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Usability
Poor usability leads to irritation and fatigue and it has an adverse impact on the usage experience. In an on-line shopping web site, it can lead to loss of revenues. Poor usability in business applications leads to increased help desk costs. On the other hand, better usability makes our usage experience more fun and can increase productivity. A highly usable on-line shopping web site tempts repeat visits, builds customer loyalty, and increases its revenue-earning potential.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: Usability Usability S. Ketharaman - February 15, 2004 Read Comments Introduction There have been several reasons given over the years to explain the success of Microsoft s software products. Rarely has usability featured in these discussions. Many of us would recall how painful it was to draw a table in WordStar or WordPerfect . Microsoft Word made it simple, intuitive and fun to draw tables. The same goes for text formatting, mail merge, envelope printing, and so on. Extra wide screens in many software
2/15/2004

Making Technology Pay
The one thing you can count on today in business is change, whether it’s customers, business models, or the pace of business. To manage change, companies rely on technology. But the most effective management control and optimization of company performance can be achieved only if you have the right systems. Discover how an integrated system can help you manage data and make better decisions, for a more successful company.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: Making Technology Pay Making Technology Pay Source: Anglia Business Solutions Document Type: White Paper Description: The one thing you can count on today in business is change, whether it’s customers, business models, or the pace of business. To manage change, companies rely on technology. But the most effective management control and optimization of company performance can be achieved only if you have the right systems. Discover how an integrated system can help you manage data and make better
8/21/2008 5:23:00 AM

IBI + IBM = EAI
The latest entrant in the race to support IBM's MQSeries Integrator Version 2 is Information Builders (IBI) with its Middleware Technology Group's 'Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator'. The product provides SQL access to over 80 different data sources, and should prove a good fit with MQSI. In addition, IBI has announced support for IBM’s WebSphere Application Server.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: IBI + IBM = EAI IBI + IBM = EAI M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Event Summary Information Builders (IBI) , has announced support for IBM s (NYSE: IBM) MQSeries Integrator Version 2 via IBI s Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator product. The combination of the two products provides application support on over 35 different platforms and over 120 relational, non-relational, transaction, and application sources. Information Builders has worked with IBM to
12/14/2000

What’s in a Name?
Hewlett-Packard, following a path recently trod by IBM, has decided to maintain a single 'e-PC' product name, eliminating the e-Vectra and e-Brio names.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: What’s in a Name? What’s in a Name? R. Krause - October 23, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - October 23, 2000 Event Summary On October 9, Hewlett-Packard announced that it will forgo the creation of an e-Brio line of e-PC products for small business, and instead lump the e-Vectra and e-Brio lines under the SMB e-PC banner. HP s e-PCs are small, stripped-down versions of the standard desktop machine, competing in the same market as Compaq s iPAQ and IBM s NetVista products. Currently, the standard
10/23/2000

Dell Drops WebPC
Dell Computer Corporation has decided to drop its 'WebPC' appliances, with somewhat less fanfare than was created for its November, 1999, announcement.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: Dell Drops WebPC Dell Drops WebPC R. Krause - August 1, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - August 1, 2000 Event Summary Dell Computer Corporation has decided to stop selling the WebPC, Dell s attempt to break into the nascent Internet appliance consumer market. Dell blamed disappointing sales and component shortages for its decision. Originally announced in November, 1999, with a starting price of $999, the WebPC went through a round of price cutting in March, 2000, dropping the base price to $799 - still
8/1/2000

The ERP Ecosystem
Three major parties (vendors, consulting services, and adopting organizations) are identified in the ERP ecosystem, in which different parties need different key success factors. This article also discusses some challenges that may have an impact on the ERP ecosystem.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: The ERP Ecosystem The ERP Ecosystem Yu (Kurt) Chen - December 5, 2008 Read Comments Considering the short life cycles of many things we experience these days, enterprise resource planning (ERP) has a long history, if we trace it back to the advent of inventory management and control systems in the 1960s. After forty years of development, ERP has grown to an industry with over $30 billion (USD) in application revenue (AMR Research, 2007), with an ecosystem that has grown to a mature level allowing every
12/5/2008

About Big Data
TEC analyst Jorge Garcia discusses the key issues surrounding big data, the different ways to manage it, and the major vendors offering big data solutions. There may not be a consensus with respect to just how big

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: About Big Data About Big Data Jorge García - November 18, 2011 Read Comments There is no general consensus with respect to how big big data is—some companies deal with data volumes in the order of terabytes or even petabytes—but not many people will disagree that managing these huge amounts of data represents a challenge. It’s fair to say that we’re dealing with big data when traditional relational databases and systems are no longer sufficient. Things as simple as data storage and movement
11/18/2011 2:08:00 PM

Blue Coat WebFilter Technology
According to Symantec, 40 percent of malicious attacks target your browser. With Web content threats quickly on the rise, there’s an opportunity for businesses to enhance their Web filtering strategies. Enforcing appropriate use policy and providing robust Web content security, however, requires a dynamic filtering solution that can mitigate a variety of content security threats—not only today but in the future as well.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: Blue Coat WebFilter Technology Blue Coat WebFilter Technology Source: Blue Coat Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: According to Symantec, 40 percent of malicious attacks target your browser. With Web content threats quickly on the rise, there’s an opportunity for businesses to enhance their Web filtering strategies. Enforcing appropriate use policy and providing robust Web content security, however, requires a dynamic filtering solution that can mitigate a variety of content security
11/16/2007 6:38:00 PM

IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops, will now cover the whole range, including newly-released models for home and business.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: IBM PC Line Redrawn IBM PC Line Redrawn R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Event Summary 9/14/2000 [Source: IBM] IBM has added new models to its NetVista PC family, completing the desktop PC model transition begun earlier this year. The activity continues IBM s Edge of Network initiative, with devices designed from the ground up for fast, high-bandwidth Internet access, easy set-up and simplified use. Additions include: New Netvista desktop systems New data
9/27/2000

Way To Go, Ross Systems!
Although Ross Systems today is merely a shadow of a once solid profitable vendor, its embattled management deserves accolades for tenacity and pulling off a third consecutive profitable quarter, thereby remaining in the race.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ARTICLES: Way To Go, Ross Systems! Way To Go, Ross Systems! P.J. Jakovljevic - October 23, 2001 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - October 23, 2001 Event Summary On September 17, Ross Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ROSS), a provider of ERP and e-business solutions for mid-market process manufacturers, announced a profit of $0.4 million for its fourth fiscal quarter, which ended June 30, 2001. The results represent a $5.5 million improvement over the prior year s quarter (See Figure 1). Nonetheless, total revenues for the
10/23/2001


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