Index_X

S

Sales Force Automation (SFA), 8, 102, 176

SALT (Speech Application Language Tags), 430-432

Samsung Web site, 41

satellites, 4, 44-45, 85-86

scatternet, defined, 49

scripting, defined, 369

scriptlets, 328

SDE (Smart Device Extension), 183

SDK (software development kit), 291-292

second-and-a-half generation (2.5G) networks, 70-72

second-generation (2G) networks, 69-70

secret-key encryption, 138

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), 92, 141-142, 270, 276

securities data, wireless Internet applications, 97

security

analog signals, 65

application-level, 58, 145, 147-148

authentication, 134, 143-144

authorization, 135

channel security, 145-147

confidentiality, 134-135

cryptography, 137-139

data storage, 149

DBMS (database management system), 205

digital certificates, 139-140

digital signatures, 140

firewalls, 143

integrity, 134

IPSec (Internet Protocol Security), 142

link-level, Bluetooth, 51

MDM (mobile device management), 397

microbrowsers, 346

nonrepudiation, 135

128-bit, 149

PIM (personal information management), 388

PKI (public key infrastructure), 141

policies, 144

smart client applications, 100, 148-149

sniffing, 136

spoofing, 135-136

synchronization, 237-238

tampering, 136

theft, 136-137

TLS (Transport Layer Security), 142, 145-146, 276

transport-level, 145-147, 149

VPNs (virtual private networks), 143

wireless Internet architectures, 96-97

WTLS (Wireless Transport Layer Security), 142, 145-146

self-healing, defined, 398

sendmail queue, 116

server-based applications, 40, 95

server components, smart client applications, 157-159

servers, synchronization, 99

service initiation (SI), 10, 126

service loading (SL), 126

service providers, 9, 358-359

session-based synchronization, 232

session management, 351-352

sessions, defined, 367

724Solutions Web site, 355

SFA (Sales Force Automation), 8, 102, 176

Shared Wireless Access Protocol (SWAP), 61

shopping, m-Commerce and, 6

Short Message Point to Point (SMPP), 118

Short Message Service (SMS), 103, 117-119, 268

short message service centers (SMSCs), 118

short-range networks, 43-44

SI (service initiation), 10, 126

Siemens Web site, 41

SIG (Special Interest Group), 49

signals, analog vs. digital, 65

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), 116, 119, 232

Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), 423

60-gigabyte (GB) hard drives, 40

SL (service loading), 126

sleds, defined, 28

small office/home office (SOHO), 54

smart client applications

advantages of, 100-101

architecture components, 99, 154

client components, 155-157

data collection applications, 103

data synchronization, 156

defined, 5

development process

analysis phase, 172-175

deployment phase, 192-195

design phase, 175-179

implementation and testing phase, 179-183

disadvantages of, 101

FFA (Field Force Automation), 102

health care applications, 102

messaging, 156-159

mobile productivity, 103

PIM (personal information management) and, 384-385

security, 148-149

server components, 157-159

SFA (Sales Force Automation), 102

Smart Device Extension (SDE), 183

smart phones

high-end, 35-37

low-end, 32

overview, 10

Sony Ericsson P800, 36

SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language), 121

SMPP (Short Message Point to Point), 118

SMS (Short Message Service), 103, 117-119, 268

SMSCs (short message service centers), 118

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), 116, 119, 232

snapshot mode, synchronization, 230-231

sniffing, 136

SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), 423

soft keyboards, 25

software

device management platforms, 393

infrastructure choices, 16-17

ISVs (independent software vendors), 10

mobile OS PIM, 385-386

text-to-speech, 26

software development kit (SDK), 291-292

software infrastructure providers, 10

SOHO (small office/home office), 54

Sony Ericsson P800 smartphone, 36

Special Interest Group (SIG), 49

Speech Application Language Tags (SALT), 430-432

SpeechML, 363

Speechworks Web site, 374

spoofing, 135-136

spread spectrum, 46

SQL (Structured Query Language), 199

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), 92, 141-142, 270, 276

standardization, mobility enablers, 20-21

state management, 351-352

static data, 316

storage space, advancements in, 19

store-and-forward messaging, 105

strong authentication, 143

Structured Query Language (SQL), 199

subdialogs, 368

SWAP (Shared Wireless Access Protocol), 61

Sybase SQL Anywhere Studio, 213-214, 242

Symbian OS

data storage, 209-210

device emulators, 188

overview, 164-165

Web site for, 42, 169, 219, 253, 296

symmetric algorithms, 138

Synchrologic iMobile Web site, 246, 391, 400

synchronization

architecture overview, 224-226

configurations, 227-228

conflict detection, 234-235

conflict resolution, 235

data, 223-224

data compression, 233

data subsetting, 233

data transformation, 234

DBMS (database management system), 204

defined, 221

development options

commercial solution, 241-245

custom-coded solution, 240-241

mobile OS synchronization conduits, 238-240

enterprise integration, 236-237

file/application, 223

message-based, 232-233

net change mode, 231

network protocol support, 235-236

partitioning, 233

PIM (personal information management), 223, 387

process of, 229-230

publish/subscribe model, 226-227

security layers, 237-238

servers, 99

session-based, 232

snapshot mode of, 230-231

transactional integrity, 234

transport mechanisms, 236

vendors, 242-246

Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL), 121

synchronous vs. asynchronous messaging, 114

SyncML

advantages of, 248-249

framework of, 251

future of, 252

overview, 247-248

specification components, 250

SyncML Initiative, 21

target audiences, 248

Web site for, 253

system aggregators, 131




Mobile and Wireless Design Essentials
Mobile and Wireless Design Essentials
ISBN: 0471214191
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 148

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