[2004-07-30] IT Department Skills to Support Microsoft Great Plains and Microsoft CRM
Microsoft Great Plains as ERP and Microsoft CRM as Client Relation Management system is very robust combination and could serve midsize to large corporation as Business System. Being VP IT or IT Director you need to foresee the positions to have in your IT department to do internal MS Great Plains and MS CRM support.

[2004-07-30] Microsoft Release Cumulative Security Patch For Internet Explorer
Following up to the patch that was released over the Fourth of July weekend, Microsoft has issued a cumulative patch for their web browser. The patch, called "Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 (KB867801)", fixes three vulnerabilities.

[2004-07-29] Microsoft Great Plains Upgrade – things to consider and FAQ
If you have Microsoft Great Plains and support it for your company then you need to know some technical details about Great Plains version upgrade and what is going on behind the scenes, which options do you have in case of Dexterity, VBA, SQL customization, additional complexity comes with migration from ctree/Pervasive to MS SQL/MSDE.

[2004-07-29] Microsoft CRM Modification – Overview for IT Specialist
Microsoft CRM is now on the scene and it is increasing its market share, due to the Microsoft Business Solutions muscles and marketing strategy. It is tightly integrated with other Microsoft Business Solutions products such as Microsoft Great Plains, Solomon, Navision.

[2004-07-26] Content Management Systems: What’s the Catch?
"Content Management System" (CMS) is an expression that is widely used in relation to Web site development and maintenance today. Maybe even more than widely: the search for "Content Management System" returned 2,190,000 results pages from Google. What's so special about it? Is a CMS a must for any individual or company that owns a Web site? Can you do without it? If you know the answers to these questions, you don't have to read any further - this article is for those who want to find out what a CMS is and whether they need it at all.

[2004-07-22] ICANN To Begin Implementing IPv6
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has begun implementing the update for Internet's method of identifying computers that are connected to it. The new Internet Protocol, called IPv6, will increase the amount of numbers available, by an incredible margin, that are used to in the identification process.

[2004-07-21] Bagle.AH, Worm Is Spreading Worldwide
Panda Software has detected the appearance of the new worm Bagle.AH (W32/Bagle.AH.worm), a malicious code that uses both email and file-sharing programs like Kazaa, Morpheus, e-mule or LimeWire in order to spread rapidly across computers.

[2004-07-21] The Wrong Stuff
Now that IT departments are starting to do just a little recruiting, it's time to think about how to hire the best and brightest people. Despite having had a few years when they could be really choosy, hiring managers seem to have lost sight of how to pick great employees.

[2004-07-20] The Big Payoffs of Workflow Automation
You've heard it before, "Streamline Operations", "Reduce Operating Expenses", and "Cut Labor Costs". But what does it all mean? How much can a company expect to save? How can Workflow Automation achieve this goal?

[2004-07-06] Microsoft Releases Another Patch For Internet Explorer
During the Fourth of July weekend, Microsoft released a patch for Internet Explorer, MS's web browser. The patch was designed to thwart a security hole that would allow malicious code to be spread from IE to the user's computer.