Microsoft is not apposed to Flash and of course they would like to support their Flash killer, Silverlight, but both of these technologies come at a price and that price is the lack of support for the extensibility model inside the current browser model. Microsoft assures us that the future will hold a reasonable trade-off.
Stability, security, and battery life, all good reasons not to support Flash and Silverlight
Organizations today are under tremendous pressure to deliver a higher quality of products and services at lower costs, and to do so using existing resources. Any expenditure companies do make to help them achieve this goal is expected to deliver a measurable, hard-dollar ROI — and to deliver it quickly.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating new opportunities for companies to enhance their products, gain business insights and differentiate their offerings. This whitepaper defines an ROI model for …
Your developers are shifting to a DevOps delivery model to increase the speed of delivering new code and features to your customers. But as a security and IT practitioner, you want security-first, enterprise-wide solutions that support your development teams without compromising on security.
During this session, we discuss why it is important to:
Secure and manage secrets used by machines (e.g. micro-services, applications, scripts, CI/CD tools, hosts, etc.) and privileged users …