So much for the Silverlight/HTML5 controversy created by Microsoft ever since this years Professional Developers Conference. And just today Microsoft via BING announced that the search engines new mapping products are rolling out new AJAX capabilities, which of course were aimed at the mobile platform, Silverlights alleged last holdout and without a mention of Silverlight. And yet today Microsoft posted another blog, detailing their love for Silverlight.
BING and Silverlight, sitting in a tree, K I S S I....etc, etc.
The relentless march of end user organizations toward cloud services continues, despite long-standing fears about information security, the lack of visibility into cloud provider security controls, and the shortcomings of controls available to those who utilize cloud services. And while more and more security-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions and application programming interfaces (APIs) are becoming available, many cloud service providers just aren't moving fast enough to address today's enterprise needs. Read …
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