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  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    On the Integrity of Network Coding-based Anonymous P2P File Sharing Networks

    Network coding is a class of routing algorithms offering increased throughput and improved robustness to random failures. With traditional routing, intermediate nodes in the network may only forward unmodified packets. With network coding, instead, intermediate nodes are allowed to forward linear combinations of received packets. Original data can be reconstructed...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Vendors Reveal 10 Of Their Top CRM Tips

    Try to define your rationale for installing a system up front before you begin discussion with vendors, suggested Scott Holden, director of product marketing at Salesforce.com. "Make sure that you put the user community at the center of defining your requirements. Too often CRM experts lead the selection and companies...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    CRM And Business Intelligence Get Smarter With Analytics

    Business analytics used to be a very geeky endeavor practiced by hard-core IT people skilled in the arcane arts of data access, data mining, data analysis, and, of course, data warehousing. Those days are largely gone - and so are the reams of lovely spreadsheets they spawned. While the goals...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    The Negotiator: Good PMs Are, At Their Heart, Effective Negotiators

    As a project manager, one is often the ultimate middle man in that one does not actually have true authority, total decision making power, or even direct management of the team. The power and influence that one is able to build and provide is a direct byproduct of the success...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    4 Leadership Styles That Will Improve Your Game

    What is one doing? How is one going to achieve that? These are just a couple of the questions that members of any project team ask during the life of a project. The same can be said for members of management looking to see how their initiative is going to...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    On the Integrity of Network Coding-based Anonymous P2P File Sharing Networks

    Network coding is a class of routing algorithms offering increased throughput and improved robustness to random failures. With traditional routing, intermediate nodes in the network may only forward unmodified packets. With network coding, instead, intermediate nodes are allowed to forward linear combinations of received packets. Original data can be reconstructed...

    Provided By QuinStreet

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    4 Leadership Styles That Will Improve Your Game

    What is one doing? How is one going to achieve that? These are just a couple of the questions that members of any project team ask during the life of a project. The same can be said for members of management looking to see how their initiative is going to...

    Provided By QuinStreet

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    The Negotiator: Good PMs Are, At Their Heart, Effective Negotiators

    As a project manager, one is often the ultimate middle man in that one does not actually have true authority, total decision making power, or even direct management of the team. The power and influence that one is able to build and provide is a direct byproduct of the success...

    Provided By QuinStreet

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Vendors Reveal 10 Of Their Top CRM Tips

    Try to define your rationale for installing a system up front before you begin discussion with vendors, suggested Scott Holden, director of product marketing at Salesforce.com. "Make sure that you put the user community at the center of defining your requirements. Too often CRM experts lead the selection and companies...

    Provided By QuinStreet

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    CRM And Business Intelligence Get Smarter With Analytics

    Business analytics used to be a very geeky endeavor practiced by hard-core IT people skilled in the arcane arts of data access, data mining, data analysis, and, of course, data warehousing. Those days are largely gone - and so are the reams of lovely spreadsheets they spawned. While the goals...

    Provided By QuinStreet