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PrettyPark Virus Litters Cyberspace
There have been numerous reports of the PrettyPark virus running rampant on the Internet this week. Help keep cyberspace clean by wiping out the PrettyParks.

WORST VIRUS EVER: PrettyPark Virus Litters Cyberspace PrettyPark Virus Litters Cyberspace L. Taylor - March 10, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary A new strain of the PrettyPark virus is creating havoc on the Internet this week. If a user s desktop computer becomes infected with it, the result is that it connects the user s computer to chat rooms, and sends private system information out for public viewing. There have been some reports of desktops being connected to more than one chat server at a time. If the infected
3/10/2000

Another Type Of Virus Hits The World (And Gets Microsoft No Less)
A number of anti-virus vendors, including Trend Micro and Computer Associates, have warned of a virus with a new approach. It is known variously as QAZ.TROJAN or QAZ.WORM, and was officially renamed to W32.HLLW.Qaz.A in September. The virus enters via unprotected shared drives and usually replaces the Notepad.Exe application, although there have been occasions where Notepad was not the victim. The virus then provides a backdoor to outside intruders, giving them in effect remote control over the computer that has been infected. This analysis contains some suggestions to protect your machines.

WORST VIRUS EVER: Another Type Of Virus Hits The World (And Gets Microsoft No Less) Another Type Of Virus Hits The World (And Gets Microsoft No Less) M. Reed - November 9, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - November 9, 2000 Event Summary A number of anti-virus vendors, including Trend Micro and Computer Associates, have warned of a virus with a new approach. It is known variously as QAZ.TROJAN or QAZ.WORM, and was officially renamed to W32.HLLW.Qaz.A in September. The virus enters via unprotected shared drives and replaces the
11/9/2000

Why One Virus Engine is not Enough
There is no single antivirus engine on the market today that is the fastest and most effective at identifying viruses, spam, or other threats. According to a recent survey, 97 percent of organizations have antivirus software installed, yet 65 percent have been infected at one time or another since. One way to reduce the chance of virus infection is to install multiple antivirus scanners at the mail server level.

WORST VIRUS EVER: Why One Virus Engine is not Enough Why One Virus Engine is not Enough Source: GFI Software Document Type: White Paper Description: There is no single antivirus engine on the market today that is the fastest and most effective at identifying viruses, spam, or other threats. According to a recent survey, 97 percent of organizations have antivirus software installed, yet 65 percent have been infected at one time or another since. One way to reduce the chance of virus infection is to install multiple
8/9/2007 9:48:00 AM

Won’t Get Fooled Again: The 5 Worst Buzzwords in the CRM Industry Today » The TEC Blog
Fooled Again: The 5 Worst Buzzwords in the CRM Industry Today » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts

WORST VIRUS EVER: CRM, CRM buzzwords, customer relationship management, technobabble, vendorspeak, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
18-12-2007

Autodesk, Inc.


WORST VIRUS EVER: Autodesk, Inc., is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Customers across the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, and media and entertainment industries—including the last 16 Academy Award winners for Best Visual Effects—use Autodesk software to design, visualize, and simulate their ideas before they're ever built or created.

A Key Link in the Supply Chain—Connecting Business Strategy to Distribution Center Processes
Today, there is less clarity in wholesale, retail, and vertical sales operations than ever before. In a marketplace that dictates increasingly complex operations, distribution centers of all types need to ensure that their warehouse management systems keep up with customer demand. To keep your supply chain from exploding in your face, defuse complexity with a simple distribution indexing tool.

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8/29/2007 4:49:00 PM

A New Supply Chain
The global trade industry is changing faster than ever before. It’s now possible for importers to have a level of visibility into their business that was impossible a few years ago. Importers realize the profound effect this information will have on their ability to be profitable, and are eager to implement information solutions. So what’s the best application for you?

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2/20/2007 3:30:00 PM

The Service Equation: 4 Keys for IT to Create Value for the Business
IT organizations struggle with the challenges of shrinking budgets, ever-changing technology, compliance pressures, and more. For greater efficiency, many IT organizations are turning to information technology service management (ITSM) to help improve processes. But there’s still too much focus on technology and not enough on business outcomes. Learn key strategies for changing your approach to delivering IT services.

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7/7/2008 1:59:00 PM

The Hidden Gems of the Enterprise Application Space
Given ever-shorter product life cycles and companies' ever-increasing reliance on third parties to increase customer satisfaction, the need for some form of supplier relationship management (SRM) category of software should not be questioned.

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10/29/2003

Integration of MES with Planning and Scheduling Solutions
To respond to an ever-changing environment, steel manufacturers are making investments to improve their systems. But over time, these modification dollars can add up! With an integrated and collaborative approach—combining the capabilities of a manufacturing execution system (MES) with the advantages of an advanced planning and schedule (APS) solution—manufacturers can realize considerable benefits without the added cost.

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8/6/2007 2:26:00 PM

HR State of the Market
With a shortage of skilled workers looming throughout the western world, it's more important than ever to manage your human resources effectively...

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8/17/2009


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