Home
 > search for

Featured Documents related to »  covering open source

Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
Start evaluating software now
Country:

 
   

 Security code
Already have a TEC account? Sign in here.
 
Don't have a TEC account? Register here.

Documents related to » covering open source


Compiere Open Source ERP & CRM
Compiere Open Source ERP & CRM is a complete business solution for small-to-medium enterprises worldwide, particularly those in the service and distribution

covering open source  has integrated Web Store, covering material management, purchasing sales, accounting, and customer relations management. Read More
Help Selecting Open Source Consulting Services
Enterprise software analyst firm, Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) recently launched its FOSS Evaluation Center (fossevaluation.com), which lets end

covering open source  approximately 1,000 prioritized criteria covering open source-related services. It also provides access to thousands of other detailed criteria for selecting open source-based enterprise systems and office migrations. What should organizations seeking open source software do to prepare themselves before calling on an open source vendor or consulting firm for a request for proposal (RFP)? TEC''s FOSS Evaluation Center (http://www.fossevaluation.com/prweb/) concentrates on complex software selection issues. Read More
Open Source and Linux, IT Services Software Evaluation Report
The model of IT services for Free and Open Source software (FOSS) helps identify the characteristics clients require from consultants, integrators, resellers

covering open source  vendor or provider capabilities. Covering everything in TEC''s comprehensive Open Source and Linux, IT Services knowledge base, this rating detail report is invaluable toward RFI and business requirements research. Read More
The Formula for Product Success: Focus on Flexibility and Cooperation
Jeeves has retained the concept of having a single innovative product with broad and reliable functionality, and an open architecture. But beyond the solid

covering open source  formed a strategic partnership covering Belgium and Luxembourg, regarding sales and implementation of Jeeves Enterprise (ICASA had chosen not to pursue Microsoft Dynamics NAV ). Prior to that, Jeeves started a subsidiary in France and recruited several key top-ranking managers from Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ) to lead operations, which all goes hand in hand with one of the highest levels of customer satisfaction, and the lowest churn rate, in the market. It is no big secret that focus is the key Read More
xTupleCon 2014—Why Open Source ERP?
Award winning open source ERP vendor xTuple recently held its user conference—xTupleCon 2014—in its home town of Norfolk, VA. Educational sessions covered not

covering open source  investment, with educational sessions covering not just the xTuple products but also sessions on using GitHub, common EDI challenges, top ten tools to increase your sales, and more. Thus xTuple and XTupleCon 2014 continue to meet the company’s goals. xTuple’s success is part of the continued success of open source software models. We look forward to seeing what the team from Norfolk, along with its global community of followers, continues to deliver. Read More
Data Management Wish List: IT Is Open to Big Changes
Data management, access, and analysis haven’t always received the same amount of consideration, or respect, as the corporate applications that generate and

covering open source  Management Wish List: IT Is Open to Big Changes Data management, access, and analysis haven’t always received the same amount of consideration, or respect, as the corporate applications that generate and consume the data. In recent years, however, information technology (IT) leaders have focused much more attention on their organizations’ data management platforms and capabilities. Download this white paper to get a better picture of the current data management landscape. Read More
Will MS try the
In what may be another attempt to gain some kind of foothold in the handheld and embedded-OS market, rumors are floating that Microsoft will open the source

covering open source  MS try the Open Source Gambit with WinCE? Why Not - Nothing Else Seems to Work Event Summary Updated 5:20 AM ET March 17, 2000 By John Spooner and Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet News Feeling pressure from Linux in the embedded-device market, Microsoft Corp. is contemplating giving away Windows CE to some developers for free. The company is unlikely to go so far as to try to claim its effort to be Linux-like open source, but it nonetheless seems to be counting on riding the open source movement''s coattails. Read More
It’s All about Security: Things to Know Before You Open the Doors to Smartphones and Tablets in Your Enterprise
Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets may be putting your corporate information at risk. Lost or stolen smartphones that are not password-protected, or

covering open source  All about Security: Things to Know Before You Open the Doors to Smartphones and Tablets in Your Enterprise Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets may be putting your corporate information at risk. Lost or stolen smartphones that are not password-protected, or information in corporate e-mail or business applications transmitted wirelessly but not encrypted, can all too easily expose confidential corporate data. Download this white paper to learn about key strategies for protecting your enterpr Read More
Choosing an Open Source Vendor and Service Provider
As more companies begin to use open source, demand for direct support and services beyond the on-line community will grow. If you''re looking for open source

covering open source  an Open Source Vendor and Service Provider Introduction Notwithstanding the community-oriented spirit of open source, many user organizations prefer to use products that have commercial entities associated with them. Why would a company choose to work with commercial providers rather than relying on the product community? Here are a few reasons: Unfamiliarity with the open source ecosystem. If an organization is new to open source, it may prefer to stick with its established practices and partner Read More
Red Hat Summit 2014: Open Source at the Forefront of IT
For Red Hat, the recent summit that took place in California was special in many instances. It marked the 10th anniversary of the Red Hat Summit and the

covering open source  Hat Summit 2014: Open Source at the Forefront of IT For Red Hat , one of the keystones of the open source community as well as one of its most sound success cases, the recent summit that took place in California was special in many instances. It marked the 10 th anniversary of the Red Hat Summit and the celebration of a company that has for more than 20 years been a key contributor, consolidator, and promoter of open source technology in the enterprise, and is now a key player in the software and IT Read More
]project-open[
The ]project-open[ Web-based project management application covers essential functionality for project/portfolio management, CRM, finance, human resources

covering open source   Read More
Why Open Source is Important to You
There are two trends in open source adoption that make it imperative that you consider open source solutions for your future IT initiatives. This article

covering open source  Open Source is Important to You Introduction There''s been an incredible amount of news and gossip about open source over the past year. Between the SCO lawsuits, the Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO campaign, and the IBM Linux Everywhere advertising blitz, open source seems to have gotten more coverage than the Brad and Jennifer split. You might be forgiven for thinking the whole open source thing is overblown—plenty of smoke but no fire. You''d be wrong. Open source has been gathering steam and Read More
Business Continuity: Are You Always Open for Business?
Limited resources dictate that most midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT

covering open source  Continuity: Are You Always Open for Business? Limited resources dictate that most midsize companies must support business continuity at the lowest cost and without putting additional pressure on scarce IT resources. But business continuity is more of a critical success factor than ever before. Customers won’t tolerate a lack of service availability. Midsize companies must find a way to ensure maximum business continuity, and reduce downtime—and costs. Learn more. Read More

Recent Searches
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Others