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Calendar Silverlight

Design scheduling solutions with finesse with Calendar Silverlight. Easily manage Multiple - Appointment, Contact, Location and Task...

September 18, 2013 by DBI Technologies

Spire.PDF

Spire.PDF for WPF is a WPF PDF component which enables your WPF applications to read, write and manipulate PDF documents without using...

August 30, 2012 by e-iceblue

Telstra provides open-source T-Hub code

The nation's biggest telco Telstra has made the open-source software components used to build its T-Hub next-generation home telephone system publicly available, after it was criticised for keeping them private by an Australian software developer last year.

February 20, 2011 by

Dynamic Application Parts

With Dynamic Application Parts you can create your own database applications to the Internet. Dynamic Application Parts contains everything...

January 5, 2012 by JLRC CO. ApS

Oh, and SaaS gets transformed, too

An acquisition today illustrates how SaaS itself is being transformed by the cloud's ability as a platform to deliver other components alongside software, such as content, on-demand labor and professional services.

September 23, 2010 by

Microsoft adopts GPL for Hyper-V Linux components

Mark this day in your diary: Microsoft has decided to use the GPL for some of its software.This is according to Matt Asay over on our American sister site CNet News, who reports that the Hyper-V Linux Integration Components, which are low-level software components that integrate tightly with the Linux kernel to make it work better with Hyper-V, are being released under GPL 2.

July 20, 2009 by

Bring Your Own Computer - Citrix's experiement in computing

The only way this can work is if the organization has taken steps to centralize the management and delivery of all of the components of a desktop environment. This means adopting access virtualization, application virtualization, processing virtualization, management and security software.

February 8, 2009 by

Whatever happened to the 'middle' in middleware?

Quote of the week: "In the mid 1990s, 'middle' meant 'the gaps between applications and software components.' Middleware was technology you turned to in order to try to build distributed systems: transaction processing middleware, database middleware, object middleware...

November 14, 2008 by

IKEA's mixed bag of IT investments

Last evening I read an interesting Gartner case study (registration wall warning.) It tells how IKEA Components, a company that is part of the iconic retailer of flat pack furniture used Lawson Software products to make significant across the board process savings and improvements.

August 20, 2008 by

How do you benchmark real-world work?

Most of the technical reviews of Windows Vista I've read recently focus on speeds and feeds. But does that granular approach miss the real point of owning and using a PC? Can any stopwatch-based measurement of isolated tasks performed by individual hardware and software components really measure the worth of a technology investment? I don't think so. What really matters is usability, a subject I've been thinking and writing about for nearly two decades now. But what's the best way to measure usability? The answer isn't as simple as you might think.

February 20, 2008 by

Oracle's wall-to-wall software suite

Oracle massive software suite, important components of which were assembled during the company's aggressive acquisition strategy (41 companies over the last 45 months), has yielded an impressive product road map. Oracle presented its grand vision to the 43,000 attendees of OpenWorld, its annual user conference which was held this past week in San Francisco.

November 17, 2007 by

Google Dalvik Virtual Machine Goes Head to Head With Java & .NET

Google’s Android software ‘stack’ for mobile devices appears to be underpinned by a more substantially game-changing technology than at first thought in the form of the Google Dalvik virtual machine. Android includes an operating system, middleware and a set of core applications with reusable components and on the surface is billed as being capable of running Java applications on mobile phones under the Apache Licence 2.

November 14, 2007 by

Home-grown headaches

Just at the time when we are hearing more and more about self managing software systems, automation for lifecycle management, autonomic self-healing computing and pre-packaged tools and components I got speaking to a company today who assert that home-grown software is a major cause of IT downtime.OK, so we know that reducing downtime is a perpetual challenge for IT departments, despite the advent of technology that helps companies to monitor IT services and circumvent hardware issues.

October 24, 2007 by

IBM's Cell processor looks like a candidate to power numerous infrastructure appliances

The multi-core attributes of Cell, plus the proprietary 'Synergistic Processing Elements' (SPEs) for the chips provide the means to exploit parallelism and finely tune each box for the specific functionality at hand. The fact that these specialized and closed functional components (hardware, software, integration, optimization) require much less set-up and life-time support, appeals to architects (if not integrators). They may also help on energy use and heat-dispersion issues as well.

August 31, 2007 by

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