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Usability
Poor usability leads to irritation and fatigue and it has an adverse impact on the usage experience. In an on-line shopping web site, it can lead to loss of revenues. Poor usability in business applications leads to increased help desk costs. On the other hand, better usability makes our usage experience more fun and can increase productivity. A highly usable on-line shopping web site tempts repeat visits, builds customer loyalty, and increases its revenue-earning potential.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: Usability Usability S. Ketharaman - February 15, 2004 Read Comments Introduction There have been several reasons given over the years to explain the success of Microsoft s software products. Rarely has usability featured in these discussions. Many of us would recall how painful it was to draw a table in WordStar or WordPerfect . Microsoft Word made it simple, intuitive and fun to draw tables. The same goes for text formatting, mail merge, envelope printing, and so on. Extra wide screens in many software
2/15/2004

OS SmackDown!
In the latest escalation in the battle between Windows and Linux, directions on how to replace each with the other have been published on the Web by their respective champions.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: OS SmackDown! OS SmackDown! R. Krause - January 12, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Recently, Microsoft published instructions on how to remove Linux OS and install Windows 2000/NT4 on the newly-freed-up disk drive. Not to be outdone, Linux-philes have countered by publishing instructions on how to remove a Windows OS and replace it with Linux. To close the circle, Paul Ferris, Editor at Linux Today, highlighted the silliness by publishing his own mostly-joking piece on how to uninstall both Windows and
1/12/2000

IBI + IBM = EAI
The latest entrant in the race to support IBM's MQSeries Integrator Version 2 is Information Builders (IBI) with its Middleware Technology Group's 'Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator'. The product provides SQL access to over 80 different data sources, and should prove a good fit with MQSI. In addition, IBI has announced support for IBM’s WebSphere Application Server.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: IBI + IBM = EAI IBI + IBM = EAI M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Event Summary Information Builders (IBI) , has announced support for IBM s (NYSE: IBM) MQSeries Integrator Version 2 via IBI s Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator product. The combination of the two products provides application support on over 35 different platforms and over 120 relational, non-relational, transaction, and application sources. Information Builders has worked with IBM to
12/14/2000

A Sharp ASP
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas has selected Harbinger as their Application Service Provider of choice. The multi-year contract will allow Harbinger to integrate e-Procurement and business applications across Sharp's e-Supplier community.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: A Sharp ASP A Sharp ASP A. Turner - July 14, 2000 Read Comments A. Turner - July 14, 2000 Event Summary On June 14, 2000, Harbinger Corporation, a supplier of business-to-business (B2B) e-Commerce solutions, announced it has been selected by Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas (SMA) as its Application Service Provider (ASP). Under the multi-year contract, Harbinger will begin work to expand Sharp s e-Supplier community and integrate e-Procurement transactions via a suite of applications hosted for
7/14/2000

eMachines to Buy FreePC
Low-cost PC maker eMachines announced it will acquire FreePC Inc

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: eMachines to Buy FreePC eMachines to Buy FreePC R. Krause - December 1, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary 11/29/99 - Low-cost PC maker eMachines announced it will acquire FreePC Inc., the company that last February helped touch off the free PC craze by giving away personal computers to users willing to share private marketing data. Instead of giving away its PCs, eMachines will launch a new service, based on FreePC software, aimed at connecting first-time computer buyers with services vendors. eMachines
12/1/1999

Be to Be FreeB(i)e
Be Inc. will offer the newest version of its operating system for free later this quarter. Version 5 for the desktop will be available for download to pre-registered individuals.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: Be to Be FreeB(i)e Be to Be FreeB(i)e R. Krause - January 26, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary January 18, 2000 - Be Inc. said today that it will offer the newest version of its operating system for free later this quarter. Version 5 for the desktop will be available for download to pre-registered individuals. Be will also work with publishers and other partners to distribute the software. Commercial users of BeOS 5 will still require a separate license from Be. The software currently retails for $99. The
1/26/2000

Dynamic Ariba Trades Up
Ariba Inc., a leader in electronic purchasing systems for the Internet, has acquired Trading Dynamics, a maker of applications that support business-to-business trading.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: Dynamic Ariba Trades Up Dynamic Ariba Trades Up D. Geller - December 13, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Ariba Inc (Nasdaq: ARBA) announced its acquisition of privately held Trading Dynamics for stock valued at approximately $400 million. The acquisition will enable Ariba to offer such dynamic pricing models as auctions, reverse auctions, and exchanges. The six current customers of Trading Dynamics will be folded into Ariba s current customer network and will therefore have access to all other buyers and
12/13/1999

Selecting a CMMS System
There are many CMMS and MRO systems in the market, each one with specific features that can bring benefits to airlines or repair shops. An airline's needs must be defined by the process, which help establish an objective that will ultimately select the best system.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: the challenge of integrating parts around aircraft maintenance. Whether the solution comes in the form of modules or is based on functionality, it should allow users to control maintenance jobs, generate forecasts, and provide managers with useful information that is easy to read and interpret, and is oriented to performance indicators. The main benefits that a CMMS system should bring to an airline include standardizing process time and handling information that is common to every module in the system.
6/10/2005

Intel Server Trends
The Intel-based server market is one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. What are the key trends in this market, and what will they mean to users, vendors, and the products themselves?

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: Intel Server Trends Intel Server Trends R. Krause - May 9, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 9, 2000 Introduction: The product space being examined is Intel-based servers (still known as PC servers in some areas). In this note, we will examine how five key trends affect users, vendors, and the product(s). In the Intel-based server market, there are five trends of note: Market consolidation Consolidation of servers within a company Focused functionality, e.g., server appliances Movement toward
5/9/2000

E-learning Course Design
This article provides hints for the design of e-learning courses with regard to target audience, navigation, objectives, motivation, media, interactivity, assessment, aesthetics, tool selection, and evaluation.

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: which links to all parts of the course so that the learner can choose where he or she will start or navigate to next (self-directed learning)? Are there several types of menus to help different learners? Can learners determine their own path through the course, if appropriate? Have you provided a glossary as an option to clarify meanings of words? Is an exit option always available? Does branching to other topics create a sense of being lost? Is there a way for the learner to tell how far along she is?
2/23/2006

“Whistler” Beta on the Web?
Source code for a future Microsoft OS, code-named “Whistler”, mysteriously appeared on the Internet in mid-March. How did it get there? Does it matter? And why does Microsoft management keep making statements that are later retracted?

PARTS OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPER: “Whistler” Beta on the Web? “Whistler” Beta on the Web? R. Krause - April 14, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [3/23/00] For the second time in approximately a month, a senior Microsoft executive has publicly reversed himself, or been reversed by HQ, before the ink was dry . In February, it was Chief Software Architect Bill Gates. (Refer to TEC News Analysis Microsoft says: Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Glasses for the earlier instance.) This time, it was Jim Allchin, the vice
4/14/2000


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