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In college, there were usually two types of professors when it came to grading essay papers: the one’s who knew so much they could never be satisfied with an undergrad’s missives; and the one’s that preferred dry, regurgitative, tell-it-to-me-like-I-told-it-to-you essays.
Microsoft Great Plains is the definite stake for Microsoft Business Solutions for the US market.
SAP and Microsoft are jointly developing and planning to offer a new product, code-named “Mendocino”.
New Scientist: “Twice a week, Shel Holtz and Neville Hobson co-host an internet radio talk show. No big deal. What is a big deal is that Holtz lives in California while Hobson lives in the Netherlands.
People ask me what the software industry’s future is. All I do is look around this hospital room (which is in one of the richest hospitals in the world) and I see tons of opportunities.
IBM announced a watershed moment in the storage industry, surpassing 1,000 customers who have simplified their infrastructure with IBM’s data virtualization software.
Hot Banana Software Inc., a leading North American Web Content Management System (CMS) company, has announced that Parents’ Action For Children has become the latest Hot Banana Web Site to go live.
The rise of the internet has given businesses a new way to think and function on both the individual level and as a whole.
The title of “software engineer” has got to be among the most highly abused in the corporate high-tech world. It’s also one of the most popular.
At the OSDL Linux Summit, Linux founder Linus Torvalds discussed his thoughts towards software patents and whether or not they have actual use.
If HTML isn’t your thing and you’re planning a website with lots of content, you might want to consider using a “Content Management System,” also known as CMS. With CMS, content is stored in a database away from the site’s templates, which makes it impossible to destroy the design structure of the site when editing.
Business Week reports on the success of enterprise software vendors and their ‘corporate governance programs’ to fix internal accounting problems …
eWeek reports that Movable Type is planning to release an update to help stem the recent flood of comment spam that has hit blogs and clogged Web-hosting servers.
One of the most frequent questions I am asked, or read about lately, is how to look professional enough to compete with the big guys.
Fast Search & Transfer jointly announced an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partnership with CoreMedia.
Recently I had a hard drive fail. It was part of a Linux software RAID 1 (mirrored drives), so we lost no data, and just needed to replace hardware. However, the raid does requires rebuilding. A hardware array would usually automatically rebuild upon drive replacement, but this needed some help.
After focusing on the Enterprise market with its Exalead Corporate product range, Exalead is now announcing an Internet search engine that provides a whole new search experience.
How do we keep Internet communication simple? Let’s start by taking a look at the different methods used to communicate on the web. It is important to understand the nuances and benefits of the different forms.
AppSight Black Box software to Help Organizations Mitigate Risk of Migrating Applications to Windows XP SP2
Today, Identify Software announced that its AppSight Black Box software, can help organizations mitigate the risk of migrating their applications to Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2, so they can reap the security benefits of this important upgrade much faster, by significantly accelerating the testing and rollout process.
Above All Studio and Shadow z/Services Combine to Accelerate Re-use of Legacy Assets in Service-Oriented Architectures.
Create!form v6.0 adds powerful new features including document repagination, calculations, ODBC lookups, enhanced print performance and more, to save time and resources.
Day today announced that it has made available an implementation of the Content Repository API for Java Technology (JCR) to the Apache Software Foundation in order to further promote industry adoption and collaboration of the JSR 170 standard.
Digital River today announced it is working with Microsoft Corp. to expand Microsoft’s e-commerce software distribution efforts.
Maximizer Software was named a ‘CRM Market Leader’ by CRM magazine.
Snowbound Software Releases Robust Option for Windows Platform To Enable Read Functionality for Microsoft Word Files.
Are you experiencing frequent Windows crashes and error messages or sluggish Windows performance on your PC?
Planning and Estimation Tool to Advance Value of Borland CaliberRM Requirements Management Solution.
Quest Software today outlined its support for Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005, which is an integral component of Microsoft’s Dynamic Systems Initiative.
PerformaSure and Java System Application Server Integration Enhances Performance and Availability of J2EE Applications.
Ease-of-Use, Swift Time-to-Implementation, and Big-Iron Functionality out of the Box Gives Value-Added Resellers Most Competitive Means to Meet the Enterprise-Management Needs of Today’s IT Managers.
Significant Saving Potentials as Well as Opportunities and Risks for the Deployment of Software-on-Demand for Three Software Categories – CRM Systems, Financial Accounting Software and Office Applications .
Everybody knows the difference between the virtual and the real. When it comes to real estate online ads, this difference acquires more significance. It is easier to buy property offline, when one can look and feel what he is going to have. Online property sales have certain pitfalls and web users are aware of them.
