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Selecting a CMMS System
There are many CMMS and MRO systems in the market, each one with specific features that can bring benefits to airlines or repair shops. An airline's needs must

shops computers  or in independent repair shops, because their costs are lower than CMMS itself. This allows the expansion of the system's scope so it can operate both inside and outside the airline. However, to install a wireless network and radio frequency antennae, the safety and integrity of the data must be ensured—this subject will become more important as the use of wireless networks spreads worldwide. There are several mobile computing providers in the market as well as large, diverse, powerful, and affordable

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shops computers  to-medium-sized manufacturers including job shops, custom and mixed-mode manufacturers, and make-to-order manufacturers. M1 provides total integration and automation from quoting through invoicing. It is flexible and offers fully supported customization capabilities designed to handle companies' most valuable and unique business processes. M1 software can help companies reduce operational costs, improve productivity and increase profitability by simplifying the process of planning production jobs, Read More

Intel Faces 820 Chipset Problems (Again)


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shops computers  the small local screwdriver shops that assemble systems to order. Many of these use SDRAM with the 820 to shave costs. Intel expects its forthcoming 815 chipset, with SDRAM support, to debut in Q2 2000, sooner than the fixed 820 chipset. We forecast a 70% likelihood that the 815 will quell demand for SDRAM support on the 820. User Recommendations This issue only affects Intel 820-based systems shipped between November 1999 and May 2000. Intel has provided a free downloadable utility that tests for Read More

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