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Category :: Software Articles Author :: Chris Silop 
 
 Article Title :: C++ Tutorials: 3, Program Flow (If, Else, While, For)
 
Program Flow is what you think it is. How the program will flow. As you know the compiler will just go down the code. Program flow is what you use to make it run a certain thing a few times, do something based on a variable, etc... There are some basic comands to program flow. The first two are loops: While and For. When you want something to loop for an amount of times based on a variable, use while. If you know how many times you want something to run, use for. If and else statements are pretty self explanable. Dont be afraid, I will go over all the syntaxes and how to do everything!The For Loophttp://www.syschat.com Use a for loop when you know how many times you want something   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Kashif Raza 
 
 Article Title :: OSI Layers Model
 
IntroductionDuring the early years of our modern computer era, very few standards and protocols existed between various manufacturers. However, as time went on and computer technology continued to improve and become more widespread, it became apparent that standards would be necessary to ensure compatibility. This was especially true with regard to networks, and networking technology. Since the main purpose of a network is to share information, a standard that governs how this information is formatted, transmitted, received and verified would make it possible for information to be shared openly, even when dealing with dissimilar networks.This need for a standard means of imp  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft CRM Integration With Microsoft Office Documents - Overview For System Integrator
 
Microsoft CRM is CRM application, maintained and supported by Microsoft Business Solutions. Microsoft CRM utilizes majority of the Microsoft technologies: Windows Active Directory, SQL Server, MS Exchange, BizTalk (integration with MS Great Plains, and soon with Navision), Message Queuing, .Net web services to name a few. There is market demand on the efficient integration of MS Office documents into Microsoft CRM. Let’s take a look at the options:• Attachment to MS CRM Notes. You may attach Office docs as file attachment to MS CRM Note. It is bullet-proof method, however you should be aware that it is not that simple for the user to attach files, especially web interface,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Mohammed Amerullah Qureshi 
 
 Article Title :: A Simple Computer Software Definition
 
What is Software?Software is a set of instruction written to interface between man and machine.Who writes this instructions?Programmers writes this instructions.How the programmers write the instructions /software?They use computer languages to write software applications.Software can be divided into three main categories:Languages Applications Operating Systems (OS)LANGUAGE:It is one of the software type, use to write extensive applications and operating systems It did not contains any limitations in programming. By using the languages you can write any thing for a computer.For instance just imagine a language   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Implementing Microsoft CRM: setup and configuration - notes for IT specialist
 
Microsoft Business Solutions CRM is web-based CRM application, deploying all the spectrum of recent Microsoft technologies. We’ll try to analyze different needs and implementation scenarios attributed to specific industries and business types, based on our experience.First we would like to emphasize the increasing role of in-house IT department in the strategic decision making. Looking back to the history – it is probably fair to say that initial CRM applications market issues, such as low successful implementations percentage could be attributed to traditional Sales style of those years – selling to the top, when charismatic salesperson was trying to jump over the head of   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Bruce Zhang 
 
 Article Title :: CRM and Customer Life Cycle
 
Customer Relationship Management or CRM is a combination of enterprise strategies, business processes and information technologies used to learn more about customers' needs and behaviors in order to develop stronger relationships with them. CRM software systems automate many customer-related business tasks.CRM applications are traditionally developed as client-server software which incurs higher initial cost of ownership. The proliferation of the Internet and the Web has fueled the rapid growth of Web-based CRM or online CRM applications. Web CRM systems are widely deployed for web based call center, contact management, trouble ticket, personal information manager and scheduli  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Vincent Ong 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains FA: Fixed Assets - Overview For Consultant
 
Great Plains Fixed Assets Management module is a robust tool that can help you manage your assets effectively. It integrates perfectly with other Great Plains modules like General Ledger, Purchase Order Processing, and Payables Management ensuring accuracy while reducing redundant data entry.As with other Great Plains modules, save time and money by utilizing classes or groups to make mass changes. This is useful for depreciating, retiring, or simply changing the information for a set of assets with a single click. Great Plains' intuitive graphical user interface makes it easy to access supporting data on assets, books, etc. The latest versions of Great Plains Fixed Asset also come  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Vincent Ong 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains POP: Purchase Order Processing - Overview For Consultants
 
Great Plains Purchase Order Processing (POP) module makes up one-third of the core Great Plains Inventory and Order Processing group (the other two being Inventory Management and Sales Order Processing). POP seamlessly integrates with other Great Plains modules (GL, PM, FA, SOP, etc.) allowing for a tightly-knit information system. Gone are the days when invoices from purchases have to be asked from other departments. Great Plains POP module empowers its users by allowing access to mission-critical information including audit control and purchase activity analysis (with proper security permission, of course).Great Plains prides itself of being able to empower its users in streamlin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Vincent Ong 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains IV: Inventory Management
 
Great Plains Inventory Management (IV) module gives your business a competitive edge. By achieving accurate visibility and effective control over inventory, and setting prices on a customer-by-customer basis, you can reduce operating costs and achieve the fast, efficient fulfillment that keeps customers coming back. Inventory Management functions as the foundation of the Inventory and Order Processing side of Great Plains. This is where all order, sold or purchased, gets referenced. As with other Great Plains modules, this one is tightly connected with the General Ledger module as well as some add-ons like Extended Pricing and Bill of Materials.IV maximizes operational efficiency b  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: David Coxell 
 
 Article Title :: Accounts Payable: A Powerful Document Management and Workflow Solution
 
Accounts payable is just one area of office management where problems arise because of the sheer complexity of transactions, and the vast amount of paperwork that is generated.A disproportionate amount of time and administrative resources is consumed just getting invoices approved for payment. The problem becomes compounded when invoices are lost when being circulated for clearance and even more time is then lost in the retrieval process.Typically these documents include purchase invoices from suppliers, sales invoices to customers and purchase orders generated by customers.Even if missing documentation is successfully recovered from the system, the delay will have ca  (read full article)
 
 
 
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