Code Signing Certificates - Secure Delivery of Code and Content to Browsers

thawte's Code Signing certificate confirms publisher details and content integrity of downloadable code. It is strongly recommended for any publisher who plans to distribute code or content over the Internet or corporate extranets. Find out how your signature is verified and how customers can confidently and safely download applets, plug-ins, or macros from your site.
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Integrating Web Messaging into the Enterprise Middleware Layer

The rapid development and adoption of real-time, push-based Web technologies is driving requirements for many more real-time data applications running within browsers and on mobile devices. Many of these applications have large and unpredictable data volumes, user counts, or both, putting stress on many software-based Web streaming solutions. This white paper describes the architecture and advantages of Solace's high-performance Web messaging solution. Read More

DataClarity Demo: Using a Pre-built Framework for Best-in-class Dashboards

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See how a dashboard framework with pre-built content can streamline development and deployment of performance dashboards. Read More

Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence Solutions

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For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant configuration and integration. In contrast, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions can reduce the cost of a BI deployment by providing automation and pre-integration. Compare total cost of ownership (TCO) for traditional, open source, and SaaS BI solutions. Read More

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Certify Your Software Integrity with Code Signing Certificates

As a software developer, you know that the product you make available on the Internet can be tampered with—without detection—if it’s not secured. Customers need to know that the software really comes from the publisher who signed it and that it’s not been altered or corrupted. For secure online distribution and confident customers, learn how to sign your code and active content with a code signing certificate solution. Read More

Securing Your Online Data Transfer with SSL: A Guide to Understanding SSL Certificates, How They Operate, and Their Application

Secure socket layer (SSL) secures data transmissions across the Internet, and is an integral part of most Web browsers and Web servers. To make an SSL connection, SSL protocol requires that a server have a digital certificate installed—which is typically signed by an independent and trusted third party to ensure its validity. Find out more about SSL and how to know if you need to deploy an SSL certificate. Read More

Secure Your Source Code

Are you on top of data security compliance? Is your source code secure? Are you looking for a new approach that can help ensure these things are taken care of? With SourceAnyware Hosted solution—which provides 128-bit SSL encryption—your data is protected and your source code is secured from attacks. Find out how SourceAnywhere can help you lower total cost of ownership and improve your development team productivity. Read More
 
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