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Caudle is president of an international consulting and training firm that specializes in business requirements gathering and process re-engineering.
355 five-year active business requirement represent welcome taxpayer-friendly guidance in the tax-free spinoff arena, and can also be viewed as a precursor to a gentler approach in the context of other reorganizations (i.
For example, business requirements differ for "current" and "historical" data.
The issue is information availability, a business requirement that's increasingly gained attention since an operator error crashed the first server and left operations treading water while management asked, "What happened?
If C contributes all of the B assets necessary to the conduct of B's business, and only passive assets remain with C, the active trade or business requirement will likely be violated, because C will not be engaged in an active trade or business (i.
iSCSI support in DB2 environments will enable customers to consolidate their core DB2 data with affordable SAN solutions, while meeting business requirements for performance and availability, for a higher return on investment.
As the Director of PeopleSoft Sales for the UK and Ireland, and as the Vice President and Managing Director of Siebel for the UK, South Africa and Ireland, Stark established and led highly successful teams that achieved market leading revenue and profit growth, introduced innovative solutions to key customer business requirements and successfully delivered high ROI projects to client organizations across all vertical markets.
A modular design enables on-demand scaling of capacity, performance and availability, matching storage capacity to ongoing business requirements and fully utilizing storage resources.