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  • AO.com, When It's Time for a Change

    Sponsored by: Cloudflare

    AO.com is the largest online-only electricals retailer in the UK, and wanted to achieve better site performance across all of their web domains. Read this white paper to find out why AO decided on Cloudfare to help optimize their sites, and see how Cloudfare helped reduce web page sizes by 50%.

  • Why Web Performance Matters

    Sponsored by: Cloudflare

    Watch this webinar to see how Cloudflare can help accelerate web performance using their 150+ data centers around the world, and see a demonstration from Catchpoint on how to use their synthetic monitoring platform.

  • The State of Web Application Security

    Sponsored by: Radware

    Download this white paper on web application security for a summary of current global perceptions on the state of application attacks, and insights on how to best identify and mitigate threats in the future.

  • Smart cards: security risks

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security Thesis series assess the new features introduced in Java Card 3 Connected Edition smart card specification and their associated security risks.

  • Gartner: HTML5 and the journey to the modern web

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Gartner analysts explain what steps IT departments need to take to take advantage of HTML5 and why they need to act sooner rather than later.

  • How to use Collaboration Oriented Architectures

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Collaboration Oriented Architectures (COA) describes information architectures that comply with the COA framework, which in turn is described in the associated COA Framework paper1.

  • Designing a Modern Enterprise Architecture

    Sponsored by: Metavine

    In this expert e-guide, we examine the key attributes of cloud-connected, modern architectures. Discover how to foster API-centric enterprise architectures and learn about the emergence of progressive web apps, as well as how they're creating new, mobile app-like experiences.

  • Modern Mobility E-zine: February 2016

    Sponsored by: SearchMobileComputing

    In this issue of Modern Mobility, you will explore the state of enterprise wearables, assesses their potential use cases, and take an exclusive look at the security challenges that still remain. Read on to access a Q&A with end-user computing expert Matt Kosht, who explains why app refactoring is still a niche technology.

  • Protect Revenue and Emphasize User Experience with APM Tools

    Sponsored by: eG Innovations, Inc.

    Looking to boost revenue and keep your customers happy with an improved user experience? Access this expert guide to learn how to leverage the latest in application performance management (APM) tools and discover a host of approaches to evaluate end-user experience across all channels.

  • A Case for IT Security: The Future of New EU Data Protection

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as the UK prepares new laws on surveillance and data collection, we hear from security experts on the challenges of balancing privacy and security. Read on to identify implications of new EU data protection rules, as well as examine the growing threat of ransomware and how to tackle it.

  • Protect Your Web Applications from the OWASP Top 10

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Applications, mobile devices, cloud computing, and web APIs unlock tremendous business opportunities—however, they also open your systems up to a broader set of unknown users. In this resource, you'll learn the basics of securing your web applications from the OWASP Top 10.

  • New Considerations for Application Integration

    Sponsored by: TheServerSide.com

    This three-part guide explores how application integration practices are being shaken up in modern enterprises. View now to discover experts' thoughts on how NoSQL and microservices are advancing app integration middleware; why architects are giving application integration a REST; and more.

  • Developing Mobile Applications for the Cloud, with the Cloud

    Sponsored by: IBM

    In this e-guide, experts define the key differences between native, hybrid, Web and cloud mobile applications, and they highlight best practices for testing and developing them. Learn how mobile development teams are finding success by leveraging cloud-based products such as PaaS, SaaS and IaaS services.

  • How a Top E-Commerce Strategy Leads to Strong Sales

    Sponsored by: ZeroLag Communications Inc.

    In this e-guide, Brian K. Walker of Forrester and other experts provide six key factors that can make or break a customer's shopping experience and, ultimately, an e-commerce business.

  • How to be Proactive in Securing Adobe Creative Cloud Data

    Sponsored by: CDW Corporation

    Product, website and application design teams can now use Adobe Creative Cloud services to reduce licensing costs and access secure versions of Adobe's applications on a subscription basis in the cloud. This resource outlines Adobe's strict security measures around Creative Cloud as well and touches on the storage options and collaboration tools.

  • 10 Ways You Can Improve Web App Performance

    Sponsored by: SOASTA, Inc

    This resource counts down 10 issues that development and testing teams should consider in order to derive maximum performance from their Web applications.

  • Improve Your Web Infrastructure with Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    In this white paper, you will discover how to power your web infrastructure with open source software solutions. Inside, learn how to fulfill business requirements for a more reliable and scalable web infrastructure.

  • Look out, Big Data: In-memory data grids start to go mainstream

    Sponsored by: IBM

    In this expert e-guide, learn about the prime drivers and challenges of adopting in-memory data grids (IMDGs). Find out what to look for in an IMDG vendor, and learn what middleware vendors are offering data grid-enabled software.

  • The HTML5 Impact on Application Development

    Sponsored by: Telerik

    In this e-guide, hear from experts who agree the influence of HTML5 will be overwhelmingly positive, along with core reasons why. Read on to learn the growth path of HTML5, noteworthy features, and who should look at the programming language today.

  • Arekibo- Ireland's Leading Digital Agency Saves 75% Development Time with Kendo UI

    Sponsored by: Telerik

    In this case study, learn how Arekibo, Ireland's leading digital consulting agency, succeeded in delivering a compelling web experience using HTML5 and JavaScript, while also saving 75% on development time.

  • Nervogrid Updates its Cloud Control Panel from Silverlight to HTML5 in Less than Two Months

    Sponsored by: Telerik

    This case study explores why Nervogrid, a cloud service provider, needed to update the user interface (UI) of their cloud control panel in order to support the latest web standards. Read on to find out how they successfully made the move to HTML5 in less than two months.

  • Driving Effective Application Security in the Enterprise: An End-to-End Approach to Addressing One of the Biggest Threats to a Business

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This crucial webcast examines how you can protect existing and developing applications and provides some best practices for ensuring end-to-end application security.

  • Prioritizing WAN Application Delivery Go Beyond WAN QoS

    Sponsored by: Talari_DON'T USE

    This E-Guide from SearchEnterpriseWAN.com describes why Quality of Service (QoS) is not the cure-all it used to be and explores how to go beyond the constraints of WAN QoS to safeguard and deliver the applications in your enterprise.

  • Best Practices for Architecting Your Hosted Systems for 100% Application Availability

    Sponsored by: Hosting.com

    Access this exclusive source to learn the best practices when dealing with managed hosting providers and how to best utilize your applications.

  • IBM Mashup Center

    Sponsored by: IBM

    IBM Mashup Center is an enterprise mashup platform enabling the rapid creation of reusable application building blocks (widgets, feeds, mashups) that can be easily assembled into new applications or leveraged within existing applications— with the governance and security IT requires—  to address daily business challenges.

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