Gary Kupecz

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The way XML has been positioned over the last several years - namely, as some type of savior for companies that have invested in myriad systems with numerous incompatible data types - it makes you wonder why organizations aren't adopting any XML solution they can get their hands on. But for companies that have been burned once too often by the promise of the next "can't-miss" technology, it's easy to understand the reluctance many might have toward XML. Yes, it's true, XML has been a hyped technology. The question becomes, has it earned the right to hype? A Lot to Like About XML Let's consider why XML is being positioned as a so-called savior. The most uttered praise around XML is its adaptability - by encoding data in XML, organizations can quickly make information available in a simple and usable format, thus allowing for greater interoperability between previously ... (more)