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Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands!
The Palm VII is a logical wireless extension of the Palm Pilot platform. The Palm VII is a data-driven device allowing access to such information as news, sports, weather, e-mail, driving directions, and yellow pages.

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Product Background 3Com introduced the Palm VII Wireless PDA in early 1999. The device initially retailed for $599 (MSRP) USD with an expensive wireless monthly service fee. In October of 1999 prior to the Palm spin-off, 3Com cut not only the cost of the device from $599 to $499, but also lowered the cost of service due to complaints from the end user population of
6/26/2000

Palm Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand
Palm Computing to offer software to allow Palm devices to network with enterprise systems and applications.

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: Palm Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand Palm Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand R. Krause - October 27, 1999 Read Comments Palm Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand R.A. Krause - October 27th, 1999 Event Summary 10/18/99 - 3Com s Palm Computing offspring will stand or fall on the willingness of large corporate IS groups to embrace an array of new devices, from personal digital assistants to cellular phones, that use the Palm operating system as their basic software. This week the company, which will be spun
10/27/1999

Sony Picks Palm OS
Sony announced plans to build new Palm OS-based hand-held gadgets that could allow people to view videos, listen to music and organize information, thereby shutting out Windows CE.

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: Sony Picks Palm OS Sony Picks Palm OS R. Krause - November 17, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Associated Press, 11/16/99 LAS VEGAS - In a major snub to Microsoft Corp., Sony unmasked plans yesterday to build new hand-held gadgets that could allow people to view videos, listen to music and organize information - without the help of the Windows operating system. The Japanese consumer electronics giant instead chose the Palm operating program to run the basic functions of the devices, advancing the 3Com
11/17/1999

Palm to Give Developers a Leg Up
Palm, Inc. announced a new initiative to help designers and developers increase the quantity and speed of bringing Palm-based products to market.

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: Palm to Give Developers a Leg Up Palm to Give Developers a Leg Up R. Krause - December 12, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - December 12, 2000 Event Summary Palm, Inc. has announced PluggedIn@Palm , a program aimed at helping Palm-based developers create hardware and software add-ons for the Palm OS and compatible handheld devices. Palm will help developers in all phases of product development: Concept Phase - development kits Development Phase - prototyping help Production Phase - introductions to
12/12/2000

A Case Study and Tutorial in Using IT Knowledge Based ToolsPart 2: A Tutorial
This tutorial, part 2 of a two part series on Knowledge Based Selection, demonstrates the selection processes and capabilities of Knowledge Based Selection Methods and Tools. These tools, integrated with business decision making procedures, can arguably reduce selection risk and improve chances for success in IT projects. Given the appalling rate of IT project failures, selection can potentially help reduce risk in some 30% of cases, with an associated estimated cost of about $30B annually to industry according to some sources. In this tutorial, we illustrate a number of the procedures for rapid decision processing through the real-life selection of a PDA device. The process gave confidence to the argument to wait for the solution, while weighing risk against return.

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: to the iPAQ, Jornada, Palm IIIc, and Casiopeia EM-115. I have a penchant for a color screen, and hence rejected the Aero 1550 as the cheaper monochrome alternative. However, let us add the Aero to our shortlist for a demonstration below. The fourth area of the window - at the bottom - shows the results of the evaluation as a bar graph. Once the candidates have been narrowed down, you need to insert business requirements. There are two steps generally related to this part of the process, exhibited in the
5/31/2001

How 3Com, Became 1Com
3Com is getting out of it’s no-growth modem and high-end networking businesses. It’s already spun off the high-growth Palm unit. What will be left?

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: First 3Com spun off Palm, Inc. Now it s walking away from 45% of its revenue stream and 23% of its workforce. What will be left? Cash. 3Com CEO Eric Benhamou noted that 3Com s cash account exceeded US$3 Billion during the analyst briefing on 20 March. It s going to use that to fund its restructuring. 3Com will be left with investments in high-potential sectors such DSL, a still-profitable SOHO (small office home office) and midrange networking business, and relatively high brand awareness. Core
4/7/2000

Embedded Linux for Handhelds
A spate of recent announcements from Lineo, Inc., Red Hat, and others concern the development of

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: much owned by the Palm OS (approximately 80% share), so boasting of Windows CE compatibility is of little value for PDAs. The appliance market is fairly new, however, and presently is one of the areas where Microsoft will try to gain some market share for CE. Providing a WinCE-like Linux solution should help Linux pick up at least part of the ready-made CE market. In addition, Win CE application compatibility should buy the FOL (Friends Of Linux) more time while Linux applications get written. It will
2/14/2000

Grocer Moves Shopping to the Palm of Customers’ Hands
The biggest financial benefit of an integrated information technology (IT) platform and architecture is not only that it improves the productivity of an organization’s IT infrastructure but also that the platform improves the experience of the customer. This report reviews a case where strong customer experience led to competitive differentiation.

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: Moves Shopping to the Palm of Customers’ Hands Grocer Moves Shopping to the Palm of Customers’ Hands Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: The biggest financial benefit of an integrated information technology (IT) platform and architecture is not only that it improves the productivity of an organization’s IT infrastructure but also that the platform improves the experience of the customer. This report reviews a case where strong customer experience led to competitive differentiation.
3/18/2011 11:36:00 AM

Who Needs Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Anyway? » The TEC Blog
mro , Oracle , PALM , plm , Pronto , SAP , Tales Comments chris kluis on 29 December, 2009 at 4:43 pm # I think you forget property management companies and lodging companies as possible targets of EAM systems. EAM systems are very valuable for any asset intense industry. You can find a list of industries that we believe would benefit from an EAM system on our website . Good post! Paul Bamwesige on 30 December, 2009 at 11:34 am # I would like to be taught more about EAM Alan Townsend on 31 December, 2009

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29-12-2009

How Has MAPICS Been Extending?
MAPICS, one of the leading mid-market ERP vendors, has significantly expanded its product offering during 2000. On June 15, MAPICS announced the release of XA 6.0, the latest version of its flagship AS/400-based Extended Enterprise Application (EEA). Earlier, on May 9, MAPICS announced the delivery of its second flagship product, the Point.Man Extended Enterprise Edition, which enables customers, suppliers, distributors and partners to collaborate via the Internet. We express our view regarding its latest announcements and strategic direction.

PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: application, to the 3Com Palm VII device. Market Impact MAPICS is an exemplary case of a vendor reinvigorating itself and significantly extending its products offering scope by conducting a far-sighted acquisition. With Pivotpoint in its fold, MAPICS is now in a much stronger position to help its customer base of mid-sized manufacturing companies become e-businesses, with its wider portfolio of solutions. We believe this was possibly the best strategic move that MAPICS could have made given its state of
7/19/2000

Regulatory and Compliance Software Evaluation Report


PALM NOTEPAD SOFTWARE: Regulatory and Compliance Software Evaluation Report allows you to compare and analyze the features, functions, and services of multiple enterprise software solutions. Vendor responses are comprehensively rated on their level of support of for each criterion (supported, not supported, customization, future releases, etc.) to ensure you make and accurate and informed decision.


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