Web-based Apps Offline Capability

It seems that web based applications can accomplish today the most extensive and complex tasks that were possible before only by locally installed software. One aspect that has not been addressed by either Microsoft IE or Firewfox, the leading web browsing software, is working offline. Although Microsoft has mentioned it in the past under the …

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Taming The Security Weakest Link(s)

Overview The security level of a computerized system is as good as the security level of its weakest links. If one part is secure and tightened properly and other parts are compromised, then your whole system is compromised, and the compromised ones become your weakest links. The weakest link fits well with attackers’ mindset which …

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Web services holding company aggreg launches new corporate site

aggreg has launched the company's new corporate site at www.aggreg.com. The goal of the new site is to increase exposure of the company's activities, and easily publish information regarding company developments and acquisitions. Tel Aviv, Israel, July 4, 2007 — aggreg, one of the leading companies dedicated to the procurement and development of Web 2.0 …

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Can Microsoft afford to ignore Linux?

Microsoft completed the acquisition of Sybari Software, their new anti virus and anti spyware line of business – The Windows Observer–Antivirus, Anti-Spyware Strategy Moves Forward for Microsoft. One line from the news caught my eye as something that makes immediate common sense but may not be right strategically after all "Not surprisingly, Microsoft will discontinue …

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Microsoft’s Open Source Strategic Intentions

Today on ZDNet UK Microsoft helps fuel Sourceforge growth "Microsoft has contributed several projects to the site, including FlexWiki, a Web-based collaboration tool; the Windows Template Library, a series of templates designed to simplify the writing of Windows programs; and Windows Installer XML, a set of tools used to build installation packages for Windows products. …

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