When working with WebLogic server you will inevitably have to create some Java keystores along the way. The Java keytool or OpenSSL can accomplish most everything you would need to do but sometimes I like using something UI based to do some of the tasks. That is where a tool like KeyStore Explorer can come in quite handy.
In my experience I have noticed that many different companies do not manage their database correctly, or even at all. I have included a link to the Microsoft TechNet article describing strategies for managing your SQL database. There are lots of helpful hints pertaining to log management, backup and restore procedures, rebuilding faulty system databases, importing and exporting data, and even copying databases from machine to machine. This light reading will make you more aware of some possible issues and provide you with basic knowledge of recommended procedures to get the most out of your SQL Server.
In the ECM industry where quality and consistency are key, it is important to know the tools and resources that can be utilized to ensure legibility of your organizations documents. I have found that when it comes to image quality that even a little change can make a big difference.
Kofax provides an add-on pack for their Transformation Modules product to handle CMS-1500 (formerly HCFA) and CMS-1450 (alternatively, UB-04) medical claims forms called the KTM Medical Claims Add-on package. Related to this package is the Kofax Export Connector for Medical Claims. This Export Connector allows for the data captured off of said forms to be formatted in the HIPAA-compliant EDI/ASC X12 837 formats (to be exact, 837 Professional for the CMS1500 and 837 Institutional for the UB04).
ILINX Export supports the Microsoft Cluster Service (MSCS) for High Availability. MSCS provides the ability for a group of independent servers to be managed as single system. ILINX Export is a Cluster-Unaware Service and relies on the Generic Service Resource Type to manage services as a cluster.
As the demands of digital storage increase with the ever increasing amounts of personal and professional data. The technology to meet these growing needs is changing in new and exciting ways. The following link talks about some of the exciting things we can expect for the future of our storage needs.