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BackWeb

An Internet delivery platform from BackWeb Technologies, Inc., San Jose, CA. Introduced in 1996 when the Internet became public, BackWeb provided a platform for companies to establish channels that pushed content to their customers, such as news, stock quotes and software upgrades. It also allowed users to work with Web-based applications when they were offline. In 2014, the company went into voluntary liquidation. See push technology.
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Having extensively evaluated multiple architectures for mobility, I believe that BackWeb delivers a unique capability, one that significantly reduces the time, cost and risk of development for our customers.
patents owned by BackWeb covering methods for transmitting information between a remote network and a local computer and distributed client-based data caching systems.
Customers can utilize BackWeb Offline Access Server to gain mobile, disconnected use of their portals and Web applications to help increase field sales and field service productivity.
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We are pleased that an influential research firm has recognized BackWeb as a premier vendor of offline solutions in the portal market.
BackWeb Increases Value of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Applications Running on the WebLogic Platform
BackWeb OAS integrates at the presentation layer, avoiding the need to re-engineer existing Web applications for offline use and allows companies to deliver a complete offline Web experience, including Web-based forms, in a shorter period of time than a re-engineering project would require.
On March 20, 2009, BackWeb filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Microsoft Corporation, alleging patent infringement and seeking damages, an injunction and a declaration by the Court that Microsoft's software update technologies infringe BackWeb's patents.
Because the document management system in SAP's product lifecycle management (PLM) module does not offer offline access, BackWeb was chosen to provide this important capability.
BackWeb alleges the Symantec Altiris product infringes three U.
Using BackWeb, BT's field service engineers will be able to access eAssistant, the company's knowledgebase of customer support information, while in the field and disconnected from the network.
BackWeb alleges the Sybase/iAnywhere Afaria product infringes three U.