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StrikeIron: Telephone Mashups Meet Web 2.0

StrikeIron Inc. along with Sylantro Systems and O'Reilly Media, has announced winners of the first-ever Telephony Mashup Contest. The event was held at O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Conference (ETel), and showcased how Web 2.0 meets telephony apps for VoiceXML, SIP, VoIP, PBX/IVR. IDN meets the winners, and looks at telephone mashups with a StrikeIron exec.

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ICEsoft: Bringing Ajax to the Enterprise

ICEsoft Technologies Inc. is taking new steps to bring Ajax to the enterprise. The company has put into Open Source its ICEfaces dev framework, which tightly connects client-side Ajax to J2EE, to Open Source, and launched Web 2.0 dev community for those tools. IDN speaks with Icesoft CTO Steve Maryka to get a pulse on enterprise Web 2.0 apps using Ajax.

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uXcomm: Eyes End-to-End SOA Management

uXcomm eyes end-to-end SOA management with its Service-Oriented Management Architecture. SOMA looks to unify SOA management across mobile devices, enterprise apps and legacy resources. SOMA lets device makers, ISVs and enterprise architects easily add management to any server, network element, appliance or storage device. IDN learns more.

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Xignite: Web 2.0, Web Services for Financials

In 2007, Xignite will expand its Web 2.0 data and integration services offerings to the financial community, a tough crowd to please. The company already offers easy-to-integrate real time data services to help with trading, portfolio management, data analytics, and custom Web 2.0 mashups. IDN speaks with Xignite CEO Stephane Dubois.

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Survey: Apps at Risk for Reverse Engineering

Some two-thirds of companies with Java, .NET or Open Source applications are at risk of having their apps "reversed engineered," a recent survey of 600 corporations concluded. IDN takes a quick look at the vulnerabilities, and a survey of 600 corporate IT shops.

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Survey: Apps at Risk for Reverse Engineering

Some two-thirds of companies with Java, .NET or Open Source applications are at risk of having their apps "reversed engineered," a recent survey of 600 corporations concluded. IDN takes a quick look at the vulnerabilities, and a survey of 600 corporate IT shops.

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Borland: Lays Down Gauntlet on ALM Tools

Borland has unveiled its Open ALM approach to help IT turn software delivery into a more manageable business process. Borland execs say its Open ALM strategy, and its first-gen product line, dubbed Gauntlet, will let customers re-assert their power over the growing list of closed Application Lifecycle Management tools. IDN talks with Borland VP Marc Brown about the move.

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DataDirect: Houston, We Have XQuery 1.0

After 8 years of at-times-intense vendor discussions, the W3C has finally adopted XQuery 1.0 (and seven other XML standards). The standards looks to help enterprise IT unify diverse databases, documents, emails and web pages into a single, searchable datastore. But how will XQuery 1.0 change things, and how should IT pro's treat the news? IDN speaks with W3C XQuery Working Group member DataDirect Technologies' XML Architect Carlo Innocenti.

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JackBe: 2007 Trends in Enterprise Ajax, REA

Last fall, JackBe launched a game-changing platform called Presto for how enterprise IT can add business-criticality to Ajax and rich client apps (RIA/REA). IDN speaks with JackBe execs John Crupi and Chris Warner about top 2007 trends for enterprise Ajax/REA.

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JackBe: 2007 Trends in Enterprise Ajax, REA

Last fall, JackBe launched a game-changing platform called Presto for how enterprise IT can add business-criticality to Ajax and rich client apps (RIA/REA). IDN speaks with JackBe execs John Crupi and Chris Warner about top 2007 trends for enterprise Ajax/REA.

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Evans: Global Web 2.0 Use To Zoom n 2007

In 2007, Evans Data Corp. studies say enterprise devs with Web 2.0 skills in Ajax, RIA, REST and alike will enjoy great career benefits. Further, Evans says top ISVs and toolmakers are gearing up to support a variety of worldwide developer communities. IDN speaks with Evans' CEO John Andrews about 2007 dev trends, in advance of its annual Developer Relations event, March 1213.

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Evans: Global Web 2.0 Use To Zoom n 2007

In 2007, Evans Data Corp. studies say enterprise devs with Web 2.0 skills in Ajax, RIA, REST and alike will enjoy great career benefits. Further, Evans says top ISVs and toolmakers are gearing up to support a variety of worldwide developer communities. IDN speaks with Evans' CEO John Andrews about 2007 dev trends, in advance of its annual Developer Relations event, March 12-13.

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