: has been chosen by brand name companies for inbound e-mail response management. Representing a broad range of industries, some of these new customers include 2Wire, APAC Customer Services, Inc., Bell Atlantic, Lands End, Lexica LLC, SmarterKids.com and Solipsa. Market Impact One of the driving forces in Internet e-commerce is communication and responsiveness to the end user, or buyer. Strong communication and response time indicate to the buyer that they are valued clients. If a client feels that their
1/3/2000

Network Security Management
In the converging network and security infrastructure, relating what is reported from security products to what is observed on the network is critical. Q1 Labs’ network security management product, QRadar, combines network behavioral analysis with vulnerability assessment and security event correlation into one platform. Ultimately, this convergence reduces IT acquisition and operations costs, and enhances responses to network security incidents.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: Network Security Management Network Security Management Source: Q1 Labs Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: In the converging network and security infrastructure, relating what is reported from security products to what is observed on the network is critical. Q1 Labs’ network security management product, QRadar, combines network behavioral analysis with vulnerability assessment and security event correlation into one platform. Ultimately, this convergence reduces IT acquisition and operations
6/29/2006 12:47:00 PM

Do You Need a Content Management System?
Understanding what content management means is the first step to determine how a solution will suit your company. Because of the abundance of information both inside and outside of organizations, it is crucial to harness it as an effective business asset.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: Do You Need a Content Management System? Do You Need a Content Management System? Hans Mercx - November 29, 2004 Read Comments Introduction The ongoing drive to save time and money drives organizations to look into content management. As the costs of software and implementation range from almost free to millions of dollars and choosing the right vendor or system is vital, this decision can be daunting. The term content management : What does it mean? Content management is a phrase you hear everywhere
11/29/2004

12 Pitfalls of IT Systems Management
The high availability and performance of mission-critical applications is no longer a luxury for companies; it’s a matter of business survival. If applications fail—or deliver low performance levels—revenues and customers are lost. Learn about the benefits of adopting both server monitoring and capacity planning solutions that can quickly be deployed, automate processes, and adapt to change—without breaking IT budgets.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: 12 Pitfalls of IT Systems Management 12 Pitfalls of IT Systems Management Source: Uptime Software Document Type: White Paper Description: The high availability and performance of mission-critical applications is no longer a luxury for companies; it’s a matter of business survival. If applications fail—or deliver low performance levels—revenues and customers are lost. Learn about the benefits of adopting both server monitoring and capacity planning solutions that can quickly be deployed, automate
12/10/2008 9:21:00 AM

Configuration Management Simplified
The recently standardized NETCONF configuration management protocol, with the NETCONF-oriented data modeling language called YANG, can simplify network configuration management. Learn how the two technologies work, and how they can be used to support transactional capabilities and rollback management—so next-generation configuration management systems are simpler and more understandable than current systems.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: Configuration Management Simplified Configuration Management Simplified Source: Tail-f Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: The recently standardized NETCONF configuration management protocol, with the NETCONF-oriented data modeling language called YANG, can simplify network configuration management. Learn how the two technologies work, and how they can be used to support transactional capabilities and rollback management—so next-generation configuration management systems are simpler and
6/19/2008 10:25:00 AM

Supplier Logistics Management (SLM)Part 3
This continues the coverage of the fundamental issues targeted by supplier logistics management. Fully utilizing the compliance benefits that SLM offers allows companies to redirect employees from tactical operations to those more strategic.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) Part 3 Supplier Logistics Management (SLM) Part 3 Todd Buelow - January 24, 2002 Read Comments Executive Summary SUPPLIER LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT The Next Strategic Layer of Competitive Advantage Supply chain executives are in the hot seat given the flat economy and a slowdown in revenue growth. They are challenged by senior executives to find new and innovative ways to reduce cost, while still meeting customer needs. However, in today s customer-centric environment,
1/24/2002

An Executive’s Guide to Event Log Management Strategy
Archiving and logging standards place a great burden on network security professionals and IT administrators. When your routers, firewalls, and other devices are added to multiple servers, the volume of data that must be kept accessible can be tremendous. Learn more about event log standards and challenges, and how to implement a tool that can improve troubleshooting and diagnosis of incoming—and in-house—security issues.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: An Executive’s Guide to Event Log Management Strategy An Executive’s Guide to Event Log Management Strategy Source: Dorian Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Archiving and logging standards place a great burden on network security professionals and IT administrators. When your routers, firewalls, and other devices are added to multiple servers, the volume of data that must be kept accessible can be tremendous. Learn more about event log standards and challenges, and how to implement a
5/21/2008 4:46:00 PM

SOA From a Management Perspective: Part One
The big buzzword in enterprise-wide package software is service-oriented architecture (SOA). SOA promises to solve a company's software ills, making life easier for information technology departments. This research note takes a look at this new architecture and highlights some concerns.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: SOA From a Management Perspective: Part One SOA From a Management Perspective: Part One Joe Strub - January 5, 2007 Read Comments We have been hearing about service-oriented architecture (SOA) for some time. Now, major software players are starting to lay out their plans and strategies. Some are even willing to assign delivery dates. As a company, you cannot ignore SOA, since we are constantly told that, from a software perspective, it is the best thing since sliced bread or, to use an updated analogy,
1/5/2007

Process PLM Vendor Sequencia Adds Portfolio Management
Sequencia extends its Process Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) offering with portfolio management, leading the impact of the solution into the executive suite.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: Process PLM Vendor Sequencia Adds Portfolio Management Process PLM Vendor Sequencia Adds Portfolio Management Olin Thompson - March 22, 2002 Read Comments Event Summary Sequencia ( www.sequencia.com ), in partnership with Prosight ( www.prosight.com ), has extended its Process PLM solution with the addition of portfolio management. Portfolio Management is an enterprise app, and this increases the visibility of PLM at executive levels. Market Impact Sequencia is developing a very broad product. With this
3/22/2002

The Return of Supplier Relationship Management
Globalization, technology stabilization, inventory visibility, and traceability are forcing organizations to reevaluate supplier relationship management systems. The benefits of a customer relationship management system that can be applied to a supply chain can streamline operations and increase bottom line results.

BRAND MANAGEMENT SALES FORCE: The Return of Supplier Relationship Management The Return of Supplier Relationship Management Dylan Persaud - July 13, 2007 Read Comments As the year 2000 approached, the catchphrase lean manufacturing was loosely thrown around in manufacturing industries. The media and software vendors led organizations to believe that a supplier relationship management (SRM) system could achieve the promise of lean. Yet the benefits promised by SRM systems were not kept. As organizations matured, they realized how the
7/13/2007


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