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The familiarity of documents to end users makes the compound document an obvious choice for introducing object technology on a widespread basis.
The powerful flexibility of object technology makes it an important consideration when making a management system choice.
Amaru, C., "Where object technology fits in", Digital News & Review, 11 October 1993, pp.
Another is the exploitation of object technology to the point where the end-user is capable of combining objects into custom applications and systems.
The combined company will improve its position in the object technology solutions and object data management products marketplaces, according to the combined company.
Such problems should begin to dissipate with time, as object technology matures.
Progress Software's Smart Object technology uses a graphical interface to define and link objects.
The new PowWow client has been completely rewritten from the previous one using object technology, says Dym and the tool is split into its various applications, such as buddy lists, community, chat and personal profiles.
Ben-Natan of Entity Object Technology discussed advances in virtual modeling technology and how one might use it with Web-based databases and information sources in the future.
Object technology is rapidly maturing via standards committees (object management group and object data management group) and large business participation.
Because applications software that relies on object technology tends to be reusable, it is faster to write - and, therefore, less costly.
The firms also agreed to adopt common network software for linking their computers, and endorsed standards in a number of key areas, including graphics, multimedia and object technology.