Monthly Archives - June 2014

For Our NAV Users: Using NAV’s Search Filters Options

Occasionally we focus a post on information helpful to our users of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, a powerful ERP application in which our firm happens to specialize – and [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 26, 2014

Google is About To Know a Whole Lot More About You

This month, laws quietly changed that made it legal to sell higher resolution satellite photos commercially.  That means that folks like Google can take a closer look at [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 24, 2014

A U.S. Manufacturing Comeback: Yes? No? You Decide

A Wall Street Journal special report recently on Manufacturing (June 2, 2014) challenges us with the pros and cons of the argument that U.S. manufacturing is poised for [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 19, 2014

You’ll Be Hearing A Lot More About This

In the What’s New in the Tech World department today… Have you heard about graphene yet?  You will. It’s a new-tech material with some pretty amazing properties – and [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 17, 2014

Is Productivity About to Turn… Finally?

A recent article in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Global Economics section (Nay 19, 2014) points out that the U.S. is caught in a “productivity rut.” The gist of the argument is [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 12, 2014

Beyond the Cloud: Computing in the Fog

Let’s start with a basic premise: as Christopher Mims of the Wall Street Journal put it in a May 19th article, “Getting data into and out of the [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 10, 2014

Virtualization Moves to the Network

We often recommend to our clients the benefits of server virtualization – in effect replicating through computer RAM the capabilities of what were previously several servers (application, data, [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 5, 2014

Cycle Counts: Strategies and Mistakes

“Cycle counting is most effective when it triggers research, identification and elimination of the cause of errors.”  That’s the counsel given by Andrew Stein, CPIM, in an article [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: June 3, 2014