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DEFINITION: Push (or "server-push") is the delivery of information on the Web that is initiated by the information server rather than by the information user or client , as it usually is. An early Web service that specialized in "pushing" information rather than having it "pulled" as the result of requests for Web pages was Pointcast, a site that provided up-to-date news and other information tailored to a previously  … 
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Mobile Learning with BlackBerry Smartphones
sponsored by BlackBerry
CASE STUDY: This study looks at the University of Waterloo's pilot project to test the impact of mobile learning using BlackBerry smartphones on their educational experience. The project utilized Chalk Pushcast software which allows organizations to create, deliver and track impactful content, which can include text, graphics, audio voiceover, video, and more.
Posted: 21 Jan 2011 | Published: 21 Jan 2011

BlackBerry

BlackBerry® Push Service SDK documentation
sponsored by BlackBerry
INFORMATION CENTER: BlackBerry® Push Service SDK contains a set of Java® libraries you can use to develop push applications. Access this information center, with technical overviews, guides and more to start developing BlackBerry® Push Services.
Posted: 11 Jun 2010 | Published: 11 Jun 2010

BlackBerry

GoAnywhere: Mutual Bank Finds Secure Data Transfer Solution with Fast Implementation
sponsored by Linoma Software
CASE STUDY: In this case study Think a mutual bank, implemented GoAnywhere software. They chose this product because of the database conversion, the database push, the secure FTP, and the support staff at Linoma.
Posted: 01 Aug 2008 | Published: 01 Jul 2008

Linoma Software
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PUSH TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  defined user profile. Marimba was a somewhat similar site (and product) that pushed information to the user on a predefined schedule.In fact, the information pushed from a server to a user actually comes as the result of a programmed request from the client in your computer. That is, any information pusher on the Web requires that you download a client program. This program captures your profile and then periodically initiates requests for information on your behalf from the server.A truer form of push is broadcast information. In this case, the information is pushed to everyone that has access … 
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