Renkus-Heinz

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  • White Papers // May 2013

    Drivers for Strategic Choice of Cloud Computing as Online Service in SMEs

    Cloud Computing Service (CCS) paradigm is changing IT strategy of organizations in the digital world. CCS that requires few upfront investments and uses lease-based pricing is especially relevant to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), which have limited resources and may not know their true valuation for the IT prior...

    Provided By Renkus-Heinz

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Facilitating Inter-Application Interactions for OS-Level Virtualization

    OS-level virtualization generates a minimal start-up and run-time overhead on the host OS and thus suits applications that require both good isolation and high efficiency. However, multiple-member applications required for forming a system may need to occasionally communicate across this isolation barrier to cooperate with each other while they are...

    Provided By Renkus-Heinz

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Exploring the Path to ERP Implementation Success: In Retrospect After Rollout

    Whereas numerous studies have examined Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation, little work has investigated the underlying causal links in the form of conceptual models. This paper develops a casual model for ERP implementation success, using a two-stage approach. In Stage one, 27 online publications on...

    Provided By Renkus-Heinz

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Exploring the Path to ERP Implementation Success: In Retrospect After Rollout

    Whereas numerous studies have examined Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation, little work has investigated the underlying causal links in the form of conceptual models. This paper develops a casual model for ERP implementation success, using a two-stage approach. In Stage one, 27 online publications on...

    Provided By Renkus-Heinz

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Facilitating Inter-Application Interactions for OS-Level Virtualization

    OS-level virtualization generates a minimal start-up and run-time overhead on the host OS and thus suits applications that require both good isolation and high efficiency. However, multiple-member applications required for forming a system may need to occasionally communicate across this isolation barrier to cooperate with each other while they are...

    Provided By Renkus-Heinz

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Drivers for Strategic Choice of Cloud Computing as Online Service in SMEs

    Cloud Computing Service (CCS) paradigm is changing IT strategy of organizations in the digital world. CCS that requires few upfront investments and uses lease-based pricing is especially relevant to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), which have limited resources and may not know their true valuation for the IT prior...

    Provided By Renkus-Heinz