Webtop

Webtop

(1) Using a Web browser as the desktop interface in a client machine.

(2) A specification from Sun, IBM and Oracle for a common interface for Java-based network computers.
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"This integration makes CARA an even more compelling proposition to Life Science organisations who are looking for a single destination user interface when upgrading from Webtop and other systems," commented James Kelleher, Generis CEO.
From Desktop to Webtop: Virtual Environments on the Internet, WWW and Networks, International Conference, Bradford, UK.
- Powerful EMC Documentum connector which supports a number of Content Servers, user interfaces and all standard web- based applications such as Webtop and Documentum Administrator
Datawatch RMS is a web-based report analytics solution that seamlessly integrates with Documentum's Webtop client application to enable users to perform real-time reporting and analysis of text-based documents stored in their Documentum repository.
In partnership with a managed service provider, MSO moved its IT operations to the cloud, called the "webtop".
DirectNetworks, Inc has chosen ASG Software Solutions' end- to-end cloud management suite, CloudFactory, to create its cloud-based workplace, DirectCloud Webtop.
Moreover, Motorola's smartphone has exciting features like FM Radio, Free Navigations Software, Adobe Flash support, HDMI, microSD slot, MotoCast, MotoACTV app, Smart Actions, Remote wipe, Government-Grade Encryption and WebTop Ready.
The OS33 solution enables business customers to run all of their applications and IT from the cloud, accessible from a single Web-based interface, the OS33 Webtop. "For cloud applications and resources, OS33 tracks usage at a very granular level," says Jacob Kazakevich, president of OS33.
It also supports Motorola's unique webtop application, which works with a range of docks to enable you to use an external monitor, full-screen web browser, smartphone apps and USB peripherals all at the same time," adds Motorola.