There's a renewed focus on application security, but experts say most enterprises still don't have a handle on how to go about fortifying their apps. That's partly because getting control of the app-dev lifecycle to add security measures is just plain tough.
All the fanfare about service-oriented architectures falls short when IT teams still learn the hard way on these projects. Best practices are emerging, but some analysts say it's too soon to rely on early lessons.
Just when we started to get our heads around SOA, along comes SOA 2.0.
New automated trading systems are changing both the face and the infrastructure within investment banks.
JTable and its extra-special usability "feature".
This Rich Internet Application (RIA) platform can now be deployed on a DHTML runtime in addition to Flash.
A conference post-mortem with a little help from the two Neils.
Sunbelt Software recently released Sunbelt Messaging Ninja, its new third-generation enterprise messaging security solution for Microsoft Exchange. The product includes antivirus, antispam and antiphishing features, and attachment filtering, which is free for a limited time.
Further evidence that Java isn’t just about the server-side anymore.
Old Dog; Old Tricks; New Passions: McNealy Takes the Stage
Joy's Security Panel: Java Good; AJAX Bad (from a Security Perspective)
Invasion of the Orange Backpacks
Switching from modal to non-modal can make the world of difference in any UI.
A neat and potentially useful feature is brought down by poor UI design
It's a bouncing baby standard
Swing gets another component suite, but this one's rather nice
They're growing in number, if not in features.
Sun shoves Java EE 5 into the pre-conference spotlight while the open-source-Java rumor machine screams into third gear