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U.S. Crypto Laws Relaxed, but Not Enough to Enable Commerce
The revisions the Department of Commerce has announced for U.S. export controls on encryption products will not be enough for U.S. crypto products to gain

who makes federal laws  restrict and track individuals who exploit technology advancements. If approached from a different perspective, U.S. federal agencies could harness the talent and advancements they are hindering, by using appropriate tax dollars to enlist the assistance of expert cryptographers towards a common goal of safety, security, and economic prosperity. It is only after domestic law enforcement agencies learn to work with expert cryptographers, instead of against them, that we will be better able to thwart Read More
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Employee Web Use and Misuse: Companies, Their Employees, and the Internet
The Internet creates new opportunities for mischief—and new challenges for managers. How do you balance individual access with the overall good of the business?

who makes federal laws  Ninety-six percent of employers who block web access are concerned about employees visting adult sites with sexual content. Companies also use URL blocks to stop users from visiting game sites (61%), social networking sites (50%), entertainment sites (27%) ; sports sites (21%) and external blogs (18%) according to the 2007 Electronic Monitoring & Surveillance Survey from American Management Association and The ePolicy Institute. However, completely blocking internet access may not be the right approach Read More
Workforce Scheduling and Optimization: The Missing Link on the Shop Floor?
Today’s manufacturers must be able to promptly cater to customer fluctuations in demand and maintain profitability. With agile workforces, companies have a real

who makes federal laws  sectors, such as retail, wholesale distribution, utilities, government agencies, and health care, they haven’t had an impact on the manufacturing industry. For example, case studies outlining the success of WFM vendors include those for Kronos in retail (see related article ), RedPrairie in retail stores and distribution centers (DCs), and ClickSoftware in varied field service environments (see related article ).  These vendors’ customers have seen drastic improvements in operational efficiencies, Read More
To Tax and Tax Not
Taxation of Internet commerce will be a football that gets tossed around in the United States long after Superbowl 2000 is just a memory. In Singapore, however,

who makes federal laws  in which clicks-and-mortar retailers, who are subject to some taxation, did about as well as pure-play Internet retailers. A proposal for a national sales tax on Internet purchases has been submitted by Senator Ernest Fritz Hollings (D-SC) as the Sales Tax Safety Net and Teacher Funding Act. His bill would require the Federal Government to collect sales taxes on transactions that are currently exempt. Monies collected under this bill would be distributed to states for use in funding education. Read More
Digital Signatures Good from Arctic to Rio Grande
The U. S. Congress passed a bill making digital signatures legal in commerce. Canada's provinces are in the midst of taking the same action

who makes federal laws  of protections for those who retain their fondness for paper. All parties to a contract must agree to the use of electronic record or signatures; as we read the bill they are permitted to use e-mail to establish that agreement. In cases where a law requires that a paper document be provided to a consumer, the consumer must agree by means of a consent that is conspicuous and visually separate from other terms to the use of electronic records, and before giving consent must be presented with the hardware Read More
Q: Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Billionaire? A: Baan -- Foster Care for Its Orphans Needed As Well
Baan Co. interim chief executive Pierre Everaert said he could not rule out a takeover of the troubled Dutch business-management software group. We hereby

who makes federal laws  Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Billionaire? A: Baan -- Foster Care for Its Orphans Needed As Well Event Summary On February 27, Baan Co. interim chief executive Pierre Everaert said he could not rule out a takeover of the troubled Dutch business-management software group. If someone comes along and offers a good price and can assure further growth at Baan, how can I say no?, Everaert said in an interview at the CeBIT trade fair in Hannover, Germany. Everaert took up his post after the departure in January Read More
Even If We Knew Who You Are, We Probably Wouldn’t Tell
Companies specializing in personalization of consumer relationships have formed a consortium and conducted their first research study. The conclusion is that

who makes federal laws  If We Knew Who You Are, We Probably Wouldn’t Tell Even If We Knew Who You Are, We Probably Wouldn't Tell D. Geller - April 26th, 2000 Event Summary Twenty-six companies that have an interest in personalization technology have founded the Personalization Consortium. The companies range from marketing to technology specialists, and have as a major goal developing self-regulation guidelines to avoid government regulation of their industry. Concerns about such regulation have become acute since Read More
To BI or not to BI
Nowadays a company should not even question whether it needs business intelligence (BI) or not. Those who do not have it yet should include it in their future

who makes federal laws  (BI) or not. Those who do not have it yet should include it in their future strategies, while those who do have it should search for ways to make BI work at its full potential. You Don’t Have It Yet? Let's first analyze and understand why a company may not have BI: 1. BI is too expensive If this is what has been preventing you from acquiring BI, it’s not a valid reason. There are free BI tools, such as Jaspersoft , Pentaho , etc. They often come with limitations on the number of licences and reporting Read More
RedPrairie Makes a Smart Turn into SaaS WMS
My attendance of RedPrairie Corporations’ RedShift 2010 user conference (for the first time ever) confirmed what I have long sensed about the company’s

who makes federal laws  Under RedPrairie’s umbrella, customers whose needs change will have the choice of growing with SmartTurn products or migrating to RedPrairie E2e WM,which offers more complexity and customization.  For more information, see Bob Ferrari’s blog post on the acquisition. In light of acquiring SmartTurn for WMS SaaS, I wonder whether RedPrairie is now eyeing LeanLogistics , One Network , or MercuryGate for SaaS TMS? In this case, customers could be offered the choice of utilizing private and public Read More
What Makes Human-centric BPM Different?
Business process management (BPM) is ultimately about people, not technology. While technology enables BPM, it is people who lead, manage, and participate in

who makes federal laws  BPM, it is people who lead, manage, and participate in business processes. However, BPM vendors have not traditionally focused on human-centric needs. A human-centric perspective can transform BPM from a cold automation system into an intuitive, user-friendly tool that eliminates redundancy and accelerates how work gets done. Read More
Federal Screen Selects abas-USA ERP
abas Software AG continues to be an enterprise resource planning (ERP) company that is less known than it deserves to be. Most recently, Federal Screen, a

who makes federal laws  industry-watch, abas, erp, abas-usa, manufacturing, cpq, make-to-order, mto Read More
Data Breach Notification Laws: The Need for Spyware Detection Capability
Security measures that repel spyware attacks are critical to any comprehensive security plan, thanks to laws requiring companies to notify their customers if

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Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance
Complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other labor laws and regulations is a major challenge for employers

who makes federal laws  minor law thresholds, managers who manipulate employee schedules to deal with unplanned absences or unexpected demand can unwittingly schedule employees into illegal shifts. The scheduling of minors during unauthorized periods, or in excess of authorized hours, is a complex activity that requires constant monitoring. With fines of $11,000 per minor rule infraction, even involuntary contraventions come with stiff financial consequences. These financial vulnerabilities extend beyond the fines associated wit Read More
TEC Newsletter, What Makes it Worthy?
Do you still read tech/business industry e-mail newsletters? In the early days of the Web, I remember going to a conference talking about the importance of

who makes federal laws  Newsletter, What Makes it Worthy? Do you still read tech/business industry e-mail newsletters? In the early days of the Web, I remember going to a conference talking about the importance of developing an e-mail newsletter to communicate with customers. Now, many people simply mark the newsletters they receive as spam. A lot of e-mail services automatically mark legitimate newsletters as spam too. Are e-mail newsletters no longer useful as communication or news formats? To publish a successful e-mail Read More

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