iTM 10-27-2008 Text 1 T.L. Ashford is “The Labeling Answer”® for the System i. Ashford's Barcode400 has been the dependable choice for the industry since 1983. With Barcode400's newly enhanced Graphic Designer no “green screen” interaction is needed for label design. New features include: AFP/HP-compatible printing, easy-to-use graphics import tool, test print to desktop printer, simple font download tool, updated drivers and format listing reports. Even compliance labeling is made easy with design templates. Call 800-541-4893 to order a FREE DEMO CD or visit us at T.L. Ashford & Associates. Read More >>
These days, encryption is essential. Be sure you're doing it right.
By Patrick Townsend
Encryption key management is a crucial part of any data encryption strategy. It's designed to protect credit card numbers, social security numbers, or any other sensitive information you need to protect in data files. A failure in encryption key management can result in the loss of your sensitive data and can lead to severe penalties and legal liability. Unlike public/private key technology, which maintains the security of two separate endpoints, database encryption uses a single secret key, and its loss compromises your data. That's why good encryption key management is so important to your data security strategy.
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Your disparate applications are preventing users and developers from working to their full potential and your company from succeeding.
By David Brault
The use of computers and software exploded at the end of the 20th Century, and today many businesses find themselves using multiple ERP, inventory, and financial systems in a mixed-presentation environment. In situations such as these, users are increasingly forced to modify existing work habits to accommodate the software, which is diametrically opposed to the core fundamentals of software.