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Open Source versus Closed Source (Proprietary) Software
Open Source vs. Closed Source (Proprietary) Software. Acquire Free Guides and IT Reports In Relation To Open Source Software. Do you understand the differences between open source and closed source (proprietary) software? To make an informed decision when choosing between them, you need to know the advantages and disadvantages of each. The main issues in the debate include cost, service and support, innovation, usability, and security. Get a closer look at open source and closed source software solutions so you know what’s right for your needs.

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8/4/2009 6:48:00 AM

Remote Control Software: A Primer
Remote control software allows you to work on a remote computer—located across the hall or around the world—in real time, as if you were using its own keyboard and mouse. And remote solutions can dramatically reduce your cost of supporting client desktops. But before implementing remote software in your company, learn about the various remote capabilities and features you need to consider, including automated scripting.

OSS OPEN SOURCE CONTROL: on a remote computer—located across the hall or around the world—in real time, as if you were using its own keyboard and mouse. And remote solutions can dramatically reduce your cost of supporting client desktops. But before implementing remote software in your company, learn about the various remote capabilities and features you need to consider, including automated scripting. Remote Control Software: A Primer style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT
4/10/2008 11:27:00 AM

Demystifying Network Access Control
Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This incident could cripple any business, but with network access control (NAC) products, companies can rest a little easier. NAC’s ability to measure, enforce, and report on an array of security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations.

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7/25/2007 8:39:00 AM

Inventory (Out of) Control
In a market as competitive as the chemicals industry, providing high quality products to clients quickly and efficiently while meeting the rigorous regulations enforced on chemicals from formulation to shipment is no easy feat. Many companies struggle with sales forecasting and maintaining and tracking inventory. Many chemical manufacturers are turning to enterprise resource planning (ERP) software systems to add business-wide visibility to inventory control and reduce costly downtime.

OSS OPEN SOURCE CONTROL: Deacom ERP, chemicals industry, tracking inventory, inventory, sales forecasting, enterprise resource planning, ERP.
10/2/2013 2:37:00 PM

Halo Rays: Data Aggregation for the Halo Source BI Engine


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7/16/2013 2:51:00 PM

Will MS try the Open Source Gambit with WinCE? Why Not – Nothing Else Seems to Work
In what may be another attempt to gain some kind of foothold in the handheld and embedded-OS market, rumors are floating that Microsoft will open the source code for Windows CE.

OSS OPEN SOURCE CONTROL: Will MS try the Open Source Gambit with WinCE? Why Not – Nothing Else Seems to Work Will MS try the Open Source Gambit with WinCE? Why Not – Nothing Else Seems to Work R. Krause - April 10, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Updated 5:20 AM ET March 17, 2000 By John Spooner and Mary Jo Foley, ZDNet News Feeling pressure from Linux in the embedded-device market, Microsoft Corp. is contemplating giving away Windows CE to some developers for free. The company is unlikely to go so far as to try to claim
4/10/2000

Demand at the Fount of Open Source: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
As we witness the inexorable increase in demand for Free and open source software (FOSS), many organizations have yet to glean the FOSS fundamentals. This series highlights fundamentals for the enterprise as manifested in global customer demand trends.

OSS OPEN SOURCE CONTROL: and open source software (FOSS) concepts for both enterprise software clients and vendors that would like to be let in on the buzz resonating from the FOSS-related change in the software industry. I will address FOSS concepts in two parts. The first concerns the FOSS origin and rapid evolution as manifested in global customer demand trends. The second reviews reasons that enterprise clients and government organizations generate this demand as well as why it should push software providers to continue to
12/30/2005

Warehouse Control Systems: Orchestrating Warehouse Efficiency
You’re probably already familiar with the role of a warehouse management system (WMS). But a warehouse control system (WCS)? In your warehouse, a WCS can play the role of a conductor by ensuring the individual pieces of material-handling equipment—such as conveyors and sorters—perform with harmony, precision, and efficiency. Find out how implementing a WCS execution system can complement your WMS’s planning abilities.

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4/10/2008 1:05:00 PM

The First Steps to Achieving Effective Inventory Control
Despite varying locations and industries, distributors worldwide often face similar inventory-related problems. Too much of one product, not enough of another… and the list goes on. Discover how many forward-thinking distributors have learned to better manage production inventory—and increase efficiency and profitability—with smart inventory management strategies based on tried and proven methods and best practices.

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1/14/2008 6:07:00 PM

Considerations When Comparing Open Source and Appliance-Based Messaging
Open source messaging middleware is an increasingly popular way to provide data distribution functionality inside and outside the datacenter. It can let companies cost-effectively meet relatively simple messaging requirements without the expense of purchasing a commercial messaging platform. It is important to understand the relative strengths and weaknesses of open source and appliance-based messaging in order to choose a platform that meets your short- and long-term needs as cost-effectively as possible. This white paper gives points to consider when evaluating open source messaging and a set of questions and answers to aid in identifying the right solution.

OSS OPEN SOURCE CONTROL: needs as cost-effectively as possible. This white paper gives points to consider when evaluating open source messaging and a set of questions and answers to aid in identifying the right solution. Considerations When Comparing Open Source and Appliance-Based Messaging style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Data Warehousing,   Database Administration,   Content Distribution,   Data and Application Distribution Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Ke
12/4/2012 11:23:00 AM

TEC Talks to OpenMFGFree and Open Source Software Business ModelsPart Two: OpenMFG
TEC spoke with the President and Chief Executive Officer of OpenMFG, Edward L. Lilly, Jr., to find out how OpenMFG is leveraging commodity Free and open source software platforms to more cost-effectively deliver its own ERP solution.

OSS OPEN SOURCE CONTROL: is for proprietary ones. Possibly this is related to a focus not on selling software as a product but rather on paid consulting and development engagements around the software. I don t know whether you subscribe to that theory or not, but how are customers finding you, how does business flow in? Would you agree that in a lot of these cases the onus is more on the customer to do the presales, to figure out the functionality? NL : Any software company that wants to succeed still has to market itself. We re
9/8/2004


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