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October 11, 2011 by

Web authentication set for sea change

Verification and authorization of online identities evolving due to industry shifts with greater reliance on digital footprints, note industry observers, with one predicting authentication will disappear altogether.

March 21, 2007 by

SCA/SDO goes to OASIS, could be to SOA what Java EE was to n-tier computing

The new OASIS-backed approaches could provide a common, accepted, widespread common meta data foundation, and the means to broader use of BPEL to write processes that relate to services from across a broad spectrum of platforms. SCA/SDO are designed to provide a common way to alleviate the complexity of adopting SOA across heterogeneity of services types and origins. Such benefits are expected to hasten the adoption of SOA, from its initial popularity on a projects basis to more general means of advancing IT productivity.

February 24, 2006 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

Microsoft's music not sweet to the ear, Sony's stupidity retains its bad taste, Asus has an eye for the future, BT gets touchy at the ISPAs, and something smells funny in online rich media. Something for all the senses this week

October 12, 2005 by

Could ODF be the Net's new, frictionless document DNA?

Between the way the recently OASIS-ratified OpenDocument Format (ODF) was approved as the Massachusetts standard file format for productivity applications, and the way it was submitted for consideration as a global standard to the International Standards Organization (the ISO) and the way the thin-client discussion has suddenly moved front and center again, could we be on the verge of an ODF-inspired document revolution?

October 28, 2004 by

Digital ID: How are you managing?

Dan Farber: Increasingly, enterprises are green-lighting identity management projects to simplify access management and authentication, improve regulatory compliance, and increase security -- with a hope of gaining operational efficiencies and cost savings.

April 22, 2004 by

The Net's gettin' messy

COMMENTARY--Among the open source community there's a commonly used acronym, "POGE." It stands for the "principle of good enough," and it's meant to emphasize the open source tenet that you don't begin a project by over-engineering the end result.

October 13, 2003 by

Service-Oriented Security Architecture: Part 1

For Web services to succeed in extending the remarkably successful "document" Web into a "trusted business services" Web that reliably spans the globe, designers must apply service-oriented security architecture concepts to architect a new trust management Web that can be federated across administrative domains and spheres of trust. The goal is not to replace the diverse security infrastructures already deployed, but to enable them to interoperate end-to-end.


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