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Date: 2007-04-04
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Service-Oriented Architecture: What Is It and How Can It Help Your Business?
Service-oriented architecture, or SOA, is a hot topic in business today. You may have read about service-oriented architectures and be wondering how they can affect your business as well as how they can be of use to you. By looking at it from both a real-world perspective as well as a technical perspective, you will forge a solid understanding of service-oriented architecture from which you can jump off to implementing this technology within your business.

Deconstructing Execution: How do you know done is done?
During the execution of a piece of work, each worker will have a different understanding of what done means to him or her. In this article I will address the question of ?when does done really mean ?done?

Interpreting Results of a Vulnerability Assessment: How to Focus on Whats Important in Your Web Application Security Testing
As with many business analysis issues, there are three sides to the story when looking at Web application security testing: yours, the findings of your vulnerability assessment, and the truth. Whether you use a commercial or open source scanner, youre going to glean a lot of information and come across vulnerabilities. The problem is that many of these Web application security holes arent as big a deal as they seem. Regardless of any marketing fluff or security policies and reports, your organizations network, business needs, and risk tolerance dictate what really matters when it comes to sorting through the results.

Data Compression Basics - Part 2
Lossy Compression
This is the second in a series of three articles about compression techniques, with particular focus on media (stills, audio and video). It does not require any special knowledge of information theory, mathematics or programming. This part describes lossy compression techniques used for audio and stills, including prediction, approximation, transform functions, selective downsampling and quantization. It also covers some concepts of perceptual (psychovisual and psychoacoustic) compression models.


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