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Today?s Web applications exist in an environment vastly different from when businesses first entered the Internet. Few companies have a comprehensive Web application security program to prevent Internet-borne security breaches. Learn how security concerns for Web applications are different than for traditional applications, and how to build a Web security program that curbs costs and provides effective security.
Related to Web Applications: Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management, Application Server, Data Management and Analysis, Database Administration, Economic Analysis, Firewall, Government and Legal, IT Monitoring and Management, Network Management, Network Monitoring, Regulatory and Compliance, Security, Technology Tools and Methods, Total Cost Analysis (TCO), Virtual Private Network (VPN), Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment, Web, Web Application Development, Web Log Analysis, Web Server Management, Web Site Monitoring, Qualys
When it comes to your Web applications, speed is the only metric that matters. After all, Web apps handle the bulk of your critical operations, from inventory and customer relations, to sales and accounting. They?re essential for interacting with your business partners, and without them there?d be no such thing as e-commerce. Read this guide to find out what you can do to accelerate your Web applications to top speed.
Related to Web Applications: Application Servers, Server, Citrix
Is your information security system staying on top of the 400 new threats that appear monthly? Securing your Web applications is not a one-time event, but a continuous process of testing and re-testing for new vulnerabilities, especially when vital data is in development or production. Learn how a Web application security optimization process can help you perform effective continuous assessments of your system.
Related to Web Applications: IT Monitoring and Management, Security, Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment, Web Application Development, Web Server, Web Server Management, Cenzic
IT must manage identity and access to web applications and demonstrate compliance.
Related to Web Applications: Access Control, Hosting Services, Internet Access, Web Server, Web Server Management, Symplified
Any enterprise suite will pay for itself faster if you work diligently to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). Those who interact with companies on implementing and maintaining their systems know that some project owners are very good at keeping the cost of their enterprise applications as low as possible. We?ll look at their TCO secrets.
Related to Web Applications: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Software Selection, Total Cost Analysis (TCO), IFS, Computer Systems Design and Related Services, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods, Social Assistance
Information security managers, quality assurance staff, and developers are faced with the enormous responsibility of keeping Web applications secure from the ever-growing menace of hackers and internal threats alike. So how can they protect sensitive data without exhausting internal resources, overspending the budget, or being forced to use costly manual penetration testing using external consulting firms?
Related to Web Applications: Access Control, Firewall, Network Security Monitoring, Security, Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment, Cenzic
You should answer several questions about your organization?s needs, requirements, and culture as you decide between a colocation and a cloud computing provider. You should also consult with potential vendors before subscribing to a new service. You may find that your web-hosting strategy would benefit from both types of web hosting. Before you buy, consult this checklist to make sure you?re asking the right questions.
Related to Web Applications: Hosting Services, Server, Web Server, WebHostingUnleashed
Abstract Rich Internet Applications (RIA) represent the next transition in the evolution of web applications; they promise the richness, interactivity and usability lacking in many of today web applications.
Related to Web Applications: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Infosys Technologies, Internet Publishing and Broadcasting
Vulnerabilities in Web applications are now the largest vector of enterprise security attacks. Attacks compromising sensitive data are often the result of ?cross-site scripting,? ?SQL injection,? and ?buffer overflow.? As many companies have discovered, these attacks will evade traditional network defenses unless you take new precautions with automated detection. Learn more in this primer to Web application security.
Related to Web Applications: .NET, Application Server, Firewall, Java, Java Server Pages, Network Security Monitoring, Perl, PHP, Python, Security, Security Services, Software Asset Management, SQL, Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment, Web, Web Application Development, Qualys
Today?s customers want to enjoy a consistent user experience as they switch between different devices. Given the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, netbooks, social networks, and Web sites, it is not surprising that many companies are extending their business beyond the corporate Web site. Learn the top 10 considerations that companies should be aware of when planning to implement an extended channel strategy.
Related to Web Applications: Development, Mobile Computing, WorkLight Inc
Java is well suited to internationalization because of its native Unicode character support and robust locale-specific functionality. But there are steps that need to be taken to enable Unicode support in a Java Web application, and these steps are dependent on the components being used (database, application server, etc.). This document describes the steps to be taken to set up a Java Web application to use Unicode.
Related to Web Applications: Java, Translation, Lingoport
Slowdowns, scalability issues, and security gaps hit Web applications where it hurts. Data center consolidations put distance between application servers and users?producing long round-trips and slow response times. Luckily, there is a solution. Deploying a wire-speed application system?in a unified single-platform design?boosts response times, improves infrastructure scalability, and safeguards against security threats.
Related to Web Applications: Hosting Services, IT Infrastructure, Mobile Computing, Mobile Security, Security, Citrix, Finance and Insurance, Transportation and Warehousing
The Internet continues to be a powerful force for driving business activity, and is increasingly being used by organizations to manage internal corporate data and operational activities. Indeed, the online presence of a business or organization depends on the use of Web applications to store, transmit, and manage confidential information. So do you know where your top Web application vulnerabilities are?
Related to Web Applications: Access Control, Firewall, Intrusion Detection, Network Security Monitoring, Security, Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment, Cenzic
name = TEC_WP; Unlocking Silos: Moss 2007 and Morello by Mediasurface --> Email this to a friend View More Related Papers Receive White Paper Updates White Paper Description What can user-driven applications like Morello and Microsoft Office SharePoint (MOSS) 2007 do to help your web content management strategy? By combining the two, users can develop web applications and collaborative workspaces themselves rather than acquiring IT development input.
Related to Web Applications: Application Development, Application Server, Asset Management, Business-to-Business Web Sales, Collaborative Work, Communications, Infrastructure, and Transportation Planning, Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Content Distribution, Content Management, Content Management System (CMS for Web Presentation), Data and Application Distribution, Data Management and Analysis, Database Management System (DBMS), Development, Documentation, E-commerce, Electronic Distribution and Storage, Electronic Marketplace, Mobile Computing, Operating System, Outsourcing, Web Application Development, Web Authoring, Mediasurface, Finance and Insurance, Information, Retail Trade
Data leakage and data breach are two disparate problems requiring different solutions. Data leakage prevention (DLP) monitors and prevents content from leaving a company via e-mail or Web applications. Database activity monitoring (DAM) is a data center technology that monitors how stored data is accessed. Learn why DAM complements DPL, and how you can benefit by making it part of your overall data security strategy.
Related to Web Applications: Access Control, Identity Management/User Provisioning, Internet Monitoring, IT Monitoring and Management, Network Security Monitoring, Security, Usage Management and Monitoring, Web Log Analysis, Web Site Monitoring, Tizor
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