OpenSpan Supports Citrix, Office 2007

OpenSpan, whose application integration technology has the potential to offer application mashups, yesterday announced support for Citrix and Office 2007.

Support for Citrix means that OpenSpan can accomplish the integration of applications streamed from the Citrix Presentation Server with applications running on the desktop. That's pretty incredible.

OpenSpan now also supports on-the-fly mashups using Office 2007, for example providing the ability to grab a word or phrase from Word and automatically do a Google lookup on it.

Are you looking into application integration strategies? Tell me about your solutions at [email protected].

Posted by Peter Varhol on December 04, 2007 at 11:57 AM


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