Showing posts from June, 2012

Flexible ERP Improving IT Efficiency for Enterprise

 Today’s ERP systems give IT organizations the flexibility to adapt the system to their requirements. ERP solutions that run on a standards-based architecture can support multiple databases, operating systems, and hardware platforms. Such architecture makes it fast, efficient, and cost effective for IT organizations to deploy the ERP solution within their existing environments or modify their environments without extensive changes and customizations, improving IT efficiency. And additionally, solutions that support standard IT tools for troubleshooting, optimization, backup, and restoration allow IT administrators to use their familiar tools to safeguard the system and optimize its operation. Next generation ERP solutions that employ modern web-based architectures and web services and support wireless and mobile wireless devices give organizations the option of further improving efficiency by extending their internal systems to remote/mobile users, partners, and su

How to manage multiple iOS devices

I know that using many Apple Devices is not so easy, and not so hard too. You don't have to lose any data or download apps again just because you've bought another iOS device. Here are some ideas to transfer or sync your stuff across devices and also share with family and friends. Getting a New Device? Here's how to backup your apps and data before you move: 1.       Sync your device to transfer apps. Connect your device to the computer and launch iTunes. Right click on the device name and select 'Sync Now'. 2.       Right click on the device name again and select 'Backup'. This will save all settings, messages, photos, documents and saved games. Music, videos and apps are not part of this backup. 3.       Once backup of your old device is complete, disconnect it and power on your new device. It will ask you to setup via iCloud or via iTunes. Choose to setup via iTunes and connect it. 4.       Once drivers for the new devic