Archive for August, 2005

  • OMG Announces Architecture-Driven Modernization Workshop

    on Aug 30, 05 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

    Modernization Starts Where Existing Practices Fail to Deliver Against Business Objectives NEEDHAM, Mass. — BUSINESS WIRE — Aug 30, 2005 — The Object Management Group (OMG), today announced the program for its Second-Annual Architecture-Driven Modernization workshop. Sponsored by Klocwork, Unisys and ASG, the workshop will take place October 24-27, 2005 in Alexandria, VA, USA. The media sponsor is Application Development Trends. Existing software assets have entered the maintenance and evolution mode. Architecture-Driven Modernization (ADM) is the process of understanding and evolving existing software assets for the purpose of software improvement, modifications, interoperability, re-factoring, restructuring, reuse,

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  • Developing Secure Software is a Management Issue

    on Aug 24, 05 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

    Executives are Demanding That IT Improve the Development Process to Create More Secure and Reliable Software Opinion by Djenana Campara, Klocwork Inc. AUGUST 24, 2005 (COMPUTERWORLD) – When security vulnerabilities in a vendor’s software are exploited, significant costs are faced by the vendor and its software users. Software with security vulnerabilities harms an organization’s reputation with customers, partners and investors. It increases costs as companies are forced to repair unreliable applications, and it delays other development efforts as limited resources are assigned to address current software deficiencies. With the increased scrutiny of internal processes and

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