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A Spoonful of SugarCRMCase Study and Review of an Open Source CRM Solution
SugarCRM is a rapidly growing open source CRM company with solutions that appeal to a community of enthusiastic users. This study, based on a client who

open source vulnerability  and Review of an Open Source CRM Solution Company Overview SugarCRM is a relatively young company hoping to be the sweet spot on the menu of CRM solutions. Based in San Jose, California (US), the company was founded by John Roberts, Clint Oram, and Jacob Taylor, who brought skills from their backgrounds with E.piphany, BroadVision, Baan, and IBM to the company. SugarCRM provides a number of CRM products, which are based on its open source core product, Sugar Sales . The following study concerns the Read More...
Bullet-proofing Instant Messaging
As more corporations adopt instant messaging (IM), chief information officers (CIOs) and IT managers are learning that it can be a serious source of liability

open source vulnerability  options also available, including open source or free multiservice clients such as Trillian, plus integrated IM/chat facilities in packages such as Skype, OpenZoep, ICQ, Tpad and countless other multi-purpose communications clients. Although details differ, all IM packages offer the following capabilities: Easy IM download, install and setup Easy integration with e-mail clients for contact information, with automatic generation of buddy or friend lists to facilitate messaging with frequent Read More...
Vendor Analysis: Interliant''s Security Vulnerability Assessment
A security vulnerability assessment service is a risk management process. Interliant''s security vulnerability assessment service enables its clients to

open source vulnerability  tools, some commercial, some open source, and some home-grown, which all have strengths in different areas. Their experience has shown that one tool will not accurately identify all vulnerabilities. Additionally, they make use of protocol analyzers, intrusion detection sensors, and port listeners if the situation warrants it. Since all scanning tools turn up false positives from time to time, the first thing Interliant does is to confirm a detected vulnerability. If the customer requests it, they can Read More...
The Need for Vulnerability Management
New network vulnerabilities appear every day due to flaws in software, faulty configuration, and human error. Detecting, removing, and controlling

open source vulnerability  As a scalable and open platform, QualysGuard enables partners to broaden their managed security offerings and expand consulting services. QualysGuard is the widest deployed security on demand solution in the world, performing over 150 million IP audits per year. The privately-held company is headquartered in Redwood Shores, Calif. To learn more about QualysGuard, visit: www.qualys.com . Searches related to The Need for Vulnerability Management : VM | Vulnerability Management | Vulnerability Management Read More...
Vulnerability Management Buyer’s Checklist
Choosing a solution for vulnerability management (VM) is a critical step toward protecting your organization’s network and data. Without proven, automated

open source vulnerability  open-source software? Using free, open source software can be tempting but in the long run, you need to factor in the real costs and overall effectiveness of such a choice. The obvious drawbacks such as questionable quality of code, potential injection of vulnerabilities via untested open source modules, and skimpy training and support should weigh heavily in your decision. Obviously, you still must pay for the traditional costs of using software noted above. Does using commercial VM software offer a Read More...
The Essential Executive Guide to Managing Information Vulnerability
While most information vulnerabilities stem from external intrusion and theft of data, there remains a greater potential for information to be lost, stolen, or

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Compiere Announcement on its Web-Oriented Open Source ERP
I just saw this announcement about Compiere''s 11 new demos. The company is offering a sneak peek of its next generation Web-architecture. While watching the

open source vulnerability  Announcement on its Web-Oriented Open Source ERP I just saw this announcement about Compiere ''s 11 new demos. The company is offering a sneak peek of its next generation Web-architecture. While watching the first demo, I notice it really stresses ease-of-use in the interface. Whether others agree that it''s easy to use or not, I don''t know but, but it is interesting that Compiere publicly asked for feedback in its public forum on the subject. A few days ago I posted about some debates taking place on the Read More...
Network Design: A Sole-source, Service-based Approach
Typically, useful network documentation requires a significant investment in time and effort. But because enterprise networks are in constant flux, many

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Is an Open Source Business Process Management Solution Right for You?
Increased availability of highly functional enterprise open source business process management (BPM) technology is bringing the benefits of BPM solutions within

open source vulnerability  an Open Source Business Process Management Solution Right for You? Increased availability of highly functional enterprise open source business process management (BPM) technology is bringing the benefits of BPM solutions within reach of more companies and projects. If you are considering deploying BPM solutions, but have been daunted by the cost, footprint, risk, lack of flexibility, or complexity of proprietary options, an enterprise open source approach may be just what you are looking for. Download Read More...
Your Guide to Effective Vulnerability Management
With the growing global epidemic of data theft, tougher regulations are being enforced by government bodies worldwide. As such, organizations need to work

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Breathing Open Air at NetSuite
It has been almost two years since NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N) went public and my analysis of that blockbuster initial public offering (IPO) event. Needless to

open source vulnerability  Open Air at NetSuite It has been almost two years since NetSuite Inc. (NYSE: N) went public and my  analysis of that blockbuster initial public offering (IPO) event . Needless to say, much has happened at the bullish software company since.   NetSuite  positions itself as “a leading vendor of on-demand (or  cloud computing ) integrated business management  software suites  for midsized businesses and divisions of large companies.” In other words, contrary to its  software as a service Read More...
Lynx to Donate Advanced Messaging to Linux Open-Source Community
Through the release of Lynx’s Messenger Technology code to the ‘Open-Source’ community they hope to gain a strong foothold in Linux messaging as the operating

open source vulnerability  bodes well with Linux open source developers who generally take kindly to companies who make their software code available for re-tooling, testing, and engineering, and often implementation and use. This news release really only appeals to Linux messaging developers and companies positioned on the Linux fence. Read More...
Vulnerability Management for GLBA Compliance
The security provisions of the US Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) are complex and process-intensive, and non-compliant financial institutions and their officers

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Sun to Make Solaris Source Code Available
Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to make the source code of its Solaris operating system freely available to the public.

open source vulnerability  commitment level to the open-source path is still unclear. This move should increase market growth slightly, primarily for Sun, but also for the general Unix market. Sun''s intent is to get mindshare, from which market share is expected to follow. Although the market in general has been receptive to Linux as an alternative to the Windows hegemony, it is unclear that this will benefit Sun in the short term. In the longer term, this will allow third parties to develop Solaris-based applications more easily Read More...
These Are the Days of Healthy Growth for an Open-source ERP Provider


open source vulnerability  500 initially  free and open source software (FOSS)  customers who have bought something from the vendor (training, docs, add-ons, etc.) About 3,000 companies using xTuple''s PostBooks FOSS product in production (best guess/estimate) Users at about 30,000 companies registered in xTuple''s online community Over 1,000,000 downloads (if anyone cares about that number anymore) In our recent exchange, Ned Lilly said the following: On xTuple''s growth, I think it''s pretty simple—we''ve got a product (and an Read More...

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