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|SyncML®: Synchronizing and Managing Your Mobile Data|
|By Uwe Hansmann, Riku Mettälä, Apratim Purakayastha, Peter Thompson, Phillipe Kahn|
|Publisher||: Prentice Hall PTR|
|Pub Date||: September 19, 2002|
"The authors have in-depth, firsthand knowledge of the inner workings of SyncML technology. This is an essential guide for anyone building or implementing data synchronization and device management applications."
Douglas Heintzman,Director and Chairman of the Board, SyncML Initiative, Ltd.
Effective, standards-based data synchronization will make possible a new generation of breakthrough mobile services. Now, there's an XML-based standard that enables synchronization across virtually any device, platform, application, or service: SyncML. In this book, four leaders of the SyncML community offer an insider's guide to SyncML from both a technical and business standpoint. You'll discover why SyncML offers advantages available through no other technology; how SyncML overcomes the traditional obstacles to universal synchronization, and how SyncML can be integrated into end-to-end solutions that deliver a first-class "out of the box" experience.
SyncML solutions for personal information management, enterprise data management, and mobile services
SyncML clients, servers, synchronization/representation protocols, DTDs, transport bindings, and more
Synchronization for one-to-one, many-to-one, many-to-many, and hybrid topologies
Security and authentication in SyncML applications and services Using SyncML to provision and manage mobile devices
The SyncML API, Reference Implementation, and SyncML Conformance and Interoperability Process
SyncML is designed for every business and technology professional concerned with mobile applications and synchronization. Decision-makers will learn how SyncML will drive new business models and the delivery of entirely new products and services. Software architects and project managers will discover how SyncML components can be integrated into complete solutions; and developers will learn how to maximize the performance, reliability, and scalability of those solutions.