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Distributor installs mobile accounting

Keeping the lines of communication open means going mobile at Noble House, a direct-store distributor in Sherwood Park, Alta., but the company learned a thing or two about IT testing procedures during the implementation process.

Dev Bytes

Microsoft Corp. has announced the Exchange 2000 Server XML Web Services Toolkit for Microsoft .NET, and beta...

Test time for Microsoft’s wireless .Net

Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday is expected to release the first public beta version of a software product that will help extend its .Net initiative to mobile devices and to elaborate on its strategy for bringing .Net services and applications to wireless users, a company official said.

Macromedia gives Flash a major overhaul

Macromedia unveiled the newest version of its tools for building Web applications, called Flash MX, along with a number of partnerships with hardware and software makers who will support the new tools.


Splitting its Palm OS engineers into a separate internal company allows Palm to license the software to third parties and its own Solutions Group. The Palm OS outfit is headed by new CEO David Nagel. One can only hope Nagel thrives on a challenge.

Managing the mobile workforce

Road warriors who want access to data and applications from wherever they are create new management challenges for corporate network managers.

Managing the mobile workforce

Using software from MobileQ, Inc. of Short Hills, N.J., those taking part in the pilot will be able to check e-mail and use the bank

Palm slashes sales forecast, cancels merger

Palm Inc. warned Thursday that revenue for its fourth fiscal quarter would come in at approximately half its original forecast, and said it has agreed to cancel its proposed merger with wireless infrastructure provider Extended Systems Inc.

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