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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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On launch the web client (Figure 3) hovers over the content of the website and can be freely moved, allowing the user to continue browsing the web page in the background.
All these functions will now be available in the new Fluidic web client.
As mentioned the only web client was be used for measurement.
There are two key elements to this number: websites and web clients. The report shows websites are constantly at risk of being taken offline or defaced from SQL injection, PHP File Include or other attacks, and that these types of attacks have doubled in the last six months.
The new system includes smart clients and Web client presentation layers to maximize performance and offer various distribution models.
The Corporate Edition Web Client is available with the company's Message Server appliance that integrates e-mail routing, storage, access and management with multilayered e-mail security to block hackers, spam and virus threats.
A growing number of proponents argue that applications created with AJAX perform better than todays Web browserbased applications, Microsofts Atlas is a 'Web client framework' designed to make the job of building AJAX-style applications simpler, said Charles Fitzgerald, the company's general manager for platform technologies.
The CitectSCADA[R] V6 offers features such as a zero-maintenance Web Client true color support, 500 additional symbols, time-stamped data and custom alarm filters and its unique "Process Analyst"--a visualization tool that combines historical alarm and trend data in one integrated display.
The software, called BlackBerry Connect for Palm OS, will also support the BlackBerry Web Client, a wireless Internet e-mail service for individuals and small businesses that doesn't require server software.
This announcement was part of RIM's "BlackBerry Connect" licensing program, which allows mobile device makers to access BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Web Client. Nokia and Symbian are already among RIM's licensed partners so far.
Communications and collaboration services will provide mail, calendar and address book accessible via a web client that is interoperable with Microsoft Outlook.
The contract, won by Technology Nexus' Spanish subsidiary, included the implementation of the MEMO Open Web client for the bank's entire organisation with nearly 16,000 users, Technology Nexus said.