ENOVIA SmarTeam V5-6R2013 Released

ENOVIA SmarTeam V5-6R2013 was recently released, and there are a few noteworthy points about the release. This is the thirteenth release of ENOVIA SmarTeam version 5 (the first release of V5 was V5R10 and V5R15 was skipped), and it includes very limited enhancements as well as a number of bug fixes.

Dassault Publishes V6R2011

Dassault Systemes delivered the first real release of V6 back in 2009 with V6R2010.  Since that time, the PLM software provider has been releasing new iterations of V6 twice a year.  The most recent release, V6R2011, shows increasing maturity in a number of areas such that parts of the product which were only “preliminary” in […]

32-bit and 64-bit ASP.NET

Many developers struggle with the use of 32-bit and 64-bit address spaces.  In a nutshell, 32-bit assemblies cannot be loaded within 64-bit address spaces and 64-bit assemblies cannot be loaded within 32-bit address spaces.  Web applications are no different.  As a result, special attention needs to be paid to the requirements of web applications running […]

SharePoint 2010 Officially Released

On May 12, 2010 the folks in Redmond officially released Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and Microsoft Office 2010 to the public.  This latest release of SharePoint includes a number of important new features, some of which are SharePoint-specific, and others of which are tightly tied to the co-release of Office 2010.  The updated version will be very compelling […]

64-bit Oracle Support for ENOVIA SmarTeam

The population of 64-bit PCs has steadily increased since their mainstream introduction in 2003, and ENOVIA SmarTeam has supported the use of 64-bit machines since V5R18 SP1.  However, saying that a client-server application supports 64-bit machines can mean a number of different things.  Let’s take a closer look at how 64-bit Oracle is supported in an ENOVIA […]

64-bit Computing Goes Mainstream

It’s easy to see, standing in the electronics section of BestBuy or Sam’s Club, that 64-bit computing has finally arrived.  When lowly consumers can readily and inexpensively purchase the “next generation” technology, companies can rest assured that the time has come to upgrade, swap out, retire, or do whatever is done with last decade’s computers.  […]