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IBM Jumps on the Linux Bandwagon with Both Feet, Sort Of
IBM is refocusing its corporate-wide Internet software efforts around Linux, creating a new Linux Group within the Enterprise Server Division.

antivirus hardware  Jumps on the Linux Bandwagon with Both Feet, Sort Of Event Summary January 10, 2000 12:30 PM ET - IBM is refocusing its corporate-wide Internet software efforts around Linux, a move it hopes will legitimize the open-source movement for large corporations while reviving its own flagging enterprise server business. In the process, IBM has dismantled the four-year-old Internet Division and has established a new Linux group under the Enterprise Server Division. The new group will be headed by former Read More

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Current Trends in Messaging
As electronic communication has grown, geographic boundaries have shrunk, enabling an onslaught of mobile executives.

antivirus hardware  three leading vendors in AntiVirus software and content scanning and filtering. Expect to see the messaging security vertical markets to grow in proportion to the wireless explosion. Trend 4 Impact: The time has come to be proactive in the protection of company data. The messaging system is one of the most vulnerable and accessible services on the network. Take advantage of AntiVirus software servers and save yourself from potentially devastating infection. In addition, implement content filtering to Read More
Red Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens
Red Hat still controls the Linux market, but now it’s getting some competition from SuSE, Caldera, and TurboLinux.

antivirus hardware  Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens Red Hat's Linux Domination Weakens R. Krause - September 13, 2000 Event Summary According to recently figures from IDC, Red Hat was still the #1 distributor of the Linux operating system in 1999 by a wide margin, with a 48% share of the copies shipped. Trailing Red Hat were German vendor SuSE with a 15% share, and Caldera Systems and TurboLinux with 10% each. (See Figure 1) Bringing up the rear were MandrakeSoft (4%) and Corel (1%). Figure 1. A potential area of concern Read More
The AS/400 Takes You Securely Where You Want to Go
This article on the built-in security features of the AS/400 system originally appeared in the Midrange Computing’s Showcase Magazine, June 2000.

antivirus hardware  AS/400 Takes You Securely Where You Want to Go The The AS/400 Takes You Securely Where You Want to Go L. Taylor - June 20, 2000 The following article appeared in Midrange Computing's Showcase Magazine, June 2000. Note: For additional articles by Laura Taylor, click on the Security category in the Research Panels box on the TEC website home page. Event Summary An off-shoot of System/38, the AS/400 was originally going to be called the AS/40. However, purely for marketing purposes, IBM added an extra Read More
Spyware versus Viruses
At first glance, spyware and computer viruses appear to have much in common. But in fact, spyware is a unique challenge. Unlike viruses, the motivation behind

antivirus hardware  from viruses is discoverability. Antivirus vendors are able to deploy passive techniques for identifying new viruses, such as “honey-nets” that capture the malicious programs as they replicate themselves across the Internet. Because antivirus vendors can rely on these more passive research methods, they have not been as prepared for the active approach necessary to combat the unique challenges of spyware detection. In order to maintain a defi nitions database that will effectively defend its users fro Read More
Oracle Splurges on MICROS Systems
Oracle announced its intent to acquire MICROS Systems, Inc., a provider of integrated software and hardware solutions to the hospitality and retail industries

antivirus hardware  Splurges on MICROS Systems Oracle announced its intent to acquire MICROS Systems, Inc. , a provider of integrated software and hardware solutions to the hospitality and retail industries, for approximately $5.3 billion in cash (or $4.6 billion net of MICROS’ cash on hand). MICROS has many of the world’s renowned hotels, food and beverage facilities, and retail brands as customers, and it runs more than 330,000 sites across 180 countries today. The transaction is expected to close in the second Read More
Justification of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into

antivirus hardware  of ERP Investments Part Three: Costs of Implementing an ERP System Enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation costs can be divided into one-time costs and ongoing annual costs. Both types of costs can be segmented into hardware, software, external assistance, and internal personnel. *This is Part Three of a four-part article reprinted from Maximizing Your ERP System by Dr. Scott Hamilton. Bridging the theory and realities of current ERP systems, Maximizing Your ERP System provides Read More
So You Want to Outsource Your Messaging?
One of the primary benefits of outsourcing is the initial negation of 'up-front' costs associated with the implementation of a production system.

antivirus hardware  You Want to Outsource Your Messaging? So You Want to Outsource Your Messaging? November 20, 2000 Product Background Application Service Providers have arisen on the Internet in response to such corporate messaging woes as support expenses, misbehaving application and server down-time. Assuming an organization ports all application functionality to an ASP, the only real concern for internal IT individuals would be ensuring a rich and stable connection to the Internet. ASPs use a Thin Client Read More
QLogic vs. Emulex 4Gb Fibre Channel HBA: Performance in Windows Environment
Organizations need lower ownership costs for hardware. But that’s not all. They also need a protected infrastructure investment, and applications that perform

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Retalix POS Software Company Sold to NCR
US-based retail hardware and software giant NCR has agreed to pay approximately $650 million to acquire Retalix, a retail technology company.NCR management

antivirus hardware  POS Software Company Sold to NCR US-based retail hardware and software giant NCR has agreed to pay approximately $650 million to acquire Retalix , a retail technology company. NCR management is using many elliptical phrases about “strengthening strategy,” “commitment to delivering solutions,” and “improving business processes and enabling experiences,” but there were no clearly stated reasons for the deal. No doubt, Retalix was a bright star on the point-of-sale (POS) software landsca Read More
Top 5 Considerations for Your Next Phone System
All businesses need a phone system, and today’s phone systems are based more on software than hardware. This guide has been prepared to outline the top

antivirus hardware  VoIP, VoIP considerations, VoIP benefits, VoIP features Read More
Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part II
You are about to embark on an important project. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Don’t

antivirus hardware  10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part II Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part II Featured Author - Joseph J. Strub - January 1, 2004 Introduction You are about to embark on an important project. Perhaps the project is implementing an ERP package, getting critical applications ready for the busy season, or setting up a warehouse and inventory for radio frequency operations. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Read More
Data Center Best Practices: Optimizing Service Infrastructure through OS Portability
Today’s data centers are an increasingly complex mixture of server platforms, hardware, operating systems, data, and applications that have accumulated over

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Cobalt Releases Linux
Cobalt Networks, Inc. becomes the latest vendor to jump on the Linux-cluster bandwagon, but does the software they’re touting really qualify as a cluster?

antivirus hardware  Releases Linux Clustering Software Cobalt Releases Linux Clustering Software R. Krause - June 28, 2000 Event Summary In May Cobalt Networks Inc., a provider of server appliances, announced Cobalt StaQware, a high availability clustering solution that ensures the uptime of business critical Web sites and applications. StaQware, which runs on Cobalt's RaQ 3i server appliances, offers 99.99 percent availability and requires no customization or modification to applications. [Source: Cobalt press Read More
Enterprise Impact Simulation - Making It Happen
Before c-commerce bad estimates and unintended impacts were issues businesses managed. Cost and schedule overruns and disruptions to the business caused by IT

antivirus hardware  Impact Simulation - Making It Happen EIS-enabled IT The demand for Enterprise Impact Simulation (EIS) is driven by collaborative commerce, enabled by IT. Businesses engaged in c-commerce run on Internet time. Change-readiness is the watchword. The predictive capabilities of EIS deliver change-readiness. Two specific predictions are particularly relevant to the demands of c-commerce. The first is the accurate prediction of effort and duration for IT projects. The second is the accurate prediction Read More

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