Tuesday, 28 August 2012

[TechRepublic] Should developers be sued for security holes?

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TechRepublic Member | August 28, 2012

Should developers be sued for security holes?

Software makers should face legal action if sloppy coding leads to hackers emptying users' bank accounts, argues a Cambridge academic. Read more

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Interactive Analysis for Business Information and Insights

If the people in your organization are expected to keep pace with the competition and seize opportunities, they need access to reliable business intelligence (BI). Imagine a self-service tool that makes all of that possible without overwhelming IT. Read more to find out how.


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The citizen developer: A security risk that can't be ignored

Businesses need to act to prevent corporate data being put at risk by the increasing number of non-programmers building their own apps. Read more

Android's camera intent makes taking pics a snap

Learn how to fire up Android's built-in camera app from within your own program and return the resulting picture. Read more

Poll: Did you create an Application Definition Statement for your last project?

Before you do anything, decide not only the app's purpose but also on the intended audience. Read more

Four Android development platforms that will change your life

If you're ready to branch out into Android and build amazing apps, these platforms turn app development will save you hours of work. Read more

Poll: What tools do you use for specs?

Do you use specialized, general purpose, or process-driven tools for application specs? Answer this question by taking our poll. Read more

Is the death knell sounding for traditional antivirus?

Antivirus developers need to run malcode in their labs in order to create malware-identifying signatures. What happens if they can't? Read more


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