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Fault Meets Performance --Comprehensive Infrastructure ManagementPart 2: The Solution
Seamless integration of real-time problem detection and historical trend analysis helps companies keep their IT infrastructures delivering peak performance.

TREE FAULT: Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 2: The Solution Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 2: The Solution Fred Engel - March 29, 2002 Read Comments A View of Historical Trends Performance management technology emerged in 1995, giving IT managers the ability to see the errors, capacities and behaviors of their devices. While fault management tells IT staffs whether a device is up or down, performance management tells them more about
3/29/2002

What CRM Should Have Taught IT(although not getting the message is not entirely IT s fault)
IT hasn't properly supported CRM because it hasn't understood either its importance or its requirements. The advent of CRM exacerbated a serious, pre-existing condition, rather than CRM creating the condition. Bottom line-gathering business requirements for technology support should no longer be IT's problem. It's up to business to gather and communicate business requirements for technology support. And business-siders don’t need to understand technology to accomplish this, either, because this is 2003, not 1993.

TREE FAULT: What CRM Should Have Taught IT (although not getting the message is not entirely IT s fault) What CRM Should Have Taught IT (although not getting the message is not entirely IT s fault) Dick Lee/Caribou Lake - May 1, 2003 Read Comments What CRM Should Have Taught IT (although not getting the message is not entirely IT s fault) Featured Author - Dick Lee - May 1, 2003 Introduction Sort of unsettling statement, What CRM taught IT, no? Almost preposterous to think that CRM, the trouble-making, technology
5/1/2003

Cambian C/3


TREE FAULT: Cambian C/3 provides 4 key capabilities: (1) Distributed Multi-Channel Order Fulfillment with customer-specific visibility into your product catalog and product availability, with automated order capture, commitment, and fulfillment; (2) Consensus-Based Demand Forecasting including automated collection, aggregation, and review of customer demand forecasts, with integration to decision support tools and historical records, as well as automated generation of replenishment plans; (3) Multi-Mode Replenishment with customer-specific visibility into distributed inventories, including consigned and in-transit inventories, with control and automation of replenishment transactions; (4) Multi-Channel Sourcing including catalog aggregation across multiple suppliers, sharing of materials requirements based on automated bill of material explosion, and automated order placement and fulfillment.

Fault Meets Performance --Comprehensive Infrastructure ManagementPart 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or interminable downloads, IT listens – or else. Catching and correcting the innumerable faults and performance problems that bring down IT environments is more important than ever.

TREE FAULT: Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem Fred Engel - March 26, 2002 Read Comments Introduction As recently as a year ago the mantra just keep it running drowned out every other voice in the information technology (IT) universe. Corporate IT infrastructures had become so mind-numbingly complex that staff had everything it could do just to keep everything running - never
3/26/2002

Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle
Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle. Read White Papers and Other Software for Your Selection and for Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle. When companies discover new security vulnerabilities, they must retrofit the affected software with an appropriate patch and fend off the wrath of customers. Each newly discovered vulnerability results in a frantic patch, halfway deployed, and potentially opens up another hole. That’s why you should address security vulnerabilities during the software development process—before you get locked into a game of catch-up.

TREE FAULT: Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle Enabling Security in the Software Development Life Cycle Source: Cenzic Document Type: White Paper Description: When companies discover new security vulnerabilities, they must retrofit the affected software with an appropriate patch and fend off the wrath of customers. Each newly discovered vulnerability results in a frantic patch, halfway deployed, and potentially opens up another hole. That’s why you should address security vulnerabilities
8/22/2007 3:32:00 PM

Warehouse Management Systems: Pie in the Sky or Floating Bakery?Part Two: The Pareto Principle, Processes, and People: Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs
To ensure your warehouse management system is implemented as painlessly as possible, you must assess your warehouse situation before you decide on a warehouse solution. Using the Pareto Principle, where a minority of inputs yields the majority results; examining your processes; evaluating your personnel; monitoring the progress of implementation; and testing are the best ways to ensure both a successful launch and long term return on investment.

