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Survey: SOA Security a Growing Concern for IT Execs

More than half of IT professionals say they have deferred or slowed SOA or web services adoption due to security concerns. Many wants vendors and services firms to improve SOA security solutions. The global study was released at Computer Associates' CA World in mid-November in Las Vegas.

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Survey: Financial IT Wants ‘Integrated’ Risk Management

An enterprise IT survey released this week finds financial firms coping with $500 billion in losses and write-downs looking for a more 'integrated' and balanced approach to risk management. Top 3 drivers: better capital allocation, better loss containment, and even protection against losing trust.

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Survey: Burton Finds OSGi Adoption Could Skyrocket by 2009

A Burton group survey finds half of respodents are already using OSGi, and that 80% plan to develop OSGi-based systems by 2009. Use cases raange from web apps, rich clients and even mobile and embedded apps.

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Survey: CIOs Concerned over IT Skills Gap

CIOs are expressing a growing concern over the skills gaps on their IT teams between key sills they view as important and the capability of their team members to deliver on those skills, according to a recent CIO survey by the Harvey Nash Group and funded by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. IDN looks at where CIOs say their teams are falling down.

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Lack of Skilled Devs Slows Web Services

Web services adoption is still being slowed by a lack of readily-available skilled devs, according to the latest survey from Evans Data Corp. See why 1-in-5 IT managers still say they can't find enough talent who know how to build web services and interfaces.

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Survey Finds Combining .NET with Java Cuts Dev Costs

More than 1-in-3 enterprises plan to use a dual Java/.NET strategy for their web services rollout, according to the latest survey from European IT researcher Quocirca. Respondents say keeping life-cycle development and deployment costs down is a major motivator. See if your web-to-legacy integration and custom web services plans can benefit from bringing .NET and Java devs closer together.

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Survey Finds Momentum for Dual Java/.NET Strategy

It's the best of times and, perhaps, the most cooperative of times for developers working inside companies that have committed to web services projects. See why European IT researcher Quocirca said that more than 1-in-3 enterprises plan to have a dual Java and .NET strategy for their web services projects. Hint: Keeping life-cycle costs down is a major motivator.

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