Supplier News

  1. West Basin Solves Potable Water Shortage With Wastewater Reclamation
    The West Basin Municipal Water District in Carson, Calif., wholesales imported water to cities, mutual water companies, investor-owned utilities and private companies in the South Bay and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, serving a population of more than 900,000
  2. Defending Data: New Mexico State AODA Presents A Compelling Case For Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity
    The New Mexico Administrative Office of the District Attorneys (AODA) is a state-level government agency that centralizes information technology functions for all district attorney offices in the state of New Mexico. The AODA currently provides IT support and management for 32 remote offices serving approximately 1,000 end users. In a field dependent upon the highest standards of data integrity, protection and retention, it was critical for the AODA to implement the disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity solutions necessary for fulfillment of its objectives. Submitted by InMage
  3. SharePoint Is Off To A Great ''ECM'' Start In 2008
    By Mike Ball, Clearview Software The remainder of the event was very motivational. As the week went along, more and more people approached the Clearview booth, interested in learning more about ECM, how it can help their business, and how Clearview makes ECM relevant to the SharePoint community. It became very clear that this market—what I might refer to as the Microsoft SharePoint market—is rapidly developing and can provide a source of great ECM revenue growth and attachment for the foreseeable future. Submitted by Clearview Software

  4. Spectrum Detector, Inc. And Strategic Partner, SRICO, Inc., Win Phase I SBIR Air Force Contract
    Spectrum Detector, Inc. recently announced its strategic partner, SRICO, Inc., a premier manufacturer of high performance optical integrated circuit components and optoelectronic subsystems, was awarded a Phase I SBIR contract from the United States Air Force Research Laboratory
  5. Questions On RFID DoD Compliance
    There are various technologies and systems in play for complying to the RFID, UID and WAWF mandates. Submitted by Domino ISG
  6. Document-Centric Process Automation — Meeting The Challenge: Making Documents And Processes Work Together
    This report reviews the challenges of marrying document management with process automation and illustrates the importance of a document-centric process automation (DCPA) approach. It also explains how BPM and ECM can be delivered using a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model to deliver high efficiency at low cost and minimal risk. Submitted by SpringCM
  7. Aquila Gains Increased Efficiency, Faster Communication, And Enhanced Visibility Over Its Workforce
    Access to Microsoft Streets & Trips navigation software helps technicians locate hard-to-find addresses and farm taps. Integrated GPS tools and the ability to download up-to-date facility maps help them pinpoint gas lines and transformers to fix leaks and outages. Submitted by General Dynamics Itronix
  8. ECM: It’s A Whole New Ballgame — January Edition: The Value Of SharePoint-Based ECM Solutions
    By Mike Ball, Clearview Software
    With SharePoint’s rich and deep inventory of ECM functionality designed to meet the business needs of the masses, customers seeking out and evaluating SharePoint-based ECM solutions will clearly become a pervasive business trend in 2008 — and beyond. Submitted by Clearview Software

  9. FLIR Systems Announces $17.5M Delivery Order From U.S. Army
    FLIR Systems, Inc. announced recently that it has been awarded a $17.5 million delivery order from the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command in Huntsville, Alabama for its Star SAFIRE III stabilized multi sensor systems
  10. Maximizing ROI On iSCSI By Dave Dupont, SANRAD
    With the recent announcement of Dell’s intent to purchase EqualLogic, iSCSI is at the forefront of storage news conversation. The Dell/EqualLogic acquisition further validates the iSCSI SAN market, to be sure, but it was already picking up steam and there are already thousands of IT organizations that rely on iSCSI as a core element of their storage infrastructure. Submitted by SANRAD