A: I look at it this way. I say that our browser technology was developed with very different requirements. By writing our browser in Java, that provides our CIOs and wireless managers the assurances they need, to allow the browser to access internal information at the same time it accesses external information. So the overriding design criteria for our browser has been to not compromise on that experience in the enterprise phase.
I couldn’t make sense of this.
Tony explains: “he just had to get the words java, enterprise and assurance in a sentence.”
lets try really hard to decipher something
– our browser technology was developed with different requirements
– we wrote the browser in Java to provide CIOs (Chief Information Officers) and wireless managers the ability for the browser access internal information at the same time it accessed external information
(i have no idea if the above makes sense with Java… I’m assuming he’s talking about both sides of a corporation’s firewall)
– so our design criteria for the browser cannot compromise the enterprise requirements and experience
any more sense? maybe? I’m not sure…
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