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Engineering Group
Founded in 1980, Engineering Group is a group of consulting and services companies specialized according to market segment or line of business. The Engineering

engineering  Group Founded in 1980, Engineering Group is a group of consulting and services companies specialized according to market segment or line of business. The Engineering Group has 11 companies, 40 branches in Italy and abroad, more than 6,300 IT professionals, and one of Europe's largest data centers for outsourcing at Pont Saint Martin (Italy). Read More...
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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...
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Social Engineering Can Thwart the Best Laid Security Plans
There are a lot of different social engineering techniques, but they all have the same basic idea. The trick behind social engineering is to get the user to

engineering  Engineering Can Thwart the Best Laid Security Plans Introduction    It's been my experience that a lot of IT professionals don't like to talk about social engineering. Perhaps they don't view it as a credible threat, or maybe they have a hard time accepting the idea that all of their hard work and countless hours spent securing the network could be so easily undone by the act of an end user answering an innocent question. What ever the reason, social engineering is a very real threat that needs Read More...
Requirements Engineering for Software Engineers
This paper presents an introduction to the discipline of requirements engineering in a form tailored for software engineers. Requirements engineering is the

engineering  Engineering for Software Engineers This paper presents an introduction to the discipline of requirements engineering in a form tailored for software engineers. Requirements engineering is the process of turning the unstructured requests of stakeholders into useful requirements, and can be an engineering discipline as rigorous and involved as software architecture. This paper attempts to provide a brief tutorial in order to improve the overall level of requirements used for software projects. Read More...
Dyer Engineering Replaces Existing Solution with Epicor ERP
Dyer Engineering, a UK-based sub-contract fabrication and specialist engineering company, has apparently selected the Epicor next-generation enterprise

engineering  Engineering Replaces Existing Solution with Epicor ERP Dyer Engineering, a UK-based sub-contract fabrication and specialist engineering company, has apparently selected the Epicor next-generation enterprise resourcing planning (ERP) solution to replace its existing local ERP solution. Dyer Engineering claims to have always been an early adopter of advanced technology, and the company has used its existing ERP solution since 1999. While ERP is already embedded in all departments there were areas of Read More...
Aspen Technology Evolves Into Digital Marketplace Provider
Founded in 1981 as a developer of computer-aided chemical engineering software, Aspen’s growth has resulted in a wide variety of applications for management and

engineering  Evans, then a chemical engineering professor at MIT, was made the principal investigator for the project and later enlisted chemical engineers Joseph Boston and Herbert Britt. In 1981, the trio formed Aspen Technology to develop and market computer-aided chemical engineering software to process manufacturers. Aspen's first applications supported simulation and design for the process manufacturing industry. In contrast to discrete manufacturing, process manufacturing involves a combination of complex chemi Read More...
Network Engineering to Support the Bandwidth Manager Architecture
Network-level behaviors can impact the determinism of call admission control decisions for a particular bandwidth management deployment. However, different

engineering  Engineering to Support the Bandwidth Manager Architecture Network-level behaviors can impact the determinism of call admission control decisions for a particular bandwidth management deployment. However, different network routing and forwarding models can have different impacts when used in conjunction with the bandwidth manager. We examine these models, considering their ability to provide the deterministic admission control capabilities available within the public switched telephone network (PSTN) Read More...
PTC Updates Its Retail PLM Solution
Contrary to its archrivals, Dassault Systèmes and Siemens PLM Software, PTC targets various lines of business (e.g., engineering, service, manufacturing

engineering  lines of business (e.g., engineering, service, manufacturing, sourcing/supply chain, etc.) with its product portfolio rather than via dedicated vertical industry teams and offerings. One exception would be retail, where PTC has, for about a decade (after the Aptavis Technology acquisition in 2005), been offering an astute product lifecycle management (PLM) and supply chain management (SCM) solution called PTC Windchill FlexPLM . This sector is one of the fastest growing at PTC, although not one of the Read More...
Taming the SOA Beast - Part 1
Certainly, I admit to not being a programmer or a techie expert (not to use somewhat derogatory words like “geek” or “nerd”) per se. Still, my engineering

engineering   per se. Still, my engineering background and years of experience as a functional consultant should suffice for understanding the advantages and possible perils of service oriented architecture (SOA). On one hand, SOA’s advantages of flexibility (agility), components’ reusability and standards-based interoperability have been well publicized . On the other hand, these benefits come at a price: the difficulty of governing and managing all these mushrooming “software components without borders”, Read More...
E-collaboration for Global Engineering
Electronics enterprises must respond to business drivers such as reduced time to market, technological innovation, and distributed operations and cost control

engineering  collaboration for Global Engineering Electronics enterprises must respond to business drivers such as reduced time to market, technological innovation, and distributed operations and cost control to remain competitive. Effective collaboration among internal engineering and manufacturing, as well as external suppliers and distributors, requires great effort. But an engineering collaboration solution can help teams work together in real time. Learn how. Read More...
Xoriant Corporation
Xoriant Corporation is a software product engineering and services company, serving large enterprise software companies as well as mature technology start-ups

engineering  is a software product engineering and services company, serving large enterprise software companies as well as mature technology start-ups. We offer a flexible blend of onsite, offsite and offshore services from our seven global delivery centers with over 1500 software professionals. Xoriant has deep client relationships spanning over 20 years with various clients ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies. Read More...

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