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  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Why Consider Selective Sourcing From Sun? (PS/MS)

    Why Consider Selective Sourcing from Sun? Sun's unique delivery approach is centered around a selective-sourcing business model where the customers have the flexibility to choose the service features they need and for the duration that suits them.

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Italian Manufacturer Abandons OpenOffice.org for Improved Productivity

    Italian furniture designer and manufacturer Euromobil Group started in 1972 as Euromobil, a firm that specialized in home furnishings. The addition of Zalf and Desiree to the company allowed the new and bigger Euromobil Group to extend its product offerings and enter new markets. The growing multi-million dollar company suffered...

    Provided By Microsoft

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    GlassFish Web Stack: Highly Performant, Easy to Use Solution for LAMP/SAMP Deployments

    Providing a complete LAMP/SAMP cross-platform portfolio of Web-tier technologies, GlassFish Web Stack enables businesses to get production support for all the components of the LAMP/SAMP stack from a single vendor. A component of the Sun GlassFish Portfolio, GlassFish Web Stack provides optimized performance out of the box. The attendee will...

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Net Talk: Java Platform Standard Release 6

    Java Platform Standard Edition 6 has features and functionality that developers can take advantage of immediately without making any changes to their applications. The presenter highlights enhancements in diagnostics and monitoring, XML and web services, database support, native look and feel, and more.

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Net Talk: Sun Identity Manager 8.0

    The presenter of this webcast discusses key market drivers in Identity Management today new features Sun has developed to address those drivers and the increased Role Management capabilities built into this latest release.

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Net Talk: Java CAPS Release 6

    The presenter of this webcast shows some of the key benefits of Java CAPS. The presenter will walk through some of the great new features in this version and shows how to get started today.

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Eco Innovation Initiatives for Government

    In today's world there is a growing need for governments to innovate on an ecological level and be ecologically responsible. This webcast takes a look at some of the products and initiatives Sun has developed to make eco friendly datacenters possible for global governments.

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Housing Service Boosts Productivity 70 Percent, Reduces Costs With Server Software

    Collegiate Housing Services needed to reduce its burdensome IT management work to continue to provide excellent services and to keep costs low. The company deployed Windows Essential Business Server 2008 and has since reduced time spent on IT tasks by 70 percent, enhanced security, and rolled out new, innovative services....

    Provided By Microsoft

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Achieve Faster Deployments With GlassFish ESB

    The attendee will learn how to achieve faster deployments with GlassFish ESB. Sun GlassFish ESB offers an agile, lean, modular, pluggable, open-source integration platform that improves developer productivity, and time-to-market. With GlassFish ESB one can achieve faster and more cost-efficient deployments than expensive, complex proprietary software. GlassFish ESB's fit to...

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Reassessing Server Costs for Mid-Size Companies

    Current economic conditions might suggest that companies hold on to their installed servers longer. But doing so could actually drain the already limited IT budget, because operational costs and other soft-dollar expenses to support the many installed servers will be high relative to the costs of consolidating servers. With pressures...

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Avatar Developer Speeds Time-to-Market by Choosing Windows, .NET, Over Linux

    Software developer Darwin Dimensions wanted to marry the high quality of professionally developed avatars with the ease and cost-effectiveness of consumer software. The result is Evolver, an avatar portal based on a range of Microsoft technologies. Evolver came to market an estimated 35 percent faster than a Linux-based solution and...

    Provided By Microsoft

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Scaling Hadoop for MapReduce Applications Webinar

    Hadoop is typically scaled on a large pool of commodity system nodes. However, by using multicore, multithreaded processors, one can achieve the same scale with fewer machines. The presenter of this webcast will discuss how Sun's chip multithreading (CMT) technology-based UltraSPARC T2 Plus processor can process up to 256 tasks...

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    JavaServer Faces 2.0: A Complete Tour

    The presenter gives overview of what's new in JSF 2.0. It covers all of the many new features in JSF 2.0, from big ticket items such as Ajax and bookmarkability, to small features like new methods on ExternalContext, and everything in between.

