The survey of 101 network engineers, IT managers and CIOs found that 68 percent have implemented
or will implement
VoIP in the next 12 months; 40 percent have implemented
MPLS or will implement
the technology in the next 12 months; 50 percent have implemented
or plan to implement
a WAN optimization technology in the next 12 months; and 58 percent indicated that application and network latency is the most relevant information to them when reporting on WAN optimization improvements.
Although the JCEL construction contractor was initially skeptical of the program, this contractor now embraces the program as straightforward to implement
with the added benefits of increased levels of site safety and housekeeping.
Expeditiously negotiate and implement
a new provision in the Income Tax Convention with the United States eliminating withholding on all dividends and interest for payments to both related and unrelated parties.
Despite the benefits of cooperative learning, a significant number of schools do not implement
or support this form of instruction despite the fact that their students could benefit from these practices (Maheady, 2001).
Gehl Company, West Bend, WI, announces plans to discontinue the manufacturing and distribution of its agricultural implement
Rather, it will examine the idea of using an LSI on the FCS program, attempt to find the pros and cons of the concept, and offer recommendations should the Department of Defense (DOD) decide to implement
this methodology on future weapon system acquisitions.
Of those owners with no plans to implement
green building standards, almost two-thirds (65%) cited a lack of demand for these improvements and another quarter (26%) didn't believe the LEED standards were worth the increased cost.
In the past, only the largest companies could afford data replication technology to implement
a disaster recovery solution for their e-mail systems.
Cooperation of the business staff is what the records manager and the IT staff need to successfully implement
The software is so complex that it's difficult to implement
in any given company.
Finalizes, without change, an interim rule published on May 13, 2004 (DFARS Change Notice 20040513), to implement
statutory provisions that permit exceptions to domestic source requirements in limited situations.
This article explains how CPAs can help implement
e-mail programs that reduce compliance risks by using the privacy framework developed jointly by the AICPA and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA).