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Protecting Critical Data
The first step in developing a tiered data storage strategy is to examine the types of information you store and the time required to restore the different data classes to full operation in the event of a disaster. Learn how in this white paper from Stonefly.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: Protecting Critical Data Protecting Critical Data Source: Stonefly Document Type: White Paper Description: The first step in developing a tiered data storage strategy is to examine the types of information you store and the time required to restore the different data classes to full operation in the event of a disaster. Learn how in this white paper from Stonefly. Protecting Critical Data style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Data Warehousing,   Database
10/19/2011 6:48:00 PM

Five Critical Points for ERP Success
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects are more complicated than other information technology (IT) initiatives because they involve connecting departments across an organization. The value of ERP lies in bringing together data from the entire company, which means ERP implementation involves multiple departments and functional areas. This paper addresses five dimensions of ERP implementation for business success.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: Five Critical Points for ERP Success Five Critical Points for ERP Success Source: Focus Research Document Type: White Paper Description: Enterprise resource planning (ERP) projects are more complicated than other information technology (IT) initiatives because they involve connecting departments across an organization. The value of ERP lies in bringing together data from the entire company, which means ERP implementation involves multiple departments and functional areas. This paper addresses five
5/4/2011 2:35:00 PM

Critical Components of an E-PLM System
E-business has prompted a lot of vendors to move towards creating electronic product lifecycle management (e-PLM) suites. However, enterprise resource planning vendors with extensive e-commerce initiatives, development staffs, and renewed interest in PLM, are as likely to lead the way.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: Critical Components of an E-PLM System Critical Components of an E-PLM System Michael Bittner - October 21, 2005 Read Comments Background Electronic product lifecycle management (e-PLM) is an evolving and collaborative application suite that is building steam and gaining momentum thanks to e-business. However, most traditional product data management (PDM), computer-aided design (CAD) integration, and project management vendors cannot yet offer a complete suite of applications to meet all e-business
10/21/2005

Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center
Common methods for monitoring the data center environment date from the days of centralized mainframes, and include such practices as walking around with thermometers. But as data centers continue to evolve with distributed processing and server technologies that drive up power and cooling demands, you must examine the environment more closely. Monitoring equipment isn’t enough—learn how to better manage your data center.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center Source: APC by Schneider Electric Document Type: White Paper Description: Common methods for monitoring the data center environment date from the days of centralized mainframes, and include such practices as walking around with thermometers. But as data centers continue to evolve with distributed processing and server technologies that drive up power and cooling demands, you must examine the environment more
3/9/2009 4:01:00 PM

SAN Infrastructure for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
Storage area networks (SANs) are key components in IT organizations, as they provide access to and protection of critical data. Managing data storage is becoming increasingly complex, with regulatory and corporate requirements dictating national disaster protection. Whether your company is near or far, remote SANs store your critical data, saving you and your company from losses in even the most dire of circumstances.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: to and protection of critical data. Managing data storage is becoming increasingly complex, with regulatory and corporate requirements dictating national disaster protection. Whether your company is near or far, remote SANs store your critical data, saving you and your company from losses in even the most dire of circumstances. SAN Infrastructure for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT Infrastructure and Development,
9/14/2007 3:40:00 PM

Improving Customer Experience with In-store Mobility Technology: Converging Physical and Digital Selling into a Seamless, Cohesive Experience
A superior user experience is created when the digital and physical worlds are connected. This paper describes how a comprehensive mobile point-of-sale (POS) system can serve as the glue that holds together all of the different tangible and digital channels used today by retailers—but within the walls of a physical shopping location. A well-conceived in-store mobility strategy can take advantage of the personalization features of online digital channels, scan and research features of mobile channels, special discounts offered on social channels, and instantly accessible inventory of physical storefronts.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: Improving Customer Experience with In-store Mobility Technology: Converging Physical and Digital Selling into a Seamless, Cohesive Experience Improving Customer Experience with In-store Mobility Technology: Converging Physical and Digital Selling into a Seamless, Cohesive Experience Source: hybris AG Document Type: White Paper Description: A superior user experience is created when the digital and physical worlds are connected. This paper describes how a comprehensive mobile point-of-sale (POS) system can
8/14/2013 2:48:00 PM

Critical Path and NETIAN Strike Strategic Messaging Alliance
NETIAN, South Korea’s largest ISP has selected Critical Path’s Inscribe messaging service to meet the demands of South Korea’s explosive e-mail growth. Critical Path’s Inscribe messaging solution includes e-mail, instant messaging, a homepage builder or HTML editor and bulletin boards.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: Critical Path and NETIAN Strike Strategic Messaging Alliance Critical Path and NETIAN Strike Strategic Messaging Alliance P. Hayes - July 28, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - July 28, 2000 Event Summary Critical Path Inc., the dominant global provider of Internet messaging and collaboration solutions, has announced that NETIAN, the largest Internet Service Provider (ISP) in South Korea, has chosen Critical Path s InScribe Messaging Server with a Korean language web client interface to power messaging
7/28/2000

Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Analytics Foundation to Build a Complete Business Intelligence Solution
In today’s fast-paced, dynamic business environment, organizations need timely, accurate information to make critical decisions about their businesses, and to respond quickly to changes in operations, competition, and customer needs. However, many organizations that have adopted business intelligence (BI) tools to address their informational needs are faced with critical challenges in deriving benefit from these technologies.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: accurate information to make critical decisions about their businesses, and to respond quickly to changes in operations, competition, and customer needs. However, many organizations that have adopted business intelligence (BI) tools to address their informational needs are faced with critical challenges in deriving benefit from these technologies. Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Analytics Foundation to Build a Complete Business Intelligence Solution style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by
4/30/2007 4:49:00 PM

3 Critical Considerations When Choosing Your SCM Solution
TEC SCM research analyst Phil Reney offers three critical considerations to help companies in search for an SCM solution. SCM software selection is a tricky and painful activity for most companies. Why? Despite the plethora of solutions currently available, it may be hard to find one that fits a company’s business model. What should companies do to ensure they are well prepared for choosing the best-fit SCM solution? TEC SCM research analyst Phil Reney offers three critical considerations to help companies in search for an SCM solution.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: 3 Critical Considerations When Choosing Your SCM Solution 3 Critical Considerations When Choosing Your SCM Solution Phil Reney - July 19, 2011 Read Comments Supply chain management (SCM) software selection is certainly tricky and painful on the good days, even for those that have been down the road a few times. Why? Despite the number of vendors offering a plethora of solutions, of different qualities, there are just more business models that need to find a fit (or as close as it gets) than are available
7/19/2011 4:00:00 PM

Serenic Corporation


CRITICAL PHYSICAL: Serenic develops, markets, and supports mission-critical financial management and business operations software for nonprofit organizations, international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and the public sector.

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.

CRITICAL PHYSICAL: 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. 12 Pitfalls of IT Systems Management style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered
12/10/2008 9:21:00 AM


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