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Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 Implementation For Large Corporation - Overview
Since December 2005 we are talking about Microsoft CRM version 3.0. In the case of established corporate business we usually deal with such legacy environment as IBM Lotus Notes Domino (predecessor of all the modern CRM applications as well as legitimate generic CRM platform), integration with Microsoft (such as MS SQL Server) and non-Microsoft database platforms and applications: Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Financials and custom Oracle databases, IBM AS/400 and RS6000 DB2 applications, SUN Java II EJB (as eCommerce front and back ends). Microsoft CRM should be integrated with existing applications and there is no way to simply switch all the corporate ERP to become Microsoft Window  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Paul W Wilson 
 Article Title :: 10 Reasons Why Vista is Much More than a Spoon Full of Sugar
Every new operating system comes with advanced and much improved features. What is exciting to some is not so to others. Basically within a new system each user has his or her own individual preferences. Windows Vista or Longhorn as it was first known is a replacement for XP and is the “new” desk operating system scheduled to be launched by December 2006.Descriptions of Vista are glowing; it is seen as a vision of the future. High definition graphics, the ‘z’ level in organization, greater clarity, unbelievable security, and boundless thinking power are what it is about. The operating system is set to fulfill all needs, it has a secure and speedy start up, not just when boo  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Paul W Wilson 
 Article Title :: 12 Essential New Features of Office 12
The final version of Office 12 is slated for release in mid 2006. Although Microsoft is yet to confirm what the final version of Office 12 will include, the broad areas that have been the focus of change are productivity, handling of business information, managing of documents, and enhanced user friendliness.1. All programs like Word, Excel, and Power Point have a new look. The new user interface has a ribbon of frequently used commands and operations which will enhance usability instead of drop down menus.2. The server based capabilities include document rights and work flow management.3. In the case of the revamped Excel, it will support SQL Server 2005, and have mu  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Paul W Wilson 
 Article Title :: 13 Comparisons of Vista vs Tiger
Competitive and fast are two terms that are applicable to the world of computers. Constantly changing and evolving computer systems bring many advantages to the users and techies alike. The race for supremacy between the yet to be launched Vista (scheduled for 2006) and Mac OSX Tiger began in 2003 with Microsoft’s announcements of plans for an integrated desktop search functionality in Windows Vista.While opinions vary and are really personal choices in many ways, the following sums up the functionalities between Vista and Tiger.1. Vista has a completely redesigned look and feel; it is aesthetic, functional, and exciting according to industry sources. Mac Tiger on the othe  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Taejien Thoj 
 Article Title :: Create a Forest with Adobe Photoshop
If you guys have photoshop and want to create a forest from scratch, well, listen up and follow some simple directions. Its fairly simple and once you get used to it, you'll be like, wow that was easy. It may not look like something you will do every single day, but its something worth trying just for the fun of it. :)I hope you will enjoy this tutorial.STEP BY STEP1. Create a new layer, 640x480 and fill it with #44701f or a green color.2. Use the Brush tool with a brush size of 500. Use the soft one where the edges are fuzzy and use the color #97b84f.3. Go to the top left and click only once. -----http://sixpop.com/images/images/42559178.gif  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 Article Title :: Microsoft CRM Data Migration - Overview for Consultant Developer
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 is now parading and triggering Microsoft CRM installation, implementation, customization, data conversion, upgrade and migration interest. We often see the questions on data import and massage options to Microsoft CRM from such systems as ACT!, custom Oracle, DB2, MS SQL Server databases, in all these cases IT departments should do their homework and understand their options, up to the point of making data massaging through Microsoft CRM SDK C# or VB.Net programming (if they have resources or could afford contract programmers)• Built-in Migration tool. You can only import master records, such as leads and contacts. Please, be advised not to rely on t  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 Article Title :: Chronology: Great Plains Dynamics - Microsoft Great Plains - Microsoft Dynamics GP - Overview
In this small article, following the rules of article format we will give you chronology of current Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0. ERP System usually has its life cycle and it should be considered as market newcomer, matured or phasing out MRP. The ERP life cycle is usually 15 years, however in the conditions of modern computer programming/software life cycle the life cycle could be reduced to 10 years (with the option of capital software redesign). We are not talking here about GPS Accounting – or also known as Great Plains DOS version – call us if you need help with DOS version.• Graphical/DB platforms independent ERP. In the beginning of 1990th Great Plains Software pionee  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Louise Kaye 
 Article Title :: Managing Files in Your Computer (Windows PC)
Have you ever worked for hours on a document, saved it to your computer and the next time you went to use the file you could not find it? Hopefully this article will help you and everyone else who uses your computer, save files in an orderly manner; then you will always be able to find any file you need, quickly and efficiently.How to Create FoldersAll PCs have an icon or section on the computer labelled My Documents. This is where you should be saving all of the files you create. Think of this area as a great big filling cabinet. Instead of piling everything in the cabinet higgledy piggledy, as tempting as it might be, you need to set up sect  (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Bernard Peh 
 Article Title :: Linux Terminal Control Sequences
Linux terminals share alot in common with their primitive ancestors such as vt100 like consoles. These early devices is capable of sending sequences that signaled events outside of the normal flow of typed characters, such as escape, tab, linefeed...etc. Linux uses CTRL key to send out these out of band signals. This article summarises many of the commonly used control sequences that are used in all Linux terminals. CTRL-C This is the most commonly used sequence. In the bash shell, CTRL-C will terminate any currently running process and return you to the bash prompt. For example, if you accidentally run a command that does not stop, use CTRL-C to cancel the command.   (read full article)
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Karen Ritz 
 Article Title :: In-Memory Database Call Accounting Software Meeting Business Needs For Speed And Security
When Oracle announced in 2005 that it was acquiring an in-memory database provider, the term "real time" had become an industry standard. But with the way technology has progressed and broadband driving the demand for speed, the term has now taken on a new relevance. In-memory databases can speed transaction times and give immediate access to real time data, making this a requirement in the gathering of business information. One application that benefits from the speed and accuracy of an in-memory database is call accounting software.Ten years ago the communications industry that provides call accounting and billing services to organizations and multi-national companies, was faced   (read full article)
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