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Netskope Latest Offerings Improve Visibility, Mitigates Risk for Cloud Apps, Content

As enterprises continue to expand their use of cloud apps, there is also an increase in the tendency to share sensitive business information between these off-premises apps. Netskope is shipping solutions to help customers discover in real-time where their data for cloud apps could be vulnerable to risk, enforce unified policy across multiple apps and take other required action.

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HCS Secures Heath Data in Public Cloud with Perspecsys’ AppProtex Gateway

Many healthcare firms are understandably reluctant when it comes to tapping into any public cloud service. Human Care Systems, a physician and pharmacist support company, has overcome a common data security obstacle by using a rich set of cloud data protection gateway services from Perspecsys AppProtex.

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PerspecSys’s Cloud Data Gateway Easily Integrates with SAML 2.0 Solutions

Enterprise cloud data protection company, PerspecSys Inc., reports its cloud data gateway now integrates seamlessly with SAML 2.0 identity management solutions from Symantec, RSA, Ping Identity and McAfee, among others.  This added integration aims to makes it easier for enterprise to migrate their apps to the cloud.

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F500 Dev Outsourcing in for Changes

Major U.S. IT outsourcing firms, including Accenture and IBM, will face tougher competition from specialized and offshore firms over the next two years, says a report just released from AMR Research. One big reason for this shift: F1000 firms are now willing to break up their mega-outsourcing 1-source contracts, and issue many smaller projects to best-of-breed providers.

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IT Outsourcing Game Set To Change Big Time

Major U.S. IT outsourcing firms, including Accenture and IBM, will face tougher competition from smaller firms, says a report AMR Research. A big reason for the shift: F1000 firms are now willing to break up their mega-outsourcing sole-source contracts, and issue smaller RFPs to find best-of-breed specialty providers.

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Exploring “Fluid” Frontiers for J2EE Apps

California Java researchers are exploring how "rapid prototyping" and "un-refactoring" techniques could help J2EE devs better J2EE updates and integrations. This project, winner of an Eclipse Innovation Award, brings loosely-coupled techniques to tight-coupled J2EE silos - with astonishing results. Take a tour of the "Fluid Architecture" project with lead, William Griswold, Ph.D, professor at University of California - San Diego.

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Making Webinar Invites Break Through

As webinars continue to become one of the major sources of lead generation, it is becoming increasingly difficult to attract qualified participants to these web events. More difficult because so many target IT execs are getting bombarded -- with two to five invites a week. See how your email invite can break through.

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Smarter Mobile Java Framework Eyed for 2005

A new push is on for a smarter, less finicky Java mobile architecture -- with the goal of making it easier for Java/J2ME architects and devs to design, deploy, develop and manage mobile apps. See what in the plans from Nokia, Orange, Sony and others of the biggest names in mobile.

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2 More Steps Forward for Java Mobile Devs

Sun, along with Nokia, Orange, Vodafone and other leading Java-enabled handset makers and mobile carriers, are taking steps to help push bigger and better mobile apps development in Java/J2ME. Take a closer look at new JSRs for making Java app dev more portable across handsets. Also, Sun starts the countdown on the January 2005 requirement for all Java mobile apps to pass through the Java Verified testing and certification program.

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Mobile Vendors Aim for Common Java Framework

A new push is on by some of the biggest names in mobile to make it easier for Java/J2ME architects and devs to design, deploy, develop and manage mobile apps. See how the two latest JSRs (248 and 249), along with nearly a dozen wireless device and infrastructure providers, including Sun, are looking to chip away at Java mobile complexities.

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Outlook 2004: XQuery's Final Countdown Underway

The W3C has completed its latest draft proposals for specs governing XQuery data models. The Last Call drafts for XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 are available for review and open to comment until February. Except for tabling a plan for DTD-to-XML inter-communications, the W3C specifies how to create, store, recall and publish data and documents for XQuery access, and a test suite is under review. Get prepped with access to the spec, links to tools, dev (not vendor) briefings and forums.

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J2EE 1.4 Spec Is Final -- Finally

The J2EE 1.4 spec is final, and downloads will be available Nov. 24. The finalization of J2EE 1.4 comes almost a year after it was delayed to support basic web services standards from the multi-vendor WS-I. But, some J2EE voices say it could also be the beginning of the end of Sun's long-standing separation between church and state, as Sun offers its commercial implementations of the spec. IDN spoke with Sun's Distinguished Engineer Mark Hapner.

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