HISTORY OF MULTIVALUE, CHAPTER 6: "THE INDUSTRY'S BEST-KEPT SECRET"
Pick and Associates' early licensing policy was a deterrent to rapid and full-scale porting of the system. BY GUS GIOBBI
IMHO (IN MY HUMBLE OPINION)
SQL Server may be popular, but it's "pug ugly on the inside," according to the author. Find out why SQL Server always seems encouragingly similar to MultiValue, but works out disappointingly different. BY STEVE VANARSDALE
For independent developers, the key to success is being able to give your clients what they want: applications that are full power, full function, rock solid, low cost and flexible. Learn how one developer has used Revelation Software's Web and GUI tools to do just this. BY ROBIN WOODLAND
A step-by-step case study in setting up WebWizard with a UniVerse database. BY ALBERT QUAN
WEBONOMICS 101: SAFE SKIES WITH WIRELESS NETWORKING
Wireless has some reasonably good security measures for home and small business implementations, including SSID, MAC and WEP. For medium to large business, however, VPN options can be more attractive. Industry expert, Mel Soriano, compares the VPN protocols with typical wireless techniques to
SPECTRUM SPOTLIGHT: MONOLITH CORPORATION MATURES WITH A MISSION FOR MASTERY
From its humble beginnings in 1986 with a staff of just 13, to employing 125 in 2002, Monolith has grown in more ways than human bodies. As a leading microcomputer product and service provider from the start, Monolith has expanded into infrastructure and computing architecture solutions, as well as business intelligence and data warehousing solutions. Find out how its plans for mastering the MV market have created a winning team.
BTW (BY THE WAY)
MultiValue industry analyst Steve VanArsdale investigates Monolith Corporation's approach to distribution channels . and success. BY STEVE VANARSDALE
PALM VS. POCKET PC . REVISITED
What kind of PDA device should you use . a Palm device or Pocket PC device? There are several things to consider when you choose which one to use, including OS versions, hardware, compatibility and software