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Published By: Tripp Lite     Published Date: May 15, 2018
A Practical Guide to IDF/MDF Infrastructure Implementation Once relegated to early adopters and casual home users, VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) has matured. An essential element of any unified communications (UC) system, it is now the standard method of voice communication in business, education, government and healthcare. If your organization has not already migrated to VoIP, the question is not so much if it will, but when. Cost is the primary driver, since the data network performs double duty by carrying voice traffic as well. VoIP also offers capabilities that far exceed traditional phone systems, with unified communication platforms promising to integrate messaging, mobility, collaboration, relationship management, zoned security, intelligent call routing, disaster recovery, video, teleconferencing, status updates and other advanced features. The transition to VoIP presents a number of challenges, including assessing the ability of your network to handle not only additio
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Published By: Quick Base     Published Date: Dec 18, 2017
Spreadsheets are good for number crunching – but many professionals use them to do things they were never meant for. The result? Long office hours, chasing down status updates, and compiling data manually. Learn the 5 signs of spreadsheet misuse and how to overcome them in this webcast.
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audit, insights, accounting, ap management, compliance, finance, spreadsheets, collaboration, reporting, forecasting, excel, customizable, ar management, fp&a, procurement
    
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Published By: IBM APAC     Published Date: Nov 22, 2017
AlchemyAPI’s approach to natural language processing incorporates both linguistic and statistical analysis techniques into a single unified system. This hybrid approach provides an industry-leading advantage since both techniques have benefits and drawbacks depending on the content and specific usecases. Linguistic analysis takes a basic grammatical approach to understand how words combine into phrases, and how those phrases combine into sentences. While this approach works well with editorialized text (e.g., news articles and press releases), it does not perform as well when it comes to usergenerated content, often filled with slang, misspellings and idioms. Statistical analysis, however, understands language from a mathematical standpoint and works well on “noisy” content (e.g., tweets, blog posts, and Facebook status updates). The combination of these two approaches allows for increased accuracy on a variety of content.
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Published By: Dassault Systèmes     Published Date: Jul 21, 2017
There is a significant gap between how manufacturing companies value specific aspects of their project execution and how they judge their performance. Better education in project management methodologies and standalone software tools alone will limit a company’s ability to perform at its highest level. A study by Engineering.com found that a web-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution is the best way for a company to fully achieve its best practices. This white paper shares how a PLM solution with embedded project management can uniquely provide: • Full alignment between projects and the product portfolio • Coordination of a project’s schedule, resources and scope • Automatic real-time status updates of project tasks • Mitigation of project risks based upon real-time assessment of product development Benefit from the unique value provided by PLM systems with embedded project management.
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manufacturing, project execution, product management education, software tools, web based, product lifecycle management, product portfolio, project schedule, status updates, project risks
    
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