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Intégration des applications fédératrices : la société Intel passe d’un système d’interfaces applicatives point à point à une infrastructure intergicielle (middleware) standard, dans le cadre de laquelle les règles de gestion réutilisables sont extraites vers une couche d’automatisation des processus opérationnels, les applications adoptant une structure à intégration flottante. Découvrez-en le pourquoi et le comment. Intégration interentreprises. D’une gestion manuelle fastidieuse, Intel évolue vers un ensemble de transactions parfaitement orchestrées, dans le cadre desquelles les machines communiquent entre elles, avec un minimum d’intervention humaine. Le lancement du programme d'intégration des applications d'entreprise est une initiative d'envergure des services informatiques d'Intel. Cette stratégie permet à Intel de passer d'une in... (more)

Bloggers Call For Immediate Resignation Of FEMA Director Michael Brown

- Announcing the "Change The Administration" March in D.C. - New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin tells what he thinks about his fellow politicians and people in Washington in this morning's radio interview. "FEMA Director Michael Brown must be removed from his job immediately and should be assigned to truck duty to drive and unload food and supplies to the New Orleans Convention Center thoughout the night and for the next 48 hours. This guy is an incomptenet political idiot who has no qualification to run this organization. It is completely unacceptable not to be able to drop one single p... (more)

Hurricane Katrina "Cyber-Scams" – National Cyber Security Alliance Issues Warning

The loss of life and destruction of property wrought by Hurricane Katrina has been utterly devastating. Unfortunately, now there is another after-effect to worry about, says the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA): online criminals are already taking advantage of generous individuals who are looking to donate online to disaster relief efforts. The FBI is currently investigating hundreds of Web sites posing as online charities to lure in potential donors and obtain their financial information. In addition, there are reports of phony e-mails from fake charities being used to sp... (more)

IBM Security Report Predicts Mobile/Satellite Attacks in 2005

Phishing Attacks, Threats to Confidential Information and to Windows - All Increasing, Says Symantec Report Stuart McIrvine, director of IBM's security strategy, said yesterday: "After a year like 2004, many IT departments feel beaten down from combating viruses like Mydoom and Netsky. However, through sophisticated intelligence gathering and analysis, IBM can now identify and understand many of these risks. In addition, businesses and consumers can use this information to help them to not only anticipate these security risks, but more importantly, to prepare themselves to avoid ... (more)

"Google's Down!?!?!?!?" - Google Search Performance Flubbed by MyDoom

Google confirmed yesterday that it experienced "slowness" for a short period of time because of the MyDoom virus. Google users experienced problems whether their own computer was infected or not. This is because the virus struck at the Google's own servers, potentially slowing it down for non-infected computers using it by bombarding the search engine with requests until its servers couldn't cope. The attack was directed at Lycos, Altavista, and Yahoo too. In Google's case, the attack received most publicity since it coincided with the company's long-awaited announcement on the va... (more)