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Customizing your IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 experience

by Barry Max Rosen | April 2013 | Enterprise Articles IBM

The article, IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3, helps you master the IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 client to become an expert at e-mail, calendaring and scheduling, contacts, to dos, and much more. This article by Barry Max Rosen, author of Instant IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 How-to, explains how IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 is highly customizable and works the way you want it to work.

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Follow the Money

by Stephen D. Kelly | April 2013 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

This article prepared by Stephen D. Kelly, author of Oracle Primavera Contract Management, Business Intelligence Publisher Edition v14 , In this we will look into the details of managing the money side of your project. These are the nuts and bolts of the core of PCM.

The money is at the core of PCM. All documents in PCM related to money are also related to a specific contractual relationship defined in PCM (trends being a possible exception). And since the contractual relationship is the center of the universe as far as PCM is concerned, it follows that managing the money is at the core of the system. If you understand the information in this article you will be far ahead of most users of PCM, and all the other articles will make more sense.

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Active Directory migration

by Santhosh Sivarajan | April 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

In this article by Santosh Sivarajan, author of Instant Migration from Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 to 2012 How-to , we get a brief idea about the details of Active Directory migration prerequisites, schema upgrade procedure, verifying the schema version, and installing the Windows Server 2012 Domain Controller in the existing Windows Server 2008 and Server 2008 R2 domain. We will start with the Active Directory migration.

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Managing Oracle Business Intelligence

by Dhananjay Papde Tushar Nath Vipul Patel | March 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Oracle

Oracle Business Intelligence is an integrated solution that addresses business intelligence requirements, such as enterprise performance management, data integration, financial performance management, data warehousing analysis, and reporting.

Oracle Business Intelligence includes Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer, Oracle Business Intelligence Reporting and Publishing, and Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher.

This article by Dhananjay Papde, Vipul Patel and Tushar Nath, authors of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Administration Cookbook describes the steps to configure OEM 12c to manually discover the Oracle BI EE targets.

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Connecting with people

by Ralph Roberts | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by Ralph Roberts, the author of Yammer Starter , will help us increase our interaction with people by experimenting with several tasks on Yammer.

In this article, we will cover the following topics:

  • Posting an update

  • Posting a photo or other graphics

  • Commenting and complimenting

  • Yes we LIKE that

  • Learning more

  • Receiving notifications

  • Searching

  • Using the bottom line

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Role Center pages

by Christopher D. Studebaker David A. Studebaker | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by David Studebaker and Christopher Studebaker, the authors of Programming Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2013, we will cover one of the key features of NAV 2013, which is the Role Tailored user experience centered around Role Centers tied to user work roles.

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Animating a built-in button

by Nick Polyak | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

This article by Nick Polyak, author of Instant Silverlight 5 Animation , will describe the process involved in animating a built-in button.

A Silverlight button has the following mouse-driven states:

  • Normal

  • MouseOver

  • Pressed

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Getting Started with the Citrix Access Gateway Product Family

by Andrew Mallett | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles

This article by Andrew Mallet, author of Citrix Access Gateway VPX 5.04 Essentials, we will explain Citrix Access Gateway in detail.

If you have ever tried navigating the range of products and vendor websites, you will be able to sympathize with those poor souls trying to come to terms with all of the different options that Citrix has for the Access Gateway products. So many choices! Soon, you will also find out that the costs of these products will vary from nothing to many thousands of dollars. The aim of this introduction is to help you become familiar with the range and make some informed decisions about which product is right for you. We will work with the VPX edition (virtual appliance); however, most of the configuration remains consistent between the models. Additionally, at this stage, we also need to show you where Citrix Access Gateway (CAG) will fit into your corporate remote access and security environment.

Specifically, in this article, the following topics will be looked at in detail:

  • Security and Remote Access solutions addressed by CAG

  • Citrix Access Gateway hardware

  • Citrix Access Gateway specifications

  • Citrix Access Gateway versions

  • Citrix Access Gateway VPX

  • Designing a secure Remote Access solution

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Accessing Oracle

by Geoffrey Hudik | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft Oracle

In this article by Geoffrey Hudik, the author of Instant Oracle Database and PowerShell How-to , we will look at loading libraries to create objects to interact with Oracle.

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Life Cycle Management

by Lonneke Dikmans Ronald van Luttikhuizen | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles SOA

Let's take a look at the life cycle of services in an SOA. Controlling and communicating the life cycle is important in your organization. Consumers need to know the stage of a service, to decide whether they can use it. Providers need to keep track of versions and support changes that are requested by consumers, without creating chaos or a big financial burden caused by supporting too many versions at the same time. Tooling can help keep track of the services in your organization, including their stage and version.

In this article by Lonneke Dikmans and Ronald van Luttikhuizen, authors of SOA Made Simple , you will learn how to control the service life cycle and versions in your SOA and understand the role tooling plays in this process.

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