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Mobile Supply Chain Management: The Dream Is Becoming a Reality
Mobile computing is changing the way companies manage their entire business. The development of ultra-portable computing devices is geared to support a slew of

gps portability  GPS ) and assisted GPS ( aGPS ). Some models even support 3G and will soon support 4G for cellular data connectivity. These tablet computers enable phone calls through voice over Internet protocol ( VoIP ), and gradually more models come with front-facing cameras for video conferencing . Their battery life ranges wildly from 4 to 12 hours, while thickness ranges from 0.5 to 0.75 inches and weight ranges from 0.5 to 1.5 pounds. Another perk for the iPad, Research In Motion ’s (RIM’s) Playbook , and Read More...
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Thinking Radically about Unstructured Data: Interview with Ron Carrière, CEO of Cirilab
Being able to manage unstructured text is no longer a “nice to have,” as companies and individual users alike have to deal with increasing amounts of

gps portability  and global positioning system (GPS) for the first private firm to use GPS, and retrieved massive amounts of data to determine an object’s exact position. From 1983 to 1989, I served as CEO of a geographic information system (GIS) and computer-aided design (CAD) software company, where there were many complex indexing systems involved, but with a group of 70 programmers, I solved major data management issues for utilities and government clients. From 1990 to 1997, I worked on satellite imagery Read More...
City of Winnipeg Selects KANA to Mobilize Citizen-centric Government
In addition to the KANA Express announcement, another major announcement was made at the recently held KANA Connections 2012 conference. This time the customer

gps portability  transmission of photos and GPS information to support the precise description and location of the issues in a format that Winnipeg's existing Lagan 311 system can track. As local governments seek new ways to deliver better service at a lower cost, many are finding that mobile applications offer an opportunity to engage with citizens to enlist them to make communities safer, cleaner, and better places to live. Lagan Mobile is a cloud-hosted solution that allows citizens to take advantage of many of the Read More...
An Approach to HIPAA 5010 conversion
In 1996, Congress passed HIPAA to establish national standards for health care transactions. The main focus is to address patient privacy rights, health

gps portability  Healthcare IT,HIPAA 5010 Conversion,EDI Read More...
The CyberAngel: Laptop Recovery and File Encryption All-in-One
Relevant Technologies took the CyberAngel into our labs to test it for our acceptability rating. It worked as advertised, and had more features than expected.

gps portability  CyberAngel: Laptop Recovery and File Encryption All-in-One Background According to the Computer Security Institute's 2003 Computer Crime and Security Survey, theft of private or proprietary information created the greatest financial losses for the survey respondents. If you are a medical institution, government agency, or financial institution, information theft can result in violation of patient privacy regulations, loss of customer credit card numbers, unauthorized financial transactions, or Read More...
The Data Explosion
RFID and wireless usage will drive up data transactions by ten fold over the next few years. It is likely that a significant readdressing of the infrastructure

gps portability  these various platforms across GPS and the Internet. These patterns we are quite familiar with—but wireless seems to be spinning out around the world. A modest estimate of traffic in voice, video, and data—wired or wireless—will increase ten times over the next five years. And why? Both business and personal use of these platforms is exploding, driven by cell phones and other personal devices, business use of GPS, the Internet, and of course RFID. RFID transactions will grow in number and Read More...
Five Steps to Business Intelligence Project Success
Many business intelligence (BI) projects fall short of expectations. Unless organizations implement a methodology and benchmark the success other organizations

gps portability  Steps to Business Intelligence Project Success Originally published - June 18, 2007 Successful business intelligence (BI) projects encompass more than implementation of a solution on time and within budget. True success should be measured by how the BI solution improves the organization's overall performance through increased efficiency in reporting, planning, financial functions, and performance measurements. This will help ensure organizations' BI projects fall into the estimated 30 percent success Read More...
Red Hat Summit 2014: Open Source at the Forefront of IT
For Red Hat, the recent summit that took place in California was special in many instances. It marked the 10th anniversary of the Red Hat Summit and the

gps portability  Hat Summit 2014: Open Source at the Forefront of IT For Red Hat , one of the keystones of the open source community as well as one of its most sound success cases, the recent summit that took place in California was special in many instances. It marked the 10 th anniversary of the Red Hat Summit and the celebration of a company that has for more than 20 years been a key contributor, consolidator, and promoter of open source technology in the enterprise, and is now a key player in the software and IT Read More...
HCIMS: Balm or Bomb for What Ails the US Health Care System?


