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API security is now a central concern for Web Application Firewalls (WAF).  For over a decade, WAFs have been  a necessary component of most web-based applications deployments. WAFs typically
With the two dominant mobile platforms accounting for over 99% of the market, businesses often need to make difficult decisions when building an app, such as iOS vs. Android first or native vs cross platform development. The latter often represents a far bigger issue for business owner...
continuing from When 'collaboration' slows down your work Deep versus Shallow work   The problem is that, in the enterprise, the Deep and Shallow work compete for the same r
Instead of trying to determine whether or not virtualization is a good general business practice, you need to ask yourself one simple question: Does it make sense for my business? The floodgates have officially opened. Businesses that were once reluctant to invest in the IoT are now wi...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief It is now almost impossible to talk about digital transformation and not talk about ‘big data.’ As data has become one of […]
How do you build a great company? You hire great people. How do you hire great people? You look for great resumes. Seems straightforward enough, but can a resume truly reflect a person’s quality, character or potential? Is it possible that by focusing on resumes, we are missing out on ...
API Security has finally made it into mainstream security consciousness. The premiere web application security OWASP Top 10 Threats has published its Release Candidate 1 (RC 1). SD Times provided a comprehensive overview on the implications of including
By Steele Social Media As a B2B content marketer, my secret weapon is LinkedIn groups. You can join 50 groups, and some groups have tens of thousands […]
We at Stackify wanted to thank everyone for stopping by our booth to celebrate 5 awesome years of defending developers! ... Read More The post Thank You KCDC 2017 appeared first on Stackify.
We were down to our last two days of the adventure to tour Japan and visit all the highlights. The city of Hiroshima was our next to our last stop in Japan. We spent two days exploring this reconstructed "City of Peace." Situated on the Ota River delta and close to Hiroshima Bay, Hiros...
Web development is a process which needs technical or coding skills. If you are looking for website development Look, its a string or you can say chain of several steps which maintained via firms or offshore companies it includes designing , programming , implementation, customisation...
Unpack the top 5 benefits of integrating your CRM with Marketing Automation in today’s Age of the Customer.
Rental Property: The 14 Best Places to Buy in 2017 The best places to buy rental property often have three things in common: job growth, population growth and affordability. When you find a market that has all three of these factors, you’ll probably be able to find good investment op...
Top 10 US Cities for Foreclosures Detroit is the worst city to live in, according to recent top rankings for foreclosures released by WalletHub. Considering the factors the list takes into account, it’s also likely the worse place to invest, too. In determining its foreclosures rankin...
Selenium automates the browser to mimic real user actions on the web. As the web gets more complex, using Selenium to test has become increasingly popular. Although it has made web testing far easier...
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As the waves of ransomware hitting the shores of companies around the world prove, today’s cybersecurity balance still tips toward the bad guys. The odds are […]
Object oriented programming (OOP) is a programming structure where programs are organized around objects as opposed to action and logic. ... Read More The post OOP Concepts in C#: Code Examples and How to Create a Class appeared first on Stackify.
Shelly Palmer talks with Teresa Priolo and Antwan Lewis about the corrupted hub of criminal activity surrounding the dark web. The post The Perils Surrounding The Dark Web on Fox 5 originally appeared here on Shelly Palmer
Back, by popular demand, a reprise of my 8 Hottest Tech Trends of 1776. Enjoy! A little more than 241 years ago, our forefathers used the best technology available to inspire colonial proto-Americans to revolt against King George. At that time, the “best” technology available was the ...
Implementing DevOps effectively has become one of the most impactful IT initiatives a large enterprise can do. Delivering a better customer experience through software, […] The post XebiaLabs Welcomes Nicole Forsgren, DevOps Measurement Expert appeared first on XebiaLabs Blog. R...
In our previous post in this series, we suggested treating China as a second Internet. This concept implies the need to setup a separate monitoring strategy that is tailored to China, rather than just adding it on to your existing strategy. This post provides a step-by-step process to ...
In recent years, it feels as if many major brands have suffered major infrastructure failures during one of the busiest holiday shopping days — Black Friday. Because many of they have. Seeing big names associated with website crashes and business disruptions may be intimidating to... T...
Use an Azure ARM template to create a high availability (active-standby) pair of BIG-IP Virtual Edition instances in Microsoft Azure. When one BIG-IP VE goes standby, the other becomes active, the virtual server address is reassigned from one external NIC to another. Today, let’s walk ...
 continuing from  When 'collaboration' slows down your work   In the 'Want to Create Things That Matter? Be Lazy', Cal Newport defines the concepts of Deep and Sh
By Antony Bourne Laut [Jason Bloomberg von] Forbes besteht die Herausforderung, die zu dieser Unstimmigkeit führt, nicht in Techno­logieinvestitionen, sondern vielmehr in der Anpassung von Geschäftsmodellen, um […]
The best learning experiences are hands-on experiences. That’s why at AppDynamics we invest so heavily in our summer internship program. We feel it’s important that college students and postgraduate students have opportunities to grow and expand. This year we are fortunate to have 14 i...
Logback is a logging framework for Java applications, created as a successor to the popular log4j project. In fact, both ... Read More The post Solving Your Logging Problems with Logback appeared first on Stackify.
Probably one of the most important announcements made at Google I/O annual conference this year was the first-class support for Kotlin on Android. Similar to Swift for iOS development, Kotlin has brought up a number of questions. Above all, business owners who are running successful ap...
Since the dawn of the modern computer, data has been a core architectural component. Every system needed an interface to collect and present data, a way […]
Options trading is central to the complex, risk-adverse equity derivatives industry, and leading the clearing of such trades is The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC). Founded in […]
Editor's note: This article captures insights from Andrew Wells and Kathy Chiang, co-authors of the new book, Monetizing Your Data: A Guide to Turning Data into Profit-Driving Strategies and Solutions. -bg Build it and they will come. That is the view many organizations maintain about ...
Why BPM Software? BPM software used to be the future. Now it is the recent... The post Top BPM Tools Comparison and Features appeared first on KiSSFLOW.
Traditionally, computing power is associated with the number of CPUs and the cores per processing unit. During the 90s, when WinTel started to invade the enterprise data center, application performance and database throughput were directly proportional to the number of CPUs and availab...
If you read a lot of business and technology publications, you might think public clouds are universally preferred over all other cloud options. To be sure, the numbers posted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft’s Azure platform are nothing short of impressive. Statistics reveal...
Here’s an idea … I’ll call it “Nuber.” You can think of it as a technology that offers all the value Uber offers, but the drivers get all the money. Here’s how it would work. The post Nuber – The End of Uber and Central Authority originally appeared here on Shelly Palmer
I came across the brilliant blog site of Futurist Frank Diana this week. In one of his most recent articles he discusses the concept of combinatorial nature. He states, "We are seeing exponential convergence across the areas of science, technology, economics, society, ethics, and pol...
Patents are a good step towards shielding your IP data, but they’re not a seamless solution. Legal protection regarding intellectual property isn’t definite and has some holes in it. The constant stream of big data has made this problem even worse, obscuring the specifics about origina...
A common development challenge is accurately scoping the amount of effort required when creating new applications. This can occur when an application’s requirements are first being designed, or even before. Since one of the most frequently-overlooked capabilities of service virtualizat...
It looked beautiful and it had my choice of color too. You can get not only single tone but also two-tone exterior colors. Price does not look too bad. Actually autos are cheaper now than a couple of years ago.This one is from Toyota,"With its beautifully sculptured crossover design, r...