N+I: Security news focuses on wireless, Web services

N+I: Security news focuses on wireless, Web services

A host of new products promising to secure wireless networks and Web services deployments will be on prominent display in...

April 27th, 2003 Paul Roberts and Stephen Lawson

UPDATE: Microsoft

UPDATE: Microsoft

It took three years, 10,000 developers and testers and 50 million lines of code for Microsoft Corp. to develop Windows...

April 23rd, 2003 Rebecca Reid

IBM still sprucing up DB2 database

IBM still sprucing up DB2 database

IBM Corp.'s road map for its DB2 Universal Database platform includes both new features and refinements of existing functions, according...

April 13th, 2003 Paul Krill

DEVWORKS: Web services spec not ready for standardization

DEVWORKS: Web services spec not ready for standardization

A specification for Web services choreography and business processes introduced by Microsoft Corp., IBM Corp., and BEA Systems Inc. last...

April 10th, 2003 Paul Krill

Wireless switching paves new application path

Wireless switching paves new application path

Enterprise application vendors are catching the pervasive-computing bug. Following the porting of enterprise-grade applications to PDAs, advances in network switching...

April 10th, 2003 Heather Havenstein

XML security integration worries AmEx

XML security integration worries AmEx

Identity management and service authorization remain two of the biggest hurdles in shifting from a traditional application security model to...

March 23rd, 2003 Ann Bednarz

BT demonstrates Web-based ID checker

BT demonstrates Web-based ID checker

British Telecommunications PLC (BT) demonstrated concept Web services on Thursday, including an identity checking product that it predicts will be...

March 3rd, 2003 Gillian Law

XML routers may boost communication

XML routers may boost communication

As XML-based Web services continue to evolve, a new category of XML-aware data routers is emerging that could smooth out...

February 13th, 2003 Matt Hamblen

Dev Bytes

Dev Bytes

An experimental programming language posted on a Xerox Corp.-run Web site is designed to build applications that translate documents and...

January 23rd, 2003 No Author