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Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger
It is startling how much has changed in Oracle’s applications business during the last two years. Oracle is indisputably the most reformed applications vendor

internet reality  come until interruptions and Internet instability are tremendously curbed. Like its direct competitors, Oracle should also carefully reevaluate its product migration strategy from current product instances (10.7 and earlier), in order not to alienate and disillusion its customer base. Uncertain Market Acceptance of Oracle's 'One-Stop Shop' Mantra : While Oracle's 'one-stop' shop mantra is a compelling message, other established players, such as SAP, J.D. Edwards, and PeopleSoft will not sit still - they Read More

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Mobile Supply Chain Management: The Dream Is Becoming a Reality
Mobile computing is changing the way companies manage their entire business. The development of ultra-portable computing devices is geared to support a slew of

internet reality  calls through voice over Internet protocol ( VoIP ), and gradually more models come with front-facing cameras for video conferencing . Their battery life ranges wildly from 4 to 12 hours, while thickness ranges from 0.5 to 0.75 inches and weight ranges from 0.5 to 1.5 pounds. Another perk for the iPad, Research In Motion ’s (RIM’s) Playbook , and tablets running on OS Android 2.2 (and up) is the remote wipe capability—the ability to remotely wipe all data and reset to factory settings a device that Read More
SAP - A Humble Giant From The Reality Land? Part 1: Alliances
During its international e-business conference, SAPPHIRE, SAP displayed a bullish attitude, contradicting the current market malaise. Expanding outside its

internet reality  because it has no Internet market place product without Commerce One's partnership. Therefore, as part of the increased investment, SAP pledged to limit its stake to 23% and not to attempt a takeover without approval by the Commerce One board. This concludes Part One of a five-part note on recent developments covered by the SAPPHIRE e-business conference. Part Two will cover the Expanding Functionality of SAP. Read More
NextGen Health Care: How Technology Can Help Make Consumer-directed Health Care a Reality
Software technologies can provide a single point of entry for prospects and health plan providers to educate new or renewing prospects on the full value of each

internet reality  wireless devices over the Internet. Connectivity between external applications and systems to pass information is provided. The reporting and analytics features are accessed from a single point of entry. The solution makes multiple preference-rich prospect leads available to agents at any time. The need for duplicate data entry is minimized. Prospect preferences collected at the point of sale are kept in synchrony with the information being analyzed for advertising, marketing, and product development. Read More
The Art Of Distributed Development Of Multi-Lingual Three-Tier Internet Applications
In this article we describe author's experience with the distributed development of multi-lingual three-tier Java/ CORBA/database Internet applications. We

internet reality  Development Of Multi-Lingual Three-Tier Internet Applications Introduction In this article we describe the author's experience with the unconventional development of Internet applications. They were developed for a Suisse bank as a joint cooperation between the author located in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and a Suisse software development company. The software was developed in a distributed fashion without any physical access to the production site. Due to the very strict bank's security rules, previously Read More
Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application
Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years

internet reality  Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years, packaged software, despite high up-front and recurring costs, has been a must-have. However, business professionals are beginning to recognize a more efficient approach to their software needs: the smart client. Read More
IBM Unveils New Technology to Address the Internet of Things
IBM has introduced a new appliance designed to help organizations to communicate with millions of mobile devices and sensors around the world. The new offering

internet reality  Technology to Address the Internet of Things IBM has introduced a new appliance designed to help organizations to communicate with millions of mobile devices and sensors around the world. The new offering is called IBM MessageSight and will be able to communicate with and gather information from devices varying from mobile phones and tablets to automobiles to house appliances. IBM MessageInsight is built using IBM’s Message Queuing Telemetry Transport Technology (MQTT), which enables it to process Read More
Fighting Cybercrime on the Internet
Excerpts from a presentation on cybercrime by Laura Taylor, TEC Director of Security Research for the E-Gov 2000 Conference sponsored by SAIC on July 10, 2000

internet reality  Cybercrime on the Internet Fighting Cybercrime on the Internet L. Taylor - July 18, 2000 Introduction This note is based on a presentation on cybercrime by Laura Taylor, TEC Director of Security Research for the E-Gov 2000 Conference sponsored by SAIC on July 10, 2000 at the Washington Convention Center. Note : Portions of this note are excerpted from the presentation, other parts are explanatory text to relate this information to the Technology community serviced by the TEC web site. Information Read More
Development of an Internet Payment Processing System
This article describes the author's experience with the development of the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. The system's architecture is very

internet reality  of an Internet Payment Processing System Introduction Early in 1999, the author was asked by E-Bank ( http://www.e-bank.co.yu ), one of his clients, to develop the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. This client is a Yugoslav payment processing company that uses BankWorks software by RS2 Software Group ( http://www.rs2group.com ) to process transactions made at ATMs (Automatic Teller Machines) and POS (Point Of Sale) terminals. Developing an internet payment processing system in Y Read More
Oracle Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth
Oracle is one of the first software companies to implement the Internet computing model for developing and deploying enterprise software across its entire

internet reality  Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth Vendor Summary Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Oracle Corporation is the No.1 database software vendor with approx. 50% market share, and is the world's second largest independent software company (after Microsoft). Oracle is also the second largest ERP vendor (after SAP) with $2.1 billion revenue in 1998 (approx. 12% of global ERP market), and 6000 installations worldwide. It maintains a presence in 145 countries, with more Read More
The Benefits of CRM Internet Architecture
One of the most important aspects of any business management application, including CRM applications, is its underlying architecture. An application’s

internet reality  Benefits of CRM Internet Architecture One of the most important aspects of any business management application, including CRM applications, is its underlying architecture. An application’s customizability, adaptability, portability, scalability, and extensibility are all functions of its architecture. A well-designed architecture will thus accommodate growth and adapt to business changes—without affecting the performance of the application or requiring an exhaustive re-implementation. Read More
Application Access over the Internet: Cloud Computing Service for Higher Education
Wipro completed a research project to understand how application and desktop virtualization technology can be best harnessed for the needs of higher education

internet reality  Access over the Internet: Cloud Computing Service for Higher Education Wipro completed a research project to understand how application and desktop virtualization technology can be best harnessed for the needs of higher education and compare traditional systems integration implementation approach with a cloud computing model. The team conducted in-depth interviews with a set of colleges and universities that have considered, piloted, or already deployed such solutions. This document is a Read More
Web-enabled Applications and the Internet: Satisfying the Growing Expectations of Business Users
Businesses today are increasingly committed to Web-enabled applications as a cost-effective way of delivering critical business solutions. But as more and more

internet reality  and availability across the Internet must be realized by the early movers in order to maintain their lead. With the deployment of advanced products and services, this can be achieved. Read More
Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena
Dell Computer Corp. has announced that it is taking orders for its new Webpc, Dell's first product from its Web Products Group, and its first foray into the

internet reality  Jumps Into Internet PC Arena Event Summary 11/30/99 - Dell Computer Corp. announced the Webpc, which features an Intel Celeron 433 megahertz processor, a 15-inch monitor, a printer and one year of DellNet Internet service. Prices for the new computers start at $999. In a press release Tuesday, the company said the Webpc is the first product from its Web Products Group and is part of its strategy of embracing the Internet in every facet of its business. This marks Dell's entry into the market of Read More

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