Por: Borland Staff
Resumen: Effective risk management has always been a feature of the best IT projects, and it's never been so important as today.
How Inprise's Borland C++Builder 4 radically simplifies COM and CORBA® development and leverages existing C++ resources to ensure application development success.
Effective risk management has always been a feature of the best IT projects, and it's never been so important as today.
Whereas once the cost of a failed project could be counted in budget and job security, many of today's IT projects underpin the whole strategy of the organization. The opportunity costs of being late to market with a new information delivery application or Web services application can be immeasurable. In a world where the competition is a just a click away, delivering and rapidly updating high-availability enterprise applications ahead of the rest of the competition is essential.
Multi-tiered component-based applications are proven to deliver more flexible and robust applications, and CORBA and COM are evolving as the standards for distributed component computing. Until now, delivering COM and especially CORBA applications has been very difficult, leading to sometimes unacceptable risks.
Inprise has developed Borland C++Builder 4a tool designed from the bottom up to maximize the success of distributed component-based application development by:
To accomplish this breakthrough, Inprise has invented a number of technologies that, when combined in Borland C++Builder 4, give organizations a unique competitive advantage.
Borland C++Builder 4 resolves the resource, standards, and complexity risks surrounding the development of today's distributed applications, allowing developers to build the most advanced C++ applications and releasing the IT Director's time to focus on creating an innovative IT strategy that will differentiate the enterprise from its competitors.
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