Microsoft Unveils Role-specific User-friendly ERP Solution

 CRN Network, Feb. 24 2009, 1130 hrs

Microsoft India launched Dynamics NAV 2009, a role-specific user-friendly ERP solution, which will help businesses boost productivity and work smarter, maximizing their effectiveness in driving business impact and thereby overcoming the challenge of reining in costs during these economic conditions.


“Research has clearly indicated that people work best when they have access to the relevant information in a simplified form; with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 and its Role Center, we offer businesses just that. The solution enables a role-tailored user-experience which empowers people to work smarter and more effectively and collaborate better,” stated Sushant Dwivedy, Director, Microsoft Business Solution, Microsoft India,

The solution delivers value-added technical advancements and out-of-the-box integration with other Microsoft technology, improving total cost of ownership. It will continue to support its partners by providing them with tools and resources they need to build and sustain a profitable business. 

Ideal for small and midsized organizations, NAV 2009 can simplify access to information, improve organizational agility, streamline integration with a wide range of applications, and enhance reporting capabilities, even for the most highly specialized industries and organizations. It is localized to the statutory and tax requirements of India.

The role centre is a unique aspect of NAV 2009 and provides a single, integrated view of the information and activities most relevant to employees’ roles, helping people throughout organizations organize and prioritize their work and manage tasks quickly and effectively. 

Ajay Mian, CEO, Alle Technology, a Microsoft partner, stated, “NAV 2009 firmly puts Microsoft Dynamics in a leadership position as the most appropriate business solution for SMBs. The technical and functional richness of the solution will enable businesses to optimize costs and enhance efficiencies. The role tailored client will enable people to use the system in unison with the way they think of their business

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Netgear Introduces Managed Stackable Switch

CRN Network, Mar. 12 2009, 1230 hrs

Netgear has rolled out Prosafe 24-Port 10/100 MBPS L2 managed stackable switch with static routes FSM7226RS.

The switch with 24-10/100 Mbps ports and 2 combo Gigabit Ethernet ports provide unprecedented flexibility. This enables fiber connectivity through two hot-swappable small form-factor pluggable (SFP) Gigabit interfaces. The non-blocking design of the switches delivers simultaneous, full wire-speed, low-latency throughput to all ports. In addition, the 1U rack-mount form factor uses less rack space and provides a lower per-port cost than comparable Fast Ethernet switches.

It also comes with security features that include IEEE 802.1x port-based authentication ensuring that only authorized users can access the network and Access Control List (ACL) provides higher level of security for specific traffic and applications. Secure management of the switches is available through Secure Sockets Layer (SSLv3) for the Web GUI and Secure Shell (SSH) for Command Line Interface sessions. Multiple switches can be securely managed via SNMPv3 with the vendor's ProSafe Network Management Software NMS100. These switches have an industry standard command line interface (CLI), which enables customers to cut down their operational expenses.

Priced at Rs 26,900, the Prosafe 24-Port 10/100 MBPS L2 Managed Stackable Switch comes with lifetime warranty and is available with Rashi Peripherals and Ingram Micro.

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Hitachi Data Systems Promotes Jack Domme as CEO

CRN Network, Mar. 6 2009, 1200 hrs

Hitachi Data Systems has promoted Jack Domme as the Chief Executive Officer and Minoru Kosuge as the Chairman of Hitachi Data Systems. The new executive appointments are effective from April 1, 2009.

“I would like to congratulate Minoru Kosuge on his new role. I look forward to leading the company as we continue our expansion in key growth areas where we can leverage our leadership in storage and data virtualization, such as file and content services and modular storage,” said Jack Domme, Chief Executive Officer, Hitachi Data Systems. “

"I look forward to continuing to work with Domme and the entire HDS leadership team to further build upon the company’s culture and legacy in strategic focus areas,” said Minoru Kosuge, Chairman, Hitachi Data Systems.

Domme first joined Hitachi Data Systems in 2003 and has held a number of management positions. Prior to his appointment as Chief Operating Officer, he served as Executive Vice President of Global Solutions Strategy and Development responsible for product design, technical strategies and product management. Prior to joining Hitachi Data Systems, he served as Vice President of product and sales engineering at Storage Networks.

A 29-year veteran of Hitachi, Kosuge has held a number of positions in corporate and product strategy, IT management, logistics planning and operations. He also served as Executive Vice President and Chief Storage Architect, collaborating with Hitachi Data Systems Global Sales and Disk Array Systems Division (RSD). From 2003 to 2005, he was Division President of RSD, where he led his team in developing the Universal Storage Platform.

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