gps portability  Balm or Bomb for What Ails the US Health Care System? Upon his inauguration, President Obama reiterated his campaign pledge that improving the US health care system is among the top issues to be addressed during his first term in office (and beyond). In response, many people are expressing support, as well as some degree of skepticism. At the forefront of Obama’s promise is that technology will play a key role in bringing about improvement: he initially vowed that $10 billion per year over the Read More...
Robert Morris University Subscribes to UNIT4 Agresso Cloud ERP
Robert Morris University (RMU) recently selected the Agresso ERP system by UNIT4. The $1.5 million software–as-a-service (SaaS) agreement includes access to a

gps portability  industry watch, erp, higher education, cloud erp, oracle, saas, unit4, agresso Read More...
Mobile Learning: Is Your Business Ready for It?
The popularity of mobile technology has brought mobile learning (m-learning) to one’s fingertips. M-learning takes advantage of the mobility of the learner and

gps portability  Learning: Is Your Business Ready for It? In today’s fast-paced society, people are joined at the hip—well, literally, at the fingertips—to their mobile devices. E-mail, voice mail, instant messages, and video conferencing are all available with the touch of a button. No matter what business or industry you’re in, people need to be connected. And because of this growing need for connectivity, more and more people are leveraging mobile devices, in more ways than one. Additionally, because of Read More...
Retail Applications Vendor Provides a Solid
As spending on technology by major players is growing at an increasing pace, there are good opportunities for vendors which have been in the market for a while,

gps portability  of these functionalities, some GPS functionality was added to the 6.7 release, and is available in current offerings. Outbound shipment functionality still needs to be thoroughly tested. Supply chain management (SCM) analytics are missing so far. To this end, ONE acquired Palo Alto, California (US)-based Valdero Corporation in 2005, and ONE will now be integrating the analytics capability of Valdero's product to Platform. It remains to be seen how far ONE succeeds in integrating the two products. Apart Read More...
Progress Exchange 2013 Part One: What's the Current State of Progress?
By P.J. Jakovljevic (see bio) and Bob Eastman (see bio)As it has been excruciatingly painful for die-hard Boston Red Sox fans to watch their moribund

gps portability  Exchange 2013 Part One: What's the Current State of Progress? By P.J. Jakovljevic ( see bio ) and Bob Eastman ( see bio ) As it has been excruciatingly painful for die-hard Boston Red Sox fans to watch their moribund baseball team’s previous two seasons, it has been puzzling and perhaps also painful for enterprise software market observers to watch the coinciding self-implosion of sorts of the New England software vendor Progress Software Corporation . For those who are not sure what I am Read More...
Using Location to Gain Intelligence
In a recent post on 3 trends in data visualization, we addressed the increasing importance of geolocation capabilities in data analysis. We also looked at how

gps portability  using global positioning system (GPS) device features Augmented reality functionality such as associating real objects with their pertinent information Other traditional BI providers have incorporated strong geolocation capabilities into their BI offerings, including the ESRI partnership with BI providers such as IBM , SAP , SAS , and Oracle to provide specific connection and integration with ESRI’s geolocation products and technologies. Conclusion The need for location-based analysis is not new. Read More...
Supply Chain Shorts for the Week of October 14, 2013
This week: Kewill, LLamasoft, GAINSystems, Smart Software, Nipendo, Amber Road, Teletrac, Park City Group, Lagoa, and GE.KewillWhat is going on at Kewill

gps portability  has sold telematics and GPS vendor Teletrac to serial acquirer Danaher Corp. Danaher, which has acquired some 400 companies in the past nearly 30 years, reportedly reached out to Vector in early 2013 and completed the acquisition in August for an undisclosed sum. (However, one source reported that Vector, who acquired Teletrac in 2010 through a take-private deal for $145 million, earned a 3X return on investment. There seems to be a strong streak of acquisition activity going on the telematics industry Read More...

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