TREE FAULT: Warehouse Management Systems: Pie in the Sky or Floating Bakery?Part Two: The Pareto Principle, Processes, and People: Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs Warehouse Management Systems: Pie in the Sky or Floating Bakery?Part Two: The Pareto Principle, Processes, and People: Assessing Your Warehouse Management System Needs Rene Jones - October 1, 2004 Read Comments Introduction After understanding the myths behind the claims of huge staff reductions , quick and easy implementation , and the
10/1/2004

SAP s Dr. Peter Barth on Client/Server and Database Issues with SAP R/3
To address questions for a TEC customer, we interviewed Dr. Peter Barth, Technology Marketing Manager for SAP AG in Walldorf, Germany. The conversation covered issues in the areas of client/server architecture and database management used by the SAP R/3 Enterprise Resource Planning suite of products.

TREE FAULT: SAP s Dr. Peter Barth on Client/Server and Database Issues with SAP R/3 SAP s Dr. Peter Barth on Client/Server and Database Issues with SAP R/3 M. Reed - November 1, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary To answer questions for a Technology Evaluation Center customer, a large utility in the northeastern United States, TEC interviewed Dr. Peter Barth, Technology Marketing Manager for SAP AG in Walldorf, Germany. Dr. Barth works for Corporate Technology Marketing, where his main focus is basis technology, the
11/1/1999

SFA RFP Template


TREE FAULT: Sales Force Automation (SFA) RFP Template covers industry-standard functional criteria of SFA that can help you easily gather and prioritize your business needs in a simple and categorized excel document. More than a RFP template, it is a working document that serves as a knowledge base reference throughout the life-span of your SFA software project. Includes: Management of opportunities, sales forecasting, leads, accounts and contacts, activities, territories, contracts, quotes and proposals, partners, analytics, reporting, and more

Web Testing Has Changed the Testing Landscape
Software testing vendors are forming alliances and partnerships with the vendors who actually service and support the delivery of Internet content. Thus do the realities of testing Internet applications sink in. Two instances: Mercury Interactive formed a strategic alliance with Akamai Technologies, and Segue signed NaviSite as its first Hosted Services Partner.

TREE FAULT: Web Testing Has Changed the Testing Landscape Web Testing Has Changed the Testing Landscape C. Lisle - December 8, 2000 Read Comments C. Lisle - December 8, 2000 Event Summary Within days of each other, and coinciding with the Internet 2000 conference, Mercury Interactive Corp . (NASDAQ: MERQ) and Segue Software (NASDAQ: SEGU) announced agreements with web infrastructure companies to provide performance measurement and testing tools for websites. Mercury Interactive announced an expanded strategic
12/8/2000

User Recommendations for Project-oriented Software
Selecting the right project-oriented software may depend on the specific requirements of the industry niches in which an organization competes. But since not all software is created equal, it's worth examining some leading candidates in depth.

TREE FAULT: supports the notion of tree views, whereby users can move up and down the tree (project, phase, task, and organization), and select from a more limited set of reports rather than having to wade through an extensive list of all possible project reports. Finally, BST Enterprise supports its own customer relationship management (CRM) and project management applications as well as an integration with Microsoft CRM and Microsoft Project . Competitive Disadvantages BST Enterprise plays very well in the
6/7/2006

“It’s a Notebook!” “It’s a Paperweight!” “Wait - It’s Both!”
Some Toshiba notebook buyers got a nasty surprise when they found their Intel CPU had died. Will Toshiba switch from “Intel Inside” to “AMD Instead”?

TREE FAULT: “It’s a Notebook!” “It’s a Paperweight!” “Wait - It’s Both!” “It’s a Notebook!” “It’s a Paperweight!” “Wait - It’s Both!” R. Krause - April 7, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Source: PC Week UPDATED March 17, 2000 10:58 AM PT Intel Corp. has confirmed it uncovered a design problem involving processor packages using the company s 400MHz Celeron and 400MHz Pentium II mobile chips that effectively made the chips unusable. The problem was brought to Intel s attention in
4/7/2000


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