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The following White Papers have been placed online for public access. The majority of our white papers have restricted-access, accessible only to members our clientbase as part of their consulting services packages. If you are an existing client and desire access to additional white papers, please contact your consultant. If you are looking for technical questions and answers, please also visit our Technical Q&A Section.

Y2038 C & C++ time bug
This paper describes the details of the Y2038 time_t programming issue, including scope, affected software and hardware, and methods for insuring that the Y2038 time bug does not affect your operations. PDF format, compatible with Acrobat Reader 3.1 and higher.

Web Objects as middleware glue
This paper describes the uses and implimentation requirements for WebObjects, a middleware glue to tie inbetween the web and corporate infrastructure.
Note: The price of WebObjects has decreased drastically (to under $5k) and thus the costs listed, including cost-to-impliment have been radically reduced.
PDF format, compatible with Acrobat Reader 3.1 and higher.

SCSI vs. ATA (ATAPI, IDE, EIDE)
This paper examines the differences between SCSI and ATA (inclusive of ATA, ATAPI, IDE and EIDE [E/IDE]) at the desktop level. It provides ROI and purchasing guidelines for when SCSI is appropriate for the desktop.
PDF format, compatible with Acrobat Reader 3.1 and higher.
A slightly simpler, more direct html version of this SCSI vs. ATA White Paper is also available.

 
 

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