Stories by James R. Borck

Adobe Flash Catalyst beta

If only it were as easy to build a Web application as it is to design one in Illustrator and Photoshop. Maybe it will be someday, and maybe that someday is closer than we might think.

Adobe Flash, Flex ignite with Flash Catalyst

If only it were as easy to build a Web application as it is to design one in Illustrator and Photoshop. Maybe it will be someday, and maybe that someday is closer than we might think. Adobe has certainly succeeded in shrinking the distance between de...

ActiveState Komodo 5.0

Multilingual ActiveState Komodo 5.0 conquers Perl, PHP, Python, and Ruby projects with strong debug facilities, excellent code control, and an unbeatable set of utilities

King of the dynamic IDEs

Komodo IDE 5 from ActiveState is the most comprehensive code editor and debugger available for enterprise teams that develop applications using a range of dynamic languages. Komodo's strong debugging skills are blended with broad-based coding support...

Talend Open Studio 3.0

If any software market deserved to be shaken up by open source alternatives, it's enterprise data integration. Commercial, enterprise-grade integration tools - typically cobbled together from M&A and legacy patchworks - are notoriously unwieldy and i...

Adobe AIR soars to loftier heights

Hot on the heels of Microsoft's Silverlight 2 release, Adobe AIR 1.5 adds impressive new features to the desktop extension of Adobe's Flex RIA (rich Internet application) platform. This is the second update since AIR's debut earlier this year, a test...

Zoho CRM Enterprise Edition

New Enterprise Edition delivers features worthy of small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) at a rock-bottom price, but key shortcomings make it a poor match for large sales and service teams.

Adobe AIR 1.0

Adobe's rich internet application (RIA) toolkit lifts Flash and AJAX out of the browser and on to the desktop.

Clearswift makes a clean sweep of Web threats

Mitigating network-borne threats has been an imperative to companies of all sizes and statures. As if malware and viral infestation weren't enough, today's corporations must contend with even bigger bugs, including regulatory compliance, information ...

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