Category Archives: Web Services

Java faces major security questions

It’s currently unclear what the long-term prospects for Java are, as a result of several notable developments. 

Continue Reading →

New frontiers for blockchain

Blockchain is making its way into many new industries outside of the finance and cryptocurrency spheres from which it first emerged. 

Continue Reading →

Federal IT modernization and cybersecurity potentially hampered by vacancies

Staffing issues in U.S. cabinet departments may be detrimental to the cybersecurity concerns that surround federal attempts at IT modernization. 

Continue Reading →

Keep security in mind during enterprise modernization

Efforts to bring your IT infrastructure fully into the present are valuable, but it’s important that you don’t ever sacrifice security for modernization. 

Continue Reading →

Copyright dispute between Google and Oracle emphasizes porousness of Java

The latest development in Google’s years-long legal battle with Oracle once again emphasizes the inherent security issues at the heart of Java. 

Continue Reading →

Blockchain’s value for IoT security

Blockchain’s security applications have been cited as a complementary tool for IoT networks.

Continue Reading →

Why IT modernization should be a focus in 2019

The public sector is unlikely to top anybody’s list when it comes to being a beacon for digital transformation, but a recently released survey suggests that the federal government has renewed its focus on IT modernization.

Continue Reading →

3 things about ransomware that you should know

Ransomware poses a major threat to companies. 

Continue Reading →

Report reveals problematic Java development strategies

Java Magazine and Synk released a report in October 2018 that revealed some of the foundational issues that make Java such an unreliable digital dialect.

Continue Reading →

Enterprises Must Focus on Security as They Shift to the Cloud

As organizations make the switch from on-premises equipment to virtual servers, many executives are struggling to address internal security threats as they embrace new technology.

Continue Reading →