We all know the saying, “The Money’s In The List.” We can appreciate the truth of that saying. If you’re in business on-line, to make sales you must drive targeted traffic to your websites. More importantly, you must drive REPEAT traffic to your websites. A list is a great way to do this.
Remember the old Reprint Rights Reports Cd’s? They used to sell them years ago in business opportunity magazines. They contain a few thousand reports with reprint rights. The reports cover many subjects about money making and making money in mail order etc.
Ever wander why so many webmasters refuse to insert their email address into the body of their webpages?
If you have been involved with optimizing or promoting your website, you would have often searched your prominent keywords in search engines like Google to check where your site ranks. If you are having to deal with more than 20 to 40 keyword phrases, checking your site ranking in the first 30 results, across 10 major search engines can be a daunting task.
1. Use .gifs rather than .jpgs. GIFs are smaller in size when compared to JPGs.
The Cost of SEO
Even more costly than the time performing SEO is the time it takes to learn how to do it correctly. Many people want to sell you things for $10 or $20 which have no intrinsic value. Most of the best SEO tools do not even cost 1 cent.
Most materials discussing the phases of a software development project are intended for the developers community. I decided to take a different look at the issue and help those novices who are going to outsource a software development project to an outsource service provider (OSP).
Critical work in your organization is directly tied to the fate of your software vendors. So when PeopleSoft buys J.D. Edwards or Oracle attempts a hostile takeover of PeopleSoft, you are understandably nervous. Your nervousness usually does not stem from your love of PeopleSoft, J.D. Edwards or Oracle, but because the future of the software products you use everyday to run your business is now questionable at best and in jeopardy at worst. The potential buyers reassure you with promises of long term support and future product enhancements. But would you bet your own money on these promises?
ClickTracks Analytics, Inc. (www.clicktracks.com) today announced the availability of version 5.0 of the company’s web analytics line of software. ClickTracks Analyzer 5.0 and ClickTracks Professional 5.0 keep the same intuitive, highly visual user interface of previous versions of the programs, while adding more features.
Most organizations don’t need content management software. Unless you have a very busy website with lots and lots of content being published, the return on investment is not there. The majority of those who do require such software need a very simple, streamlined solution.
What is Shareware? Shareware is software that you can try before you buy. Software developers post trial versions of their software on websites. Consumers can then download the trial version to their computer and evaluate it. If the consumer likes the software they can purchase it. Shareware is also called try before you buy.
When you are buying software for your small business or your home office, you won’t have a staff of IT professionals guiding your purchasing decisions. The decisions are all yours, but that doesn’t mean you should feel intimidated or nervous about getting the software your work requires. The following tips will help you pick the right software for your business needs.
It has been estimated that most people only use about 10% of the features included in any given software program. That’s quite a shame not to mention a tremendous waste of both time and money. The good news is there is a “cure” for this software ailment.
Whether you run a small business or a home office, there are six broad categories of software you need to maximize your productivity and efficiency.
With the start of a new year, most of us make some resolutions about how we want to improve our businesses or ourselves. Maybe we want to cut our overhead so we can take home more profit. Maybe we want to make next year’s tax season less of a stressful burden than this year’s. Maybe we just want to streamline our responsibilities so that we have more time to enjoy our success and to work on building it even higher. The way to make any of those resolutions happen for you is to start using accounting software in your small or home-based business.
When you started out in business, keeping track of customers, orders, and leads may not have been that difficult. After all, most companies do start out slowly. However, it won’t take long for you and your staff to become overwhelmed by the challenge of keeping all your clients happy while also following up on hot leads and managing enormous amounts of customer data. You don’t need to hire more people or stagnate your business’s growth to solve the problem. The solution is to invest in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software.
Choosing Between a Computer or Paper System
To serve your customers, you need to track their purchases and needs. There is no efficient way to do this with paper files that even comes close to the power and efficiency of the computer. To maximize your time and your sales, you’ll have to move away from paper and use either contact management or database software. Some well-known brands are Act, Outlook, and Goldmine.
The following generic tutorial will assist you with using a PSD file associated with our swap-out graphics. The exact steps or terminology would depend on your graphics software. We have included a few keywords at the bottom of this tutorial to assist you in finding the exact process in your graphics software’s help section.
As any successful businessman will confirm, having a great product or service is just the beginning. After all, in this day and age, everything comes down to marketing. The more creative you are in your marketing efforts, the more successful your business is. There are many ways to promote your business without spending a fortune. In this article I will describe one of the most powerful tools on the Internet – ecards!
At some point, your business is going to need to have some software development. Maybe your business is small, but existing software doesn’t fit your needs. Maybe your company is larger, with significant technology resources already, but you need an outside perspective. Whatever the reason, it can be difficult to choose an software developer, especially if you aren’t a technical person.