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The Next Big Thing or Integration-The Interaction Server Part 2: Possible Solutions
Web Services is a no-brainer as a standard mechanism for providing access to enterprise applications and data; this will allow businesses to create words out of

architecture accidental integration  logical separations in software architecture between data, business logic, and presentation. The Interaction Server hosts a run-time container to manage interactions between multiple connected and disconnected devices and channels (e.g. HTML browsers, mobile phones, PDA's, Voice, Web Services) and the systems that support the enterprise. Such interactions can be simple requests for information, or complex, multi-step business processes that touch many back office systems and have transactional

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