App syncs Palms, databases

App syncs Palms, databases

As office computer functions migrate out into the field, Synchrologic Inc. of Atlanta has adapted the iMobile Data Synchronization application from its iMobile Suite to work with Palm OS devices.

The iMobile Data Synchronization add-on software to the Palm HotSync Server from Palm Inc. of Santa Clara, Calif., works with Oracle, IBM DB2 Universal Server, Microsoft SQL Server and Access, and Sybase SQL Anywhere database servers, and with the object stores of Microsoft Windows CE and Palm OS.

Synchrologic's iMobile Suite also does mobile data synching, backup, and file and software distribution for WinCE devices. The iMobile sync add-on, priced at $139 per user for 100 users, links directly to Palm HotSync Server's application programming interface. More details appear at www.synchrologic.com.

Contact Synchrologic at 888-345-7962.

'Christopher J. Dorobek, Susan M. Menke, Tony Lee Orr and Patricia Daukantas

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