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GLOVIA to be Resuscitated (Hopefully)
Fujitsu Limited announced its intention to acquire 100% ownership of GLOVIA International LLC, a California-based provider of business applications, e-commerce

telecommunications network engineer  automotive, capital equipment, electronics, telecommunications, and industrial products industries. Companies needing software to address mixed-mode manufacturing (Engineer-to-Order through Repetitive), projects and contracts, and service management, may want to include GLOVIA on an initial list of vendors for a particular software selection. However, due to recent staff upheavals, potential clients in North America should conduct thorough research on available resources and reference sites of a regional Read More...
CC&B for Telecommunications Industries
Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions for telecommunications providers typically provide mediation; provisioning; retail rating and billing; reporting; financial systems; packages, discoun...
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Navigating Between Service Management Scylla & Charybdis - Part 3
Part 1 of this series analyzed the phenomenon of the service economy or the increasing importance of the service sector in industrialized economies. Especially

telecommunications network engineer  customer choice. In the telecommunications industry for example, if customers do not like their package or the service they’re receiving, they are usually free to switch to a new supplier without question. Gone are the days when the customer had no choice and was tied to just one supplier. Today’s customers have much freedom when deciding on their supplier of telecommunications, electricity, mobile, broadband, and cable or satellite services. Scheduled appointments. As analyzed in Part 1 , today’s s Read More...
Optiant Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 3
Part 1 of this series analyzed the late-March acquisition of long-struggling inventory optimization (IO) provider Optiant by long well-performing supply chain

telecommunications network engineer  British Petroleum (BP), British Telecommunications (BT), ConAgra, Continental Mills, Electrolux, Farnell InOne, Fastenal Company, Jarden Corporation, L’Oreal, Malt-O-Meal Company, Mercury Marine, McCain Foods, New Balance, Pernod-Ricard, Pfizer, Porsche, Remington Products Company, Rexnord, Shaw Industries, Sigma Aldrich, SKF, Standard Motor Products, Starbucks China, Subaru, Trek Bicycle, Verizon Wireless, Warnaco , and VF Corporation . These customers credit Logility’s products with their increased Read More...
PTC Embarks on Internet of Things Journey via ThingWorx Acquisition
PTC ended 2013 by announcing it had acquired ThingWorx, creators of a platform for building and running applications for the Internet of Things (IoT), for

telecommunications network engineer  leverage the IoT, including telecommunications, utilities, medical devices, agriculture, and transportation, as well as an emerging partner network of IoT-enabled service providers. ThingWorx intends to continue serving this diverse market with senior management continuing to focus on its current path (see video for more info on the company and its products).   Conclusion This move confirms PTC’s dedication to the SLM realm and adds to its earlier acquisitions of Arbortext, 4CS, Servigistics , and Read More...
Scala and Microsoft Become (Not So) Strange CRM Bedfellows Part Two: Market Impact Continued
Microsoft's foray into the CRM arena has not been a bed of roses, despite its indisputably large marketing muscle and R&D investment, its strong channel

telecommunications network engineer  where often the poor telecommunications infrastructure capabilities would prevent a web-deployed system from being used. This concludes part two of a three-part note. Part one detailed the events and began a discussion of the market impact. Part two continued the market impact. Read More...
Network Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving
Network Engines, Inc. is a leading vendor of extremely thin rackmount servers used in the rapidly growing area of web serving. In this note, we examine the

telecommunications network engineer  Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving Vendor Genesis Network Engines, Inc. (NEI) was formed in 1997 as an IP content delivery-focused vendor. The founder was Lawrence Genovesi, who continues to run the company as President. The original product was a multi-processor server targeted at streaming media providers. In 1998, the company shifted its focus to clustered server products, based on the belief that Internet growth would lead to the need for scalable, cost-effective servers. NEI's Read More...
Epicor ERP: Engineer-to-Order (ETO ERP) Competitor Analysis Report
The engineer-to-order (ETO) enterprise resource planning knowledge base supports the requirements of companies that manufacture products based their customers

