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Microsoft preps security code for grid computing

Microsoft is developing a security language for grids, designed to deal with some of the security issues raised by grids' decentralized nature.

A less taxing approach

Although Tax and Revenue Administration is only one small division within the Department of Alberta Revenue, which itself is only one of 22 departments in the Government of Alberta, it is proving that big things can come in small packages.

Computer Associates unveils identity management suite

With the intention to bring what it calls the core aspects of identity management into one suite of products, on Monday Computer Associates Inc. unveiled plans for its eTrust Identity and Access Management Suite

Security for Web services

There are three vital parts to the open standards underlying Web services security. There's authentication, which uses Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) to exchange information about a particular user. There's authorization, which grants access control via Extensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML). And, finally, there's the administration layer now managed through the use of Service Provisioning Markup Language, or SPML.

Web services standards pick up momentum

Web services have seen a lot of action as of late, with various groups within the industry submitting plans to drive standards.

Adobe supports IBM DB2, develops XML architecture

Adobe Systems Inc. is integrating its Internet form creation software with IBM Corp.'s DB2 Content Manager.

XML: Caught in the Web

Typing the word"rock" in a search engine recently returned Web sites about - in this order - a music ...

AvantGo upgrades M-Business Server

The new version of AvantGo

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