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Macworld July 11-14, 2005 Boston, Massachusetts http://www.macworldexpo.com/live/20/events/20BOS05A
While the practice of outsourcing business functions such as payroll has been around for decades, its realization as online software services has only recently become popular. In the online service model, a provider develops an application and operates the servers that host it. Customers access...
You’ve watched in awe as spyware programs cannibalized each other, shook your head in disgust when that vigilante, anti-piracy P2P virus deleted all of your MP3s, and felt instant paranoia after learning about the astonishing number of zombie PCs out there (“could I be a zombie?”). Well, it...
Welcome back for another installment of “What’s on Your Hard Drive?” where you tell us about the tools you love, the tools you hate, and a category that’s recently grown in popularity: tools that you both love and hate. And by tools we don’t just mean pieces of software; feel free to...
A Conversation with David Anderson It’s supercomputing on the grassroots level—millions of PCs on desktops at home helping to solve some of the world’s most compute-intensive scientific problems. And it’s an all-volunteer force of PC users, who, with very little effort, can contribute...
Web services aren't just for application integration anymore. Platform and programming language independence, coupled with industry momentum, has made Web services the technology of choice for most enterprise integration projects. Their close relationship with SOA (service-oriented architecture)...
In a well-known fable, a group of blind men are asked to describe an elephant. Each encounters a different part of the animal and, not surprisingly, provides a different description. We see a similar degree of confusion in the IT industry today, as terms such as service-oriented architecture,...
Few books are able to capture the reader’s attention to the point where putting the book aside becomes an impossibility, while, paradoxically, the reader wishes it would never end and that there would be always be a page to read the next day. This is that kind of book.
Welcome to the Alphabet Soup edition of Queue. You are about to wade into a sea of buzzwords and acronyms, but the future of enterprise computing is on the other shore. The articles in this issue form a coherent yet occasionally contradictory set. Each presents a view of key technical solutions...
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