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CMMS – EAM

Enterpise asset management (EAM) solutions support maintenance management tasks. Asset management systems typically enable planning, controlling, and monitoring of physical asset events. EAM typically includes computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) functionality, fleet maintenance, workflow, reporting, and other areas that touch upon asset management practices. 

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Controlling Access Risk: Increase Visibility, Reduce the Time and Cost of Compliance


Managing end-user access to critical enterprise resources as part of an organization's IT governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) initiative helps companies to control access risk, provide real-time visibility for multiple stakeholders, and streamline regulatory compliance. This research shows that the leading performers in controlling access risk also realize tangible financial benefits.

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Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access


Bus-Tech has announced the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol to provide the highest possible throughput between Windows NT applications and DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 using IBM's DB2 Connect.

controlling user access  with a host computer controlling many terminals, enhancements such as APPN and APPC (LU 6.2), have adapted SNA to today''s peer-to-peer communications and distributed computing environment. IBM''s DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 continues to be a system of choice for managing the most critical data in the world''s largest organizations. While mainframe systems manage the data, there is an increasing demand to integrate this data with applications running on Windows NT Servers providing client services to W Read More

Talking to an Emptoris Exec Post-Empower 2011 (and Pre-IBM 2012)


I recently published a TEC article about my attendance of Emptoris’ Empower 2011 user conference this past fall. What follows now is my deep-dive interview with Terrence Curley, Senior Vice President (SVP) of Product Strategy and Development at Emptoris, with the idea of developing some of the main messages from the conference. During this past year, with the acquisition of Rivermine

controlling user access  intelligence and accessing and controlling external sources of intelligence – and enabling greater collaboration with key parties/suppliers. In our view, companies are focused first on gaining greater control and leveraging the benefits of technology in these areas. As we look further down our development track, we will certainly be looking at leveraging social media and accessing collective communication/data/insight that can be drawn out of such social media applications. PJ : What are the differentia Read More

PTC Sees SMBs as “Essential” to Its Business


While opportunities for new or replacement product lifecycle management (PLM) systems at large enterprises are rare, neither is the small to medium business (SMB) market fully exploited. To that end, PTC recently announced the release of PTC Windchill PDM Essentials, the company’s product data management (PDM) software. The product aims to bring concurrent engineering to smaller

controlling user access  and Excel , by controlling changes through “check in” and “check out” functionality Astute search tools and easy copying or renaming of existing designs to accelerate product information discovery and promote design reuse Scheduling and automatic publishing of “viewables” and other formats such as thumbnails and PDFs Some Historical Background The SMB space has long been important to PTC (and other PLM/CAD vendors for that matter), given that while SMBs may have only a few CAD licenses, they Read More

Controlling Access, Authentication and Data on the End Point: A Review of DigitalPersona Pro 5.1 for Enterprises


Security breaches are perpetrated by a wide variety of external and internal sources, including hacktivists, targeted attackers, and profit-motivated cybercriminals, as well as through mundane everyday occurrences, such as missing laptops and thumb drives. To address these compliance and privacy issues, organizations have responded by adding layers of controls and integrating them with varied results. Now, those organizations realize that making security simpler is the ultimate strategy for ensuring end user adoption of new security measures and meeting multiple, overlapping regulatory requirements. This paper is a review of DigitalPersona Pro, its integrated approach, and its features and efficiencies in these areas.

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Bigfoot CMMS, from the User Perspective




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Demystifying Network Access Control


Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This incident could cripple any business, but with network access control (NAC) products, companies can rest a little easier. NAC’s ability to measure, enforce, and report on an array of security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations.

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Remote Vendor Access: Not All Access Should Be Treated Equally


Many companies have already invested heavily in solutions that provide remote access solutions to their employees, and are now looking to leverage those solutions for their remote vendors. But what works for your employees might not work for your vendors—and the wrong solution can introduce security risks, from viruses to unauthorized access and noncompliance. Learn about the different access requirements for vendors.

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Are You Doing Enough to Prevent Access Risk and Fraud?


A recent survey of enterprise resource planning (ERP) customers reveals that they are serious about protecting their critical applications from the risks associated with user access, and that managing access risks is very important to senior leadership in their organizations. In fact, the top driver for these programs is internal policies, whereas traditionally, access risk programs have been driven more by regulatory compliance. Read this white paper to learn more.

controlling user access  You Doing Enough to Prevent Access Risk and Fraud? A recent survey of enterprise resource planning (ERP) customers reveals that they are serious about protecting their critical applications from the risks associated with user access, and that managing access risks is very important to senior leadership in their organizations. In fact, the top driver for these programs is internal policies, whereas traditionally, access risk programs have been driven more by regulatory compliance. Read this white paper Read More

The Business Case for RDP Acceleration: Resolving the User-experience Barrier to Terminal Services & VDI Deployments


For many IT organizations, 2012 is about getting back on track to fulfilling pre-recession goals. Providing a remote desktop protocol (RDP) end-user experience that closely matches a PC-like experience, from anywhere and from any device, is not a nice to have but rather a necessity. This white paper identifies some of the RDP performance challenges facing organizations, as well as their potential causes and cures. Read more.

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Aiming for Agility: Challenges and User Recommendations


The preferred agile architecture will rationalize business processes without ripping out current application investments. In such cases, Agresso will have to explain whether its solution can leverage existing applications and fill in the cracks that exist in current business processes.

controlling user access  for Agility: Challenges and User Recommendations Challenges Agresso, one of the top five providers of people-centric enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, will encounter the challenge of changing deeply-rooted mindsets, especially given its lower brand recognition and market clout. This is all the more true since many competitors have significantly greater financial, technical, and marketing resources—and worldwide presence—than Agresso. Part Four of the series Enterprise Systems and Post Read More

Addressing Guidance from the IIA's GTAG-14 for Auditing User-Developed Applications


This white paper summarizes how the Prodiance Enterprise Risk Manager (ERM) suite of user-developed applications (UDA) software tools and associated professional service offerings enable organizations to fully comply with the Institute of Internal Auditors’ (IIA’s) guidelines for identifying, risk ranking, testing, and controlling critical UDAs.

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User Simplicity for Business Agility with Bizagi BPM Suite


Bizagi's BPM Suite is a business process management (BPM) suite with a set of distinctive capabilities for designing, developing, and delivering agile yet powerful business process management proficiency.

Bizagi covers the complete BPM process with components to model, build, and run: Bizagi Modeler, a fully BPMN process modeling environment; Bizagi Studio, an application for transforming process models into running applications and workflows; and Bizagi Engine, which executes and controls all processes automated by Bizagi Studio. Bizagi's focus on design, workflow, and security, its ability to be easily integrated with a number of third party and legacy systems, and its low-code architecture makes it an appealing solution for many companies. Read more in this spotlight report on Bizagi BPM Suite by TEC principal BI analyst Jorge Garcia.

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