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Top 7 Considerations for Your Wireless Network
Learn the right way to install or upgrade a WLAN in Top 7 Considerations for Your Wireless Network.

how to secure a wireless network  get solid advice on how to proceed—and avoid common mistakes. Make sure your company''s wireless network is secure, efficient, and cost-effective. Download your PDF copy of Top 7 Considerations for Your Wireless Network today! For assistance, please contact customer service. Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST. Phone: +1 514-954-3665, ext.367. Read More...
7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation
Enterprises of all sizes are adopting Internet protocol (IP) telephony for cost savings and productivity gains—but high quality voice service takes more than

how to secure a wireless network  between sites '' and how much is needed to support the anticipated number of voice calls. Define the number of connections between sites and understand how much WAN throughput is necessary. IP telephony can be deployed over shared or dedicated WAN circuits as well as over an IP managed services. When connecting small offices or home offices, DSL can be used. Dedicated WAN circuits such as T-1 and T-3 will deliver the highest quality service. Managed IP services are becoming a popular alternative to Read More...
The Middle Kingdom - From Wired to Wireless
Confused about RFID middleware? RFID middleware has a critical role to play in cleaving together and clarifying the signals and intelligence, bidirectionally

how to secure a wireless network  data standards out there. How will middleware logic integrate and interpret to the miniature sensing devices, and interpret smell, spoilage, etc? There is huge power in the physical/sensing attributes of this technology—yet to be developed. All this is pretty cool stuff. And somewhere in your RFID stack all this work will need to get done. Ironically, the middleware applications in the market don''t necessarily do all of this. (We will talk about that soon.) What Will Business Do with The Data? Read More...
Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the “Control” in Network Access Control
Access control is more than just checking devices for malware before admitting them to a network. Identity-based network access control (NAC) looks at the

how to secure a wireless network  provide unprecedented flexibility in how administrators choose to remediate any of the issues detected on the network. Each zone represents a level of risk, as opposed to reflecting the existing segmentation of the network. For example, a contractor accessing the network through a device that doesn''t have adequate anti-virus protection can be placed in a quarantine and remediation zone, providing the ability for the user to take appropriate measures to meet the minimum requirements for access. Likewise, Read More...
The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

how to secure a wireless network  groups come to understand how to write applications that perform well over the WAN. Table 4.1, for example, depicts the results of a lab test that was done using a WAN emulator to quantify the affect that WAN latency would have on an inquiry-response application that has a target response time of 5 seconds. Similar tests can be run to quantify the affect that jitter and packet loss have on an application.   Network Latency Measured Response Time 0 ms 2 seconds 25 ms 2 seconds 50 ms 2 seconds 75 ms 2 Read More...
A Tale of a Few Good SCM Players - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog post series followed the progress of Manhattan Associates from its inception in 1990 throughout the mid-2000s. During this time, Manhattan

how to secure a wireless network  into prospects'' operations and show with their own numbers where RedPrairie solutions can save them costs and generate the greatest ROI. The vendor’s teams have also used this with existing customers to demonstrate where adding addition capabilities can extend the value and ROI of their RedPrairie investment. Along similar lines is MORE or Manhattan’s Optimized Roadmap to Excellence program. But the gist of the matter is that JDA and RedPrairie are able to support more SCM roles with their solution Read More...
Vox Populi: What Does a Day in the Life of a Regular Business User Look Like?
Vox populi is Latin for “voice of the people”– in broadcasting and television, they use the

how to secure a wireless network  applications as opposed to how it would look if you decided to use their solutions. Here’s an example (tongue-in-cheek for the purposes of exposition): If you don’t have the software… 1. … your car will not start in the morning, 2. … and you will be late for the monthly meeting with your boss… 3. … and you can therefore say goodbye to your promotion… 4. … which makes you forget about lunch with your spouse… 5. …. who gets upset and gives you a “lecture” on the phone 6. (while Read More...
Facing A Selection? Try A Knowledge-Based Matchmaker Part 3: Comparing Three ERP Vendors
This part illustrates how selecting the right ERP product depends on each client''s requirements. Epicor, QAD, and Ramco Systems'' rank can change with different

how to secure a wireless network  a four-part tutorial on how to effectively streamline the ERP selection process.   Part 4 illustrates how, by changing the selection criteria, the vendor''s scores will change. Read More...
A SaaS Start-up Cautionary Tale: The Makana Experience (Or: How You Can Create a Great Product and Still Hit the Wall)
Great products and a growing customer base are not enough to succeed in the SaaS ICM marketplace. Find out why Makana, a startup SaaS vendor, found it difficult

how to secure a wireless network  need to sell, and how much?” question. Sales ICM, to answer the “How am I going to be rewarded?” question. Monitoring and analysis, to answer the “What’s going on?” and “What to expect?” questions. The Gartner report goes on to say that SPM as a concept should help organizations to systematically refine planning for sales targets, allocate opportunities equitably, enhance communications regarding expectations and rewards to all involved parties, and more effectively encourage desired Read More...
Software as a Service: A Cheaper, Faster Way to Access Applications
The dismal economy hasn''t been bad news for all segments of the IT industry. The market for applications delivered in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is

how to secure a wireless network  as a Service: A Cheaper, Faster Way to Access Applications The dismal economy hasn''t been bad news for all segments of the IT industry. The market for applications delivered in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is increasing thanks to customers who seek better/more targeted functionality, quicker deployment/access, lower up-front and ongoing cost, and ease of use. Learn why SaaS has a history of thriving in down cycles, and what to look for in a SaaS solution. Read More...
Q: Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Billionaire? A: Baan -- Foster Care for Its Orphans Needed As Well
Baan Co. interim chief executive Pierre Everaert said he could not rule out a takeover of the troubled Dutch business-management software group. We hereby

how to secure a wireless network  is hard to envisage how it can survive without being taken over. The company has little hope of regaining, under its own steam, the customers and share price it has lost. It is nonetheless an ungrateful job to speculate who would be the most likely buyer willing to inherit Baan''s dowry. The overriding problem has been the gradual emergence of a negative aura around the company. This has led to a downward spiral that has become uncontrollable, as viability of the vendor is of utmost importance in the ERP Read More...
A Quiet ERP Vendor Merger That’s Worth a Closer Look
The CMS Software-XKO Software merger into Solarsoft Business Solutions offers proof that smaller enterprise resource planning vendors are not extinct yet

how to secure a wireless network  . Part two discusses how CMS''s (now Solarsoft) ERP software solutions provide electronic data interchange (EDI), traceability with its Bar Code Labeling/Serialization module, as well as warehousing, distribution, and other supply chain features and functions. For more information and to start your own custom solution comparison, please visit TEC''s Enterprise Resource Planning Evaluation Center Read More...
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)-A Critical Component of Enterprise Business Intelligence (BI)
The wise enterprise recognizes the need for objective metrics and measurements and for its users to establish metrics to monitor and manage results at every

how to secure a wireless network  of the enterprise. See how. Read More...

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