KeyCorp said it is using the Java computer language from Sun Microsystems Inc. to build applications for its corporate clients.

Following a pilot called KeyLink, KeyCorp chose Menlo Park, Calif.-based NetDynamics to design Web-based software that works across a wide variety of desktop computers.

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