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ControlScan, iScan Online Join Forces to Enhance Mobile Device Security

Payment security and compliance solution provider ControlScan is teaming with iScan Online to address the security issues small to midsize businesses (SMBs) face when employees use their own mobile devices for work. They have launched ProTect Mobile, a tool they can use to secure Apple iOS and Android mobile devices.

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Studies Foresee Surge in BYOD Security Investment, Education in 2013

Two studies confirm the BYOD craze will enter a new phase in 2013, as attention and investment shifts from building apps and fancy UIs to addressing security and compliance issues. The studies of CIOs and security officers were conducted by Frost & Sullivan and IDC.

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Brivo, Asure Ship Integrated Cloud Solution for Workplace Management

Cloud-based security management company Brivo Systems is integrating its SaaS-based ACS WebService SaaS solution with workplace management and scheduling software from Asure Software. The solution shows how security and other admin services may be coming to the fore as the next wave of SaaSification. 

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ActiveVOS AFA Lets IT Provide ‘BPM Building Blocks’ For Business Analysts

Active Endpoints, creators of the ActiveVOS SOA-based BPM (business process management) platform, is helping IT supply easy-to-deploy, self-service BPM to business users. Automation for Analysts (AFA) lets devs design and pre-build adaptable BPM building blocks analysts can use to quickly assemble, deploy and update processes.

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BMC Control Helps ICICI Prudential Automate Business Processes

ICICI Prudential Life Insurance company is automating IT and business processes with BMC Software’s Control-M Workload Automation. BMC Control-M cut the firm’s workload processing time by up to 15%, manages critical scheduling processes and helped eliminate errors, according to an ICICI official.

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Terracotta In-Memory Upgrades Add Speed, Capacity, Control for On-Premise, Cloud Apps

Exploding data volumes are driving the need for better use and automation of in-memory resources, say the caching experts at Terracotta. The firm’s latest in-memory software aims to improve response times, scalability and service levels for on-premise and cloud-based apps.  IDN explores Terracotta 3.6’s BigMemory and Automatic Resource Control with execs.    

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Report: SOA Market To Jump FourFold by 2014

A new report on the surging SOA market predicts that the size of the SOA infrastructure market will grow by more than fourfold over the next six years, to more than $9 billion.

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Report: SOA Market Could Quadruple by 2014

A new report on the surging SOA market predicts that the size of the SOA infrastructure market will grow by more than fourfold over the next six years, to more than $9 billion.

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Survey: Apps at Risk for Reverse Engineering

Some two-thirds of companies with Java, .NET or Open Source applications are at risk of having their apps "reversed engineered," a recent survey of 600 corporations concluded. IDN takes a quick look at the vulnerabilities, and a survey of 600 corporate IT shops.

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Internet Wars on the Way?

The U.S. may have only dodged a bullet - and not ended the fight -- in the latest skirmish over its effort to maintain control over who runs the major .com and .net domains for the Internet. At least that's the consensus of one researcher that has followed international Internet politics for a while.

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Get More Control Over XML Business Apps

As many enterprise developers work on web services and data integration projects, they are becoming increasingly frustrated that they don't have more control over the XML portions of their work. IDN has found several hands-on sites to help your XML applications get down to business.

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Can Beehive Spur Portable J2EE Controls?

Apache's Beehive is gaining momentum, despite naysayers. It has attracted top Java toolmakers, ISVs and at least 100 end-user devs. Beehive's aim is to provide J2EE devs an open approach for building vendor-independent, "portable" J2EE controls, relying largely on metadata techniques. Integration Developer News looks deep into the Beehive.

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