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Should Your ERP Meal Plan Include the McCloud?
I have observed the enterprise software industry over a number of years, conducting research and reading tons of publications on ERP and other enterprise

renting  analogies as owning versus renting a car or owning versus renting a house used to talk about on-premises versus cloud-hosted solutions, but in my opinion comparisons like these don’t reflect reality accurately enough to be valid. I’ve come up with a couple of analogies of my own that I think better reflect the nature of cloud computing, specifically cloud-based multitenant business applications, as they are often regarded as the quintessence of a cloud offering, promising notable advantages in most Read More...
Hosted Hosting: Should Service Providers Go Hosted?
Hosted services can offer a sound solution for small and medium businesses requiring safe and reasonably priced platforms. Applying the same concept at a higher

renting  services providers leasing or renting virtual real estate for the services they provide in order to lower their initial investments or subsequent upgrade costs. Learn more about “hosted hosting,” the new breed of hosting services. Read More...
Lotus Announces Upcoming Release of ASP Solution Pack
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 26, 1999 -- At ISPCON''99, IBM''s Lotus Development Corp. today announced the ASP Solution Pack, a hosted applications offering that

renting  months on an application renting decision, as cheaper and more functional ASP solutions from a broader set of vendors will be delivered within that timeframe. Read More...
Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 2: Event Summary Continued
Oracle continues respond to the changing requirements of the market, by addressing the need for Wireless Internet support, application servers, and expanded ASP

renting  into its strategy of renting software to customers over Web. Oracle hopes to build annual revenue from hosting business from ~$50 million now to $1 billion by 2006. Oracle made its first foray into hosted software when it launched its Business Online division at the end of 1998. The unit was renamed Oracle.com and renamed again recently as Oracle E-Business Suite (OEBS) Online . So far, Oracle reportedly has 200 companies renting its software over the Web. The aim is to convert 25% of its 12,000 Read More...
Enterprise Applications--The Genesis and Future, Revisited Part Six: Looking to the Future
Unless all the functional modules have access to and use the same data in near real-time, unless all processes are fully integrated (so that, for example a

renting  its own intranet or renting it via an application service provider (ASP) . It is apparent that lately ERP has been redefined as a platform for enabling e-business globally. Originally focused on automating the internal processes of an enterprise, ERP systems have begun to include customer and supplier-centric processes as well, having thereby become universal business applications that encompass front-office; business intelligence; and e-commerce or supply chain management. Given the mere ERP moniker Read More...
PeopleSoft - Are Business Intelligence and e-Commerce Enough?
PeopleSoft is currently developing the PeopleSoft Business Network (PSBN), which should incorporate business transactions, knowledge and analytical tools within

renting  technology, and possibly through renting options with Application Service Providers (ASP) partners, like USinternetworking and Corio. Use direct sales force to increase penetration into existing customer base, mainly by offering new analytical Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) applications and e-business supply chain (PSBN) components. Expand global presence (distribution, sales, services and support), primarily by leveraging qualified local indirect channels. J.D Edwards and MAPICS would be good Read More...
Not Your Mother’s Portal
Radnet’s PortalworkX™ provides an elegant solution to a class of problems you knew you had, but thought you’d have to solve by hacking up other products that do

renting  economies of scale in renting facilities, catering, and assigning support staff to cover the events. Initially, the only interest was in a vehicle for coordinating these events, and the company quickly implemented a PortalworkX solution. However, once the sales force heard about the new system, they realized that it solved one of their problems: they had never been completely informed about marketing activities in their regions. Although the system was initially built for the Marketing department, it was Read More...
Buyer’s Guide: Managed Hosting Services
Hosting a Web site in-house can be expensive, as it requires the necessary hardware and software and power and security precautions@not to mention the cost of

renting  but the cost of renting and maintaining them can run high over the long term. Checklist: What to Ask Before You Buy Before you sign up with any hosting provider, you should take the time to ask the following questions. They will help you determine not only whether colocation or dedicated-server services are right for you, but also if the provider can meet your particular needs. Do I have the hardware and software I need to host my site? If you don t, ask if the hosting provider has the specs you need. Do Read More...
Content as a Service: a New Model for E-learning Content Delivery
How can a company ensure that users are taking the “right” course if they do not identify and understand their strategy for content delivery? Can content be

renting  far from the case. Renting or buying content storage space is analogous to purchasing a DVD rack to store DVDs. The rack houses all of the DVD''s but does nothing to help with the end user viewing or consuming the movie. To fully enjoy the movie experience, you need, at a minimum, a DVD player. Your viewing experience can be enhanced if you also have HD TV, or surround sound stereo, which are all part of the movie delivery (far beyond just storage). When this analogy is applied to content, a new model evol Read More...
Xchange Adds To The List Of CRM Point Solutions'' Casualties Part Two: Market Impact & User Recommendations
Why has it been so difficult for CRM point solution providers to even find a white knight, which has not generally been the case with even ancient ERP products?

renting  its own intranet or renting it via an application service provider (ASP). Further, the leading ERP vendors have incorporated CRM, SCM, e-procurement and business intelligence (analytic) modules by developing them in-house, by acquisition or through strategic partnerships with the best-of-breed vendors. Both large customer base (i.e., recurring revenue) and incremental products enhancements will have favored ERP vendors'' longevity in the market, which has not been the benefit of CRM weaklings. Many of them Read More...
Information/Internet Appliances
Information appliances, also called Internet or PC appliances, are a new market that appeal to those customers who want to reduce their desktop hardware

renting  that it will start renting software meshes very well with the Internet appliance and Application Service Provider (ASP) model. We believe a large part of this growth will be driven by a herd mentality, catalyzed by: (1) financial managers looking for a PC infrastructure cost magic bullet ; and (2) Microsoft pushing the rental model for application software such as Microsoft Office. We do not believe this is due to this computing model being fundamentally better than the existing model(s). Market Scenario Read More...

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