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Network Access Control (NAC): Planning a Successful Rollout and Implementation
With the emergence of network access control (NAC) technologies, network administrators now have tools to gain critical network understanding. NAC solutions can

telecommunications network engineer  Access Control (NAC): Planning a Successful Rollout and Implementation With the emergence of network access control (NAC) technologies, network administrators now have tools to gain critical network understanding. NAC solutions can contribute significantly to an organization’s business objectives by automatically enforcing network and security policies, preventing network downtimes, maintaining network integrity, and meeting compliance regulations. With this in mind, it’s important to look at Read More...
Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network
With so many sites lacking security, we have put together a list of the leading reasons why businesses and organizations are unable to secure their network. Don

telecommunications network engineer  10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network L. Taylor - May 23, 2000 Introduction If your company is like most, it has neglected to perform basic due diligence in securing its vital assets. How and why does such a critical part of information technology management get overlooked? The amount of excuses we have discovered is endless. Here are some of the best: No one forced us to do it. Our administrators need to use the security holes to Read More...
Next-Generation VoIP Network Architecture
With network operators facing eventual equipment obsolescence in their existing narrowband public switched telephone networks (PSTNs), the Multiservice

telecommunications network engineer  Generation VoIP Network Architecture With network operators facing eventual equipment obsolescence in their existing narrowband public switched telephone networks (PSTNs), the Multiservice Switching Forum (MSF) expects that end-to-end voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) solutions will necessarily replace PSTNs in the medium term. What are the primary issues that must be addressed to define a large-scale VoIP network capable of supporting full PSTN equivalence? Read More...
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

telecommunications network engineer  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. Read More...
Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting for Dummies
InNetwork Monitoring and Troubleshooting for Dummies, you'llget the straight facts on common network performance managementissues and how to go abo...

telecommunications network engineer  Monitoring and Troubleshooting for Dummies Keeping your company's network up and running efficiently can be a complex, difficult task. So here's something to make the job easier. In Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting for Dummies , you'll get the straight facts on common network performance management issues—and how to go about solving them. In the reader-friendly, straight-ahead style the Dummies series is famous for, you'll learn about network visibility, monitoring, and analysis how to Read More...
IP Telephony: Network Evaluation and Risk Assessment Guide
Before engaging with vendors to identify the best solution, you need to perform an evaluation of your network capabilities, and assess the potential impact to

telecommunications network engineer  Telephony: Network Evaluation and Risk Assessment Guide Before engaging with vendors to identify the best solution, you need to perform an evaluation of your network capabilities, and assess the potential impact to your business of a converged network. As with any network implementation, a realistic understanding of what is required to reach your objectives will enable you to ensure a successful transition to enhanced network capabilities. Read More...
BYOD Without Tears: The Impact and Challenge for Network Engineers
Bring your own device (BYOD) is as much a sign of cultural change as it is an indicator of prevailing technology trends. But network performance and security

telecommunications network engineer  Without Tears: The Impact and Challenge for Network Engineers Bring your own device (BYOD) is as much a sign of cultural change as it is an indicator of prevailing technology trends. But network performance and security concerns can arise when employees want to use their personal devices at work. This white paper looks at the challenges of integrating BYOD with corporate networks in a way that BYOD does not compromise connectivity or performance for established wired and wireless users. Read More...
Network Traffic Engineering Guidelines for Fibre Channel Switches
Scalability—or performance? In the past, storage area network (SAN) architects had to choose one over the other with regard to their SANs. Now, however

telecommunications network engineer  Traffic Engineering Guidelines for Fibre Channel Switches Scalability—or performance? In the past, storage area network (SAN) architects had to choose one over the other with regard to their SANs. Now, however, compromise is no longer necessary. Stackable switch solutions allow for seamless scaling and high performance—which means you can breathe as easily as your data transfers. Read More...

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