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DEFINITION: ITCH is a direct data-feed interface that allows customers of the NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations) to observe or disseminate information about stock trading activities. ITCH facilitates the display of data concerning added, executed, modified or canceled orders. It is also possible to exchange cross and stock directory information.Each ITCH feed is composed of  … 
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Communications Protocols Reports
Bringing System Management to Messaging & Collaboration
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ANALYST REPORT: The fast growing interaction between email, collaboration and social media is creating new management pressures. Analysts Bernt Ostergaard and Clive Longbottom offer answers in this paper from Quocirca.
Posted: 24 Apr 2014 | Published: 24 Apr 2014

Extreme Transaction Processing: Electronic trading at NYMEX
sponsored by Progress
WEBCAST: This Webcast explores a method for increasing the capacity of messaging infrastructure in order to support greater message throughput and future organizational growth.
Posted: 28 Sep 2007 | Premiered: Sep 28, 2007


Customer Satisfaction with Email Archiving Systems
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WHITE PAPER: Email archiving is rapidly becoming a critical best practice for organizations of all sizes and across all industries. This white paper compares Sunbelt Exchange Archiver (SEA) with a cross-section of other email archiving offerings, to help decision makers in the evaluation process.
Posted: 29 Jan 2010 | Published: 29 Jan 2010

Sunbelt Software

Presentation Transcript: Microsoft Exchange Server: To Host or Not to Host?
sponsored by Intermedia
PRESENTATION TRANSCRIPT: This webcast presentation transcript reviews the pros and cons of a hosted messaging approach for an Exchange environment. Hosted offerings can help shrink IT budgets, but there are many things to consider for optimal results for your unique company.
Posted: 17 Jun 2009 | Published: 17 Jun 2009


Blackberry Enterprise Server for Novell GroupWise
sponsored by BlackBerry
PRODUCT LITERATURE: The collaboration client that was previously named BlackBerry® Instant Messaging for Novell® GroupWise® Messenger is now named the BlackBerry® Client for Novell® GroupWise® Messenger.
Posted: 27 Feb 2009 | Published: 25 Feb 2009


SharePoint E-Zine Vol.2: Practical IT Strategies for Enterprise Collaboration
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EZINE: This eZine explains planning global enterprise SharePoint deployments, creating custom global search scopes in SharePoint and top tips for harnessing Microsoft SharePoint governance.
Posted: 25 Sep 2008 | Published: 25 Sep 2008


The Impact of Messaging and Web Threats
sponsored by Trend Micro, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This Osterman Research white paper discusses how messaging threats are evolving, both as independent threats and as a delivery mechanism for web-based attacks.
Posted: 09 May 2008 | Published: 01 Apr 2008

Trend Micro, Inc.

Mobile Social Networking and the Next Generation of Handheld Devices
sponsored by BlackBerry
WHITE PAPER: This paper explains how social networking and the next generation of handheld devices will improve business decision-making through efficient, unified communications and location awareness.
Posted: 25 Feb 2009 | Published: 25 Feb 2009


Application Discovery Tool
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TRIAL SOFTWARE: With the Sophos Application Discovery Tool, you can quickly perform a scan and find the applications installed on your network, both legitimate and unwanted. The tool can be run without uninstalling or deactivating your current anti-virus software.
Posted: 16 Apr 2009 | Premiered: 29 Feb 2008

Sophos, Inc.

Extend the Value of IBM Lotus Applications to Increase Productivity with Avaya Unified Communications - Sponsored by Avaya and IBM
sponsored by Avaya
WHITE PAPER: Good communications are key to any company's success. The most successful enterprises strive for anywhere, anytime communications to best serve employees and clients who are increasingly mobile and geographically diverse. By unifying communications, a company can deliver communications anywhere, anytime and any way.
Posted: 25 Jun 2009 | Published: 25 Jun 2009

COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOLS DEFINITION (continued): …  a series of sequenced messages delivered with a higher-level protocol such as TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) or UDP (User Datagram Protocol). ITCH makes it possible for subscribers to track the status of each order from the time it is first entered until the time it is either executed or canceled. Subscribers can also disseminate or receive administrative messages. ITCH is intended for information exchange only. Active trading is supported by the OUCH protocol and other related protocols, such as OTTO and RASHport.According to a representative of the NASDAQ, neither "ITCH" nor "OUCH" … 
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