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Dynamic Languages on GlassFish

    Interest in dynamic languages like Ruby, Groovy, Python has sky-rocketed. Developers find that their productivity increases many-fold with dynamic languages. GlassFish provides developers a platform to use dynamic languages as well as leverage Java EE features. Developers using dynamic languages like Ruby on Rails, Grails, Jython, Django can now leverage...

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Sun GlassFish ESB: The Lightweight ESB

    The attendee of this webcast will learn how Sun GlassFish ESB, a Sun-supported platform based on Project OpenESB, lowers costs by enabling to start all new projects with a transparent, open-source, lightweight platform.

    Provided By Sun Microsystems

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    IT Firm Increases E-Mail Availability, Cuts Costs by 37 Percent With Online Software

    As a midsize IT services firm, Intertec Consulting has 300 employees working in six offices around the world - and e-mail communication with one another and with customers is vital. The company's older Lotus Notes messaging system was not getting the job done. Frequent downtime and sluggish performance frustrated employees...

    Provided By Microsoft

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Video: Globalization Best Practices: An Interview with Hackett President Wayne Mincey

    A brief webcast with Hackett President Wayne Mincey in which he discusses Globalization and touches on these key points: Globalization: a concept of "where do I get work done?" Impact of Globalization Real Value of Globalization Driving impact Leveraging technology

    Provided By Oracle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Case Study: FICO and the Agilis Orion Server

    FICO had been using a simple in-house license manager to protect new installations of the FICO score, but as new implementations quickly spread around the world, they decided they needed a more sophisticated system for managing the licenses they sold worldwide. A major challenge with the product installations was that...

    Provided By Agilis Software

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    Case Study: Orion Supports Several Licensing Scenarios in the Financial Industry for NumeriX

    NumeriX had been using in-house-developed licensing tools to manage and protect their applications since 1996. NumeriX decided to outsource licensing to a third party vendor who could provide a more robust scalable solution that offered not only node-locked licenses but also concurrent or floating-license options. To support all their required...

    Provided By Agilis Software

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    ArcGIS Server and Virtualization

    Virtualization is becoming a standard IT practice. It is becoming increasingly popular among ArcGIS customers as well. Virtualization solutions are being broadly used in test, development, and production environments, providing tremendous benefits to ArcGIS Server deployments. ESRI uses virtualization technologies for the development, quality assurance, and certification processes of ArcGIS...

    Provided By ESRI

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Choosing To Go To School For Esthetician Training

    Going to school for esthetician training can be a very rewarding decision. A school for esthetician training is perfect for many people who love cosmetology but don't want to be a hairstylist or a barber. Whether you already are a licensed cosmetologist or are brand new to the idea of...

    Provided By contentdig.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Access VBA Training Adds Power To Your Databases

    Most database projects can be created using the basic commands in Access. VBA training however, gives you the tools to add powerful features to your database to make it even more useful. VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) is a computer language included with all Microsoft Office applications. If you have...

    Provided By contentdig.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Microsoft Training - 4 Benefits Of Software Classes

    Software classes now offer courses for the most popular applications. Companies often send their key employees to receive Cisco certification, Microsoft training, and expertise in a number of IT areas. This paper provides four benefits of attending Microsoft classes and other software classes to get the most out of your...

    Provided By contentdig.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Get Excel VBA Training And Forget The Macro Recorder

    Getting trained on Excel Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is the only real way of losing one's initial reliance on the macro recorder. However, the recorder should not be disregarded altogether. For example, if you find yourself working with an Excel object or procedure you find difficult to code, recording...

    Provided By contentdig.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Which Forex Trading Training Courses Really Teaches You How To Make Money?

    With the proliferation of currency online classes on the internet which began shortly after the deregulation of the markets in 1997 it is very difficult for the first time buyer to distinguish between the reputable establishments and the fly by nighters. When attempting to differentiate between what would be a...

    Provided By contentdig.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Reinvent Your Career

    If you work long enough, something along the way will probably happen to you. You will work with a co-worker who drives you crazy, a boss that doesn't get you, or an employee that keeps you up at night. It's all a part of the working world. At other times,...

