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Snapping On a Web Interface

Web-Enable Your Database How great would it be, if you could “Web-Enable” your Databases? With Infosilk you can instantly place a awesome Web-Based interface on top of your Database. Typically it would take weeks to months of skilled programming to … Continue reading

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Five Minute Report Creation

Five Minute Web Reporting Five minutes to build a powerful Web-based Report? Sound hard to believe? Well, this is really the central concept behind InfoSilk. We have taken the best methods of interacting with information and data that the Web … Continue reading

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Cutting Costs with Self-Serve

Typical Request Cycle The typical request cycle consists of: 1) The End User makes a request 2) Development of the request is scheduled 3) Developer completes the request 4) End User reviews results and is satisfied or the cycle restarts … Continue reading

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Standards Based Technology

Java Server Application The InfoSilk Server is a Java Server application, which runs on Windows and UNIX for maximum portability. InfoSilk can easily be scaled on multiple servers to meet enterprise performance requirements. For less intensive demands, the Database, Java … Continue reading

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The New Deliverables Reality

The New Reality For much of Enterprise Computing’s history projects took a minimum of six months to a year from conception to deployment regardless of their complexity. The analysis, design, coding, testing and acceptance phases needed to be performed and … Continue reading

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Security and Monitoring

Security InfoSilk has numerous features, controlling who can view and update your data. User ID and password security control access to all applications. Users can be limited to read only access, prohibiting them for updating any data. The next level … Continue reading

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Smart Pricing

Existing Pricing Models The most common software pricing modules are: Per CPU – You’re charged for each CPU that powers your reports Per Application – You’re charged for each Application that you implement Per Developer – You’re charged for each … Continue reading

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