Runtime governance is the key to healthy SOA applications
Microsoft's Office Open XML document format was accepted as an international standard, according to an announcement issued today by the International Organization for Standardization.
Federal agencies' adoption of online applications from Internet powerhouse Google Enterprise could usher in an era of rising productivity and improved security, said David Girourard, the company's vice president and general manager.
Google's over-the-Internet software for editing, uploading and sharing office documents, known as Google Docs, can now be used offline, Google software engineer, Philip Tucker said on a blog yesterday.
Microsoft unveiled three additions to its mobile product lines at the CTIA Wireless 2008 event today, with much of the emphasis being placed on enabling custom mobile solutions for the enterprise.
This latest Ruby IDE release features improved installation, plus a few customization features to suit your coding preferences.
Like much of the rest of the city, New Orleans' information technology department was nearly crippled by Hurricane Katrina. But as the city continues to put itself back together, the IT department has been able to rebuild -- and even improve some operations. The automation of its business processes has been among the improvements.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have built working electronic devices using a thin layer of organic molecules on a traditional silicon platform, setting the stage for the next step toward practical molecular electronics.
Red Hat last week announced that it has acquired Amentra, a systems integrator specializing in service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM) projects, as well as a provider of enterprise data solutions.
Sun Microsystems and the National Security Agency (NSA) announced last week that they are working together to develop new security tools for the OpenSolaris operating system.
Microsoft's latest Web browser beta includes new development tools and AJAX enhancements, plus features for users.
A gathering of chief technology officers from the country's leading software companies is urging Congress to fully fund $3.26 billion in initiatives that industry sees as critical in the president's fiscal 2009 budget.
Northern California effort pulls together volunteers to get computers to schools.
The National Security Agency is leading an effort to extend its access control work into the arena of network file storage. The effort involves integrating NSA's Flask mandatory access control (MAC) architecture -- now the basis of Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) -- into the Network File System (NFS) protocol widely used for network-attached storage devices.
The Naval Research Laboratory researchers are helping develop a set of routing protocols for setting up mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs).
Enterprise solution provider Software AG announced its webMethods Application Modernization Suite -- software designed to bring service-oriented architecture (SOA) technology and other improvements to standard mainframe infrastructures.
Aruba Networks claims that a recent study shows that not only do various vendors' 802.11n access points deliver dramatically different performances, some vendors' equipment is much better than others at working with third-party client adapters.
Microsoft's Trustworthy Academic Advisory Board has been keeping tabs on security issues -- external as well as internal -- that continue to challenge Microsoft's developers. Here's a peek into the board, which marks five years on watch.
A newly released report from Forrester Research makes predictions about enterprise software trends within the forthcoming decade.