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Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains Installation – overview for
 
Microsoft Great Plains Installation – overview for IT Director/Controller by: Andrew Karasev Microsoft Great Plains is main mid-market application from Microsoft Business Solutions. This is short article, written in question/answer/FAQ style to give IT Director/Controller balanced top level information on Microsoft Business Solutions Great Plains implementation. If you have decided on Microsoft Great Plains as main accounting and ERP system you need to know some technical details on Great Plains installation and implementation and what is going on behind the scenes. As of right now the current version is Microsoft Great Plains 8.0 What is installation in the language of technolog  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Business Solutions Customization options
 
Microsoft Business Solutions Customization options - Overview for Programmer by: Andrew Karasev Several years ago Microsoft purchased Great Plains Software, then Navision (Denmark based software development company). At this time Great Plains Software already was active ERP applications consolidation player - it already acquired Solomon Software couple of years prior. Then in 2002 Microsoft released Microsoft CRM (Client Relation Management system). Also Microsoft decided to attack retail marked and acquired QuickSell (now Microsoft Retail Management System/ Microsoft RMS). At this time Microsoft had robust package to automate business processes for small, midsize and large company  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Dean Phillips 
 
 Article Title :: How To Dramatically Improve Your Website's Convers
 
How To Dramatically Improve Your Website's Conversion Ratio by: Dean Phillips According to the so-called experts, a decent conversion ratio is right around one percent. In other words, one out of every one hundred visitors to your website converts to a sale. Personally, I think a one percent conversion ratio sucks! My website consistently converts right around ten percent. And so do a lot of my Internet marketing collegues. I can assure you, the websites of superstars like Marlon Sanders, Terry Dean and others convert a lot higher than one percent. Why? Well, besides knowing what we're doing, we're also ultra-competitive and don't settle for mediocre results. And with very few exce  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Dean Phillips 
 
 Article Title :: Take The Path Of Least Resistance To Success
 
Take The Path Of Least Resistance To Success by: Dean Phillips It's been said time and again that 95 percent of all online businesses fail. I don't know how accurate that statement is, but if it's anywhere close to the truth, I know the reason why. Besides being woefully unprepared and under- financed, too many online businesses try to reinvent the wheel. In other words, instead of applying sound, proven advertising and marketing principles, most online businesses never even bother to learn the basics. Instead of focusing on what people are actually buying, too many online businesses try to force-feed people new products and ideas. Now, there's absolutely nothing wrong wi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert Mahood 
 
 Article Title :: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - A Busi
 
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - A Business Not a Technology Issue by: Robert Mahood Hackers, hurricanes, fires, flooding, power outages, denial of service attacks, application failures, employee error, sabotage and now terrorism are helping companies to focus on the necessity of a business continuity plan. Through the late 1990s as companies prepared for Y2K, many IT executives, risk managers, CFOs and corporate managers realized that recovering computing systems, networks and data was not enough. As Y2K approached, it became more apparent that a disciplined approach was needed to recover not only data and systems, but also business processes, facilities and manpower to r  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert Mahood 
 
 Article Title :: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Risk A
 
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Risk Analysis and Control by: Robert Mahood In the risk evaluation phase, there are a number of key areas that must be covered. One of the most important is to understand probable threats. In an ideal world, which most of us have noticed does not exist, we would identify and protect ourselves against all threats to ensure that our business continues to survive. Obviously, we are constrained by other factors such as budgets, time and priorities and need to apply cost benefit analysis to ensure we are protecting the most critical business functions. A second important step is to identify all probable threats and prioritize them. Threats, typ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert Mahood 
 
 Article Title :: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Busine
 
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Business Impact Analysis by: Robert Mahood Business impact analysis is a critical part of the business continuity planning process. This step quantifies data and gets into the real world issue of potential losses that can negatively impact your business. It is used to understand the most important impacts and how to best protect your people, processes, data, communications, assets and the organization’s goodwill and reputation. Organizations often think in terms of disaster recovery. Business continuity and the business impact analysis is more focused on keeping the business up and running and less focused on recovery after a disaster. T  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert Mahood 
 
 Article Title :: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Select
 
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Selecting A Business Continuity Strategy by: Robert Mahood The risk analysis and business impact analysis have identified risks to key business functions. Also, the potential impacts and probabilities of these risks as well as the costs to prevent or mitigate damages and the time to recover will have been established. Evaluating and selecting strategies is based on using this knowledge. Strategy selection involves focusing on key risk areas and selecting a strategy for each one. The primary goals are to maintain business continuity in the face of a disruption or disaster, to recover key business functions quickly and to mitigate damages. Ma  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert Mahood 
 
 Article Title :: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - The Bu
 
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - The Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan by: Robert Mahood Essentially, the plan addresses the who, what, where, why and when of recovery. Goal number one is to reduce the risk profile of the business. Goal two is to be well prepared so the impact of any disruption is minimized. Overall, the objective of the plan is to effectively minimize the chances of disruption and, if there is a disruption, to quickly implement the recovery and get the business or organization working again. The "why" is to maximize business continuity and minimize damages to company assets. Ultimately, the goal is to protect the organization from the key risk  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert Mahood 
 
 Article Title :: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Reduci
 
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Reducing Your Risk Profile by: Robert Mahood Like all plans, there is an ultimate goal to achieve. The goal in a business continuity plan is simply that: to continue your business in the face of a disaster or a disruption. A business continuity plan is not just for a disaster. It’s also for the smaller things in life, like your friendly neighborhood burglar who decides to borrow all of your computers or the small power interruption, which causes loss of data and downtime or the fire five floors below you, which causes a 5 hour building shutdown. These are a few of the many things, which do occur every day and do happen to companies like  (read full article)
 
 
 
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