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4 posts in Trial Discussion Last posting was on 2007-04-12 18:22:52.0Z
"Robert" <robert Posted on 2007-04-11 14:14:04.0Z
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See that the sybase website lists afaria, remoteware and onebridge all as
kinda one product. Are all these 3 products Palm compatible?


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-04-11 21:52:03.0Z
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Robert wrote:
> See that the sybase website lists afaria, remoteware and onebridge all as
> kinda one product. Are all these 3 products Palm compatible?
>
>

Afaria, RemoteWare and OneBridge are offered as part of Sybase
iAnywheres Information Anywhere Suite in order to provide a company a
solution for their mobile needs. Each product is a standalone product,
but do compliment each other.

Afaria and OneBridge both support the Palm OS, but RemoteWare is not
used for handhelds.

Thanks

Mark


"Robert" <robert Posted on 2007-04-12 15:58:35.0Z
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>>
> Afaria, RemoteWare and OneBridge are offered as part of Sybase iAnywheres
> Information Anywhere Suite in order to provide a company a solution for
> their mobile needs. Each product is a standalone product, but do
> compliment each other.
>
> Afaria and OneBridge both support the Palm OS, but RemoteWare is not used
> for handhelds.
>

Hmm .. so for a typical OB installation does one need the other .. like for
deploying the software is OB sufficient or afara is reqd ?


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-04-12 18:22:52.0Z
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Robert wrote:
>> Afaria, RemoteWare and OneBridge are offered as part of Sybase iAnywheres
>> Information Anywhere Suite in order to provide a company a solution for
>> their mobile needs. Each product is a standalone product, but do
>> compliment each other.
>>
>> Afaria and OneBridge both support the Palm OS, but RemoteWare is not used
>> for handhelds.
>>
> Hmm .. so for a typical OB installation does one need the other .. like for
> deploying the software is OB sufficient or afara is reqd ?
>
>

OneBridge is sufficient for deploying software. Afaria offers
additional device management features.

Thanks

mark