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Infor ION-izes its Open SOA Strategy - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started by analyzing a certain change of the guard and a related product strategy shift at Infor. Two late June 2010 news

open source security qa  been asking how Infor Open SOA will affect them. This strategy shift might put the final nail in the coffin. The bottom-line: for a small set of Infor ERP products, this strategy might work, which is  a rationalization of a sort. Even if you add a small list of extended solutions to a selected ERP set, this becomes more challenging. Is ION a solution for a vast majority of Infor ERP solutions and most of the company maintenance base? Can Infor generate enough top line growth and protect the install Read More...
Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 1
We certainly learn new things every day, and sometimes out of pure serendipity. Namely, when I was recently asked by one of my industry contacts (working for a

open source security qa  UNIX , Linux, and OpenVMS systems. ASCI proudly claims to be self-funded, and that its development, quality assurance (QA), and support teams are its own (and not outsourced or off-shored). The company has licensed ActiveBatch to over 1,400 customers in 34 countries around the world. With its Intelligent Automation capabilities and performance, and having been tested across 2,000 servers, performing over 1,3 million jobs per day, ActiveBatch is fast becoming the Workload Automation and Enterprise Job Read More...
The Formula for Product Success: Focus on Flexibility and Cooperation
Jeeves has retained the concept of having a single innovative product with broad and reliable functionality, and an open architecture. But beyond the solid

open source security qa  dynamic data exchange (DDE), open database connectivity (ODBC), object linking and embedding (OLE), ActiveX, extensible markup language (XML), and so on. The distinctive construction of the interface makes all information searchable, in all fields, in any combination of fields, and on multiple levels, without limits. Jeeves''s business model is based on the ability of partners or customers to modify the system themselves. Accordingly, the modifiability is embedded in the system. This is one of the system''s Read More...
The Business Case for Tokenization
Tokenization is a new type of technology that is being used by companies to reduce the risk of losing sensitive data to identity thieves. This paper discusses

open source security qa  these tools and databases open a new point of loss for sensitive information. A database with years of historical information about customers, suppliers, or employees is a high value target for data thieves. Criminals aggregate this type of information to provide a complete profile of an individual, making it easier to steal their identity. You can use tokenization to remove the threat of data loss from BI and Query environments. When tokens replace names, addresses, and social security numbers, this Read More...
Unwanted PopUp Ads: Intrusive Internet Advertisements
Unwanted pop-up ads are intrusive Internet advertisements that are displayed when you access web pages. This white paper provides information about different

open source security qa  are displayed when you open or close a web page. Losses caused by PopUp Ads While PopUps do not cause data corruption or system crash, they are irritating and cost you money when you chase and stop them. Some of the losses caused by PopUp Ads are listed below: You spend access time in trying to close PopUps. This costs money. Bandwidth of your ISP is consumed when pages with PopUps are opened. Web pages you access take longer to open. This costs you money. They give information, not related to your intere Read More...
Thanks to a Smart Little Company called Lexias, CIOs Can Now Empower their Users to Assist in eBusiness Security
Despite advances in security technologies, securing confidential and proprietary information has become more challenging than ever. In an attempt to keep pace

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Which is Best: Cloud-Based or on-Premise Web security?
As you''ll discover in the Aberdeen report, Web Security in the Cloud: More Secure!

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Malware Security Report: Protecting Your Business, Customers, and Bottom Line
Find out how in Malware Security Report: Protecting Your Business, Customers, and Bottom Line.

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Security and Trust: Doing More Business Over the internet
Learn how a secure web site can help you make sales in Security and Trust: Doing Business Over the Internet.

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Case Study: Security Benefit
Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For

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Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy
Designed to improve consumer financial services, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) includes security provisions for protecting confidential electronic financial

open source security qa  Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast & Easy If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Qualys® is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California, with offices in France, Germany, the U.K., Japan and Hong Kong, and has partners worldwide. Source : Qualys Resources Related to Security Compliance : Regulatory Compliance (Wikipedia) Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Read More...
Will MS try the
In what may be another attempt to gain some kind of foothold in the handheld and embedded-OS market, rumors are floating that Microsoft will open the source

open source security qa  counting on riding the open source movement''s coattails. Microsoft Corp. could make public its plans to open the Windows CE source base as soon as its Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) in late April, sources claim. For embedded-device markets such as set top boxes, Microsoft easily could afford to give the OS away to encourage developer support. Licensing fees for the purpose of a set top box for cable companies costs very little money on a per-copy basis. One source speculated that in larg Read More...
Choosing an Open Source Vendor and Service Provider
As more companies begin to use open source, demand for direct support and services beyond the on-line community will grow. If you''re looking for open source

open source security qa  an Open Source Vendor and Service Provider Introduction Notwithstanding the community-oriented spirit of open source, many user organizations prefer to use products that have commercial entities associated with them. Why would a company choose to work with commercial providers rather than relying on the product community? Here are a few reasons: Unfamiliarity with the open source ecosystem. If an organization is new to open source, it may prefer to stick with its established practices and partner Read More...

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