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How to Protect Your Data from Image-based Spam
Along with positive technological changes inevitably come the negative (spam 2.0, anyone?). Today's e-mail spam is increasingly image-based and harder to detect. Fingerprinting and optical character recognition (OCR) help identify some spam, but are less and less effective. Find out how a solution that creates real-time, behavior-based rules for new spam campaigns can put spam in its proper place—outside your system.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: changes inevitably come the negative (spam 2.0, anyone?). Today s e-mail spam is increasingly image-based and harder to detect. Fingerprinting and optical character recognition (OCR) help identify some spam, but are less and less effective. Find out how a solution that creates real-time, behavior-based rules for new spam campaigns can put spam in its proper place—outside your system. How to Protect Your Data from Image-based Spam style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topic
2/28/2008 5:09:00 PM

EXE Technologies Begins Life In The Public Eye
Undaunted by its negative bottom line, EXE resurrected plans for an IPO this year, proceeds of which will be used to fuel its newfound growth.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: 2000. Undaunted by its negative bottom line, EXE resurrected its plans for an IPO this year, proceeds of which will be used to fund operations and make strategic acquisitions in an effort to capitalize on its newfound growth. ANALYSIS Vendor Strengths Strong, comprehensive WMS functionality over almost every platform: EXE s current product line is the culmination of decades of development effort, employing feedback from customers and members of its Industry Advisory Board (IAB). Its multiple platform expe
8/7/2000

Industri-Matematik Faces Uphill Climb
Wracked by negative earnings, shifting infrastructure, and pending litigation, Industri-Matematik International Corporation (NASDAQ: IMIC) faces a difficult time in its history. The Stockholm-based Supply Chain Execution (SCE) vendor has experienced a sharp decline in license revenues over the last four quarters, generating a scant $1.6 million in the most recent quarter - its lowest in nearly four years. Hoping to attract new demand for its products, IMI recently unveiled VIVALDI, a suite aggregated from its flagship application, System ESS, newly developed supply chain management components, and recently acquired customer relationship m

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: then fell sharply into negative territory in 1999 with a loss of $35 million (see Fig. 3). Though IMI focused originally on distribution and logistics for companies in the consumer packaged goods industry, two acquisitions completed since April 1997 were intended to extend its reach into activities that surround customer fulfillment. Through acquisition of Ceratina International AB in April 1997, IMI added warehouse management system (WMS) functionality. IMI made an early move into the CRM market space
10/1/1999

Warehouse Management for Natela Importers
As a leading food distributor in South Africa, Natela Importers built a new distribution center to meet its continued growth. However, managing a high volume of inventory with an outdated inventory management system was having a negative impact on their operations and customer service levels. By implementing an automated warehouse management system (WMS), Natela has decreased their picking costs by nearly 20 percent.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: system was having a negative impact on their operations and customer service levels. By implementing an automated warehouse management system (WMS), Natela has decreased their picking costs by nearly 20 percent. Warehouse Management for Natela Importers style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Supply Chain Optimization,   Warehouse Management System (WMS),   Distribution and Warehousing,   Warehouse Management System (WMS) Source: Made4net Learn more about
5/29/2007 1:21:00 AM

ERP: When Transparency Becomes Tunnel Vision
The face of manufacturing is constantly changing. As enterprise resource planning (ERP) software evolves and more organizations continue to use ERP solutions, they must find a way to avoid ERP’s “tunnel vision” syndrome as manufacturing continues to grow globally.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: an IT perspective, several negative factors about moving manufacturing offshore have become apparent: Negative economic factors: The manufacturer is subject to the stability of the local economy where their facilities are located, meaning that labor may be tougher to acquire. The speed at which components and parts are acquired is subject to global—and potentially faulty—supply chains. Offshore currency instability may make components more expensive to acquire or sell. Tracking the cost of resources
7/29/2009

