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There are many reasons why security professionals and application developers seem to work at cross-purposes when bringing XML Web Services to production. By understanding the key differences in approach and the way to bridge them, organizations can realize significant time-to-market an...
Recently, Paris Hilton's cell phone was hacked, and all her contact information was released on the Internet. Although I wasn't important enough to rate a listing, many other celebrities were apparently flooded with phone calls after their private numbers became oh-so-public. While the...
For Christmas this year, I got just what I asked for - a new gadget. I collect gadgets, so this was nothing new, but this gadget has altered the way I live; I now live with a BlackBerry on my hip.
One of the ongoing challenges for business today is finding ways to do more with less. Companies are under relentless pressure to deliver products and services to market faster, better and cheaper than ever before. Investments in information technology are expected to drive the busines...
The article 'Web Service Management - Architecture patterns' (Vol: 5 Iss: 3) that had appeared in Web Services Journal is no longer available from SYS-CON Media, but you can read it as it was originally published in IBM Systems Journal. 'Web Service Management - Architecture patterns' ...
Since the beginning of computing we've been dealing with the notion of coupling, or the degree to which one component is dependent on another component in both the domain of an application or an architecture. Lately, the movement has been towards loose coupling for some very good reaso...