    Provided By CareerAge.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    6 Reasons To Make A Lateral Career Move

    If you are not moving up, then why move? When moving up is not an option, a strategic sideways move can put you in a more advantageous position. Whether you move to another employer or to another department within the same company, this paper provides 6 reasons why a lateral...

    Provided By Yahoo

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    5 Careers To Get Passionate About

    When you're passionate about your job, going to work is a pleasure instead of a chore. As the saying goes, when you do what you love, you'll never "Work" a day in your life! This paper explains about five careers you can get passionate about. They're worlds away from the...

    Provided By Yahoo

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Flexible Web Service Based Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks

    The current sensor networks are assumed to be designed for specific applications, having strongly coupled data communication protocols. The future sensor networks are envisioned as comprising heterogeneous devices assisting to a large range of applications. To achieve this goal, a new architecture approach is needed, having application specific features separated...

    Provided By Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

  • Case Studies // Jan 2010

    State IT Agency Expects to Increase E-Mail System Availability and Reduce Costs

    The Washington State Department of Information Services (DIS) is the primary technology provider for all government agencies in the state. In 2009, the governor requested that state agencies consolidate their e-mail systems to reduce operational costs. DIS needed to find an e-mail solution that would provide high availability while reducing...

    Provided By Microsoft

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Windows Communication Foundation - An Application Programming Interface in Dot Net

    Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is designed to offer a manageable approach to distributed computing, broad interoperability, and direct support for service orientation. WCF is in is in accordance with the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). This is in accordance with the SOA to support Distributed Computing where WCF client can consume...

    Provided By TarKia

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Reduce Data-Entry Form Development Time by 60%

    Creating data-entry forms can be very time consuming and tedious, and maintaining them can be a nightmare. However, with ComponentOne InputPanel for WinForms creating and maintaining data-entry forms is no problem at all. The control removes all redundant tasks such as control alignment, spacing, data-binding, labeling, accelerator key generation, and...

    Provided By ComponentOne

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Increase Your Sales Win-Rate With Win-Loss Analysis: Understanding The Customer's Selection Process

    The problem is a suboptimal sales win-rate, combined with a lack of visibility to explain exactly why your competitors are winning deals that should be yours. At the heart of the solution is an analytical technique known as Win-Loss Analysis - a multifaceted process that includes a serious dialog with...

    Provided By First Resource

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become A TV Evangelist

    Televangelism was coined by Time Magazine and is a combination of television and evangelism. A TV evangelist uses television as his medium to spread the Christian faith. In the past, ministers, pastors, priests and other religious figures could only spread their faith through the local community and the local church-goers...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become A Swimsuit Model

    Becoming a swimsuit model is very demanding and highly competitive. You need to have the right figure, physique, stamina and attitude to survive in this business. Before you can become a swimsuit model, you have to prepare yourself, your mind and especially your body for the demands modeling will ask...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Be A Primary Caregiver To A Child

    In the early stages of life, children learn the most and are shaped by one-on-one relationships. A primary caregiver also acts as a special teacher to the child and an exclusive expert on him or her. This is not just an easy job since the primary caregiver is also responsible...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Avoid Trouble: Knowing What To Say When Terminating An Employee

    Before you say anything at a termination meeting, you should mentally prepare. Get control of your emotions allowing for a "Cool down" time before continuing with the termination. It might be a good idea to jot down a few notes to remind you of what you plan to say. These...

    Provided By TerminatingAnEmployee.Com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become A Theater Sound Designer

    Sound design can be defined as "The manipulation of audio elements to achieve a desired effect". The field of sound design is both creative and technical. It includes all the auditory components of a performance, whether in music, films, artwork, or even computer game software. A Sound Designer is the...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become An Adjuster

    More commonly known as the claims or loss adjuster (in the UK), an adjuster either works as an independent contractor or is an insurance company employee or as a private individual, to inspect damages for accident claims. Claims adjusters work specific to claims, for example, some work to inspect damages...

    Provided By How To Do Things

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Become An Acupressurist

    Recall any pictures or images you've seen of Indian ascetics lying on a bed of nails without any signs of pain or discomfort? Of course, these are stereotypes created to describe eastern or Oriental cultures and people, typically from India, China or other country in the Asian continent, but that...

    Provided By How To Do Things