IBM upgrading Web-to-host products

Songini, Marc
July 1999
Network World;07/19/99, Vol. 16 Issue 29, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on World Wide Web-related products and upgrades to be launched by International Business Machines (IBM) in 1999. Aim of helping information technology (IT) staffers connect Web-based users to legacy applications; Screen Customizer software to be introduced by the SecureWay software division; Host-on-Demand 4.0 as the company's Web-to-host Java terminal-emulation product.


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