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Object-oriented Technology

Object-oriented technology (OOT) is a type of software design model. Developers are able to create applications and programs by using objects or symbols. This differs from "normal development," which relies on the use of a programming language. The instructions on how to use this programming tool are also contained within the data.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Object-oriented Technology

Small businesses that use cloud computing may use object-oriented technology whenever they access a database that contains data and has relationship links within that data. One such example would be a customer relationship manager that a small business might use.

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