Customization Of (ERP) Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Based on statistics, more advisors believe that customization features are no longer found in modern Enterprise Resource Planning systems. Thus, a number of users ponder the functions and benefits that customization offers. After all, customization was merely changes in format designed with several configuration tools that you can find in the latest ERP solutions available at present. These essential tools are intended to improve the functions of an ERP system by allowing it to meet specific needs of every type and size of business. Nevertheless, modern ERP solutions include relevant features and tools that provide businesses the ease
Hybrid Cloud: The Influential Factor Of Flexibility You might have seen many articles on private cloud or a public cloud, but a cloud strategy is not limited to this only. The answer may be in an intermediate range, the Hybrid Cloud. First of all, let’s see how these services are deployed. Private cloud – internalized or externalized: A private cloud is a cloud infrastructure operated directly and exclusively by an organization. The best known example is that of a cloud that runs on an internal IT company. Obviously, this infrastructure can be internalized. Under these conditions it is operated by
Cloud Computing In Education: The New Start-up Frontier? Ever since the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s, the dream (or perhaps more accurately, fantasy) of creating a successful start-up and striking gold on the Internet has continuously drawn in new entrepreneurs seeking both fame and fortune. Constantly looking for a new market to conquer (or create), entrepreneurs tend to be drawn to sectors that are either innovating quicker than anywhere else, or that are lagging sorely behind the times. As cloud computing is incrementally being introduced as a useful technology in classrooms across America, entrepreneurs have begun to flock to
The Creator Of PHP Shows Jelastic Support, As Advisor PALO ALTO, Ca., July 1, 2013 - Jelastic Inc., the creators of the cloud hosting platform for Java and PHP applications (http://Jelastic.com), today announced that Rasmus Lerdorf, the creator of the PHP scripting language will serve the company as an Advisor. In this capacity, he will support Jelastic with access to his technical expertise and help them to create innovative new technology. Rasmus is also a distinguished engineer at Etsy; he authored the first two versions of the PHP language and participated in the development of later versions led by a group of
Bridging Distances Through Video Conferencing TIP: If you face issues downloading any of the referenced assets, try refreshing the page – it usually works! Distance, they say, makes the heart grow fonder, but it’s definitely not good for business. However, with globalization, geographical dispersion is a fact of life. Without the intimacy of in-person interaction, conducting negotiations and engaging in discussions become tedious. Yes, telephones can help, but considering that experts say most communication is non-verbal through gestures and facial expressions, lack of visual input is a major shortcoming. That’s where video conferencing comes in. According to recent Frost & Sullivan
Utilizing RESTful APIs In The Cloud Just like Cloud, RESTful APIs have provided a way for system architects to execute services which can seamlessly scale and have modular architecture, ease of integration and extensibility. RESTful APIs are the way to go when it comes to the Cloud because of their ability to deplete latency, security and smart encapsulation of the legacy systems. Cloud based architectures can easily be integrated with the RESTful API’s because of the platform independent approach being used. Developers prefer the usage of RESTful API with the Cloud primarily because of the ability of RESTful services to
Some Ideas on Optimizing Performance of a Cloud Deployment Cloud is fast becoming one of the primary factors ushering a paradigm shift in technology and the way business is done. With Cloud penetration increasing and big enterprises making the move to the Cloud, there’s a growing discussion around optimizing performance of the infrastructure that powers a Cloud. New ways are being pioneered on optimizing performance of a Cloud infrastructure. With the befitting benefits like flexibility, program development interfaces (APIs), self-service provisioning and automated de-provisioning, the Cloud does bring some undesired realities like latency, query lags, security vulnerabilities and aggregated failures.
Are Choices Clouding The IT Department? As consumers, we are exposed to an infinite amount of choices in what we buy, wear and eat – whether this is a consequence of globalization or our dependency on the internet is irrelevant, but it has now begun to represent a real challenge for the IT department or administrator. For years, IT has created efficiency and reduced the support overhead by creating “standard” environments and platforms, effectively creating an underlying IT infrastructure with one size fits all mentality. With the rise of cloud technologies and services, the IT consumer is already presented with the choices