From CIO to CEO?
The step from Chief Information Officer to Chief Executive Officer seems like it should be simple, but few manage to take it. Sure you’ve managed a budget, engaged in strategic planning, and saved the company a bundle of money. Experience like that just gets you in the game – your ace-in-the-hole is something you didn’t train for.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: sales. A positive or negative view of the incoming CEO will affect how well he or she can do in that new job. What is the perception of CIOs? Lumping all CIOs into one category may not be fair, but we are dealing with perception. A clue can come from the survey of CEOs done by the London School of Economics iii . This survey discovered that, as a group, CIOs are not perceived by CEOs as contributing to the competitive advantage of the business. In that perspective, someone who knows how to make the
12/11/2000

IBM s Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost
IBM's four-CPU servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, yield top notch web-focused benchmark figures, but also very high price/performance figures for mainstream applications.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: in height is a negative factor. Storage: The 5500 M20 has fewer available drive bays (3x1.6 /6x1.0 ) than competitors (at least 5x1.6 /7x1.0 for Dell and Compaq), a negative. 7000 M10: Size: The 7000 is a very large box 11U high. This means a customer can get only 12 CPUs in a 42U-high rack, as compared to 24 CPUs for Dell s/Compaq s larger (7U) boxes, and 40 CPUs for their smaller (4U) boxes. Storage: Other than the removable media area (for DATs or a DLT), the 7000 can only support two 1.6 or four
9/1/1999

Catalyst Emerges Strong in 2000
Though Catalyst should be encouraged by its first quarter report card, the results do not yet indicate substantial growth in its business, an effect Catalyst hopes to achieve largely through its partnership with SAP.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: and earnings dipped into negative territory. Though its customers should be encouraged by its first quarter report card, the results do not yet indicate substantial growth in its business, an effect Catalyst hopes to achieve through its partnership with SAP. While potential for this growth is good, Catalyst must balance carefully its partnership with SAP and its ability to execute as an individual company to avoid conflicts in strategy that could damage its business in the longer term. Catalyst needs to
5/19/2000

Deploying High-density Zones in a Low-density Data Center
Deploying High-Density Zones in a Low-Density Data Center. Documents and Other Software Package to Use In Your Low-Density Data Center. New power and cooling technology allows for a simple and rapid deployment of self-contained high-density zones within an existing or new low-density data center. The independence of these high-density zones allows for reliable high-density equipment operation without a negative impact on existing power and cooling infrastructure—and with more electrical efficiency than conventional designs. Learn more now.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: equipment operation without a negative impact on existing power and cooling infrastructure—and with more electrical efficiency than conventional designs. Learn more now. Deploying High-density Zones in a Low-density Data Center style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Data Center Equipment,   Cooling System,   Power Solutions and Distribution,   Racks and Enclosures,   Wiring and Cabling Source: APC by Schneider Electric
6/25/2008 5:31:00 PM

Market Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger
The Lawson and Intentia merger might create a much-needed, strong statement for the market, and provide the mid-market with more options. It may also decrease the negative momentum both companies have experienced in the frenzied and rapidly consolidating enterprise applications market.

NEGATIVE CAPABILITY: reverse Lawson s and Intentia s negative momentum, where both companies struggled in the frenzied and rapidly consolidating enterprise applications market. Intentia is hoping that Lawson s domestic brand recognition, in addition to Intentia s renewed vertical focus, and Java technology, will propel it to a greater success in the US market. Intentia entered the US market in the mid-1990s, but has not really racked up any large scale customer wins . Currently it only has about 200 customers that mostly
10/27/2005

SAP Acquires TopTier To Further Broaden Its Horizons
In a move designed to increase its presence in enterprise portals and integrated business intelligence, SAP AG has announced an agreement to purchase TopTier Software for approximately $400 million USD in cash. TopTier’s products are already integrated with SAP’s mySAP Workplace, so the acquisition should be painless and have little negative effect on SAP’s 2001 earnings per share.

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4/17/2001


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