Sun is scaling back its vaunted Silicon Valley engineering group and expanding its facilities around the world to save on costs.
Stories by Michael Cooney
Sun Microsystems this week said it will outsource its internal information technology team to Computer Sciences Corp. in a contract worth US$360 million.
As Web services-based transactions grow, so does the need to secure those communications. That's the idea behind an emerging standard know as Web Service Security (WS-Security).
Few incidents can raise community angst, awareness and action like a missing-child report. So when the town of Herndon had a chance to implement the national child-abduction warning system known as "Code Amber" last fall, it went all out, converging its telecom, e-mail and data networks into a high-speed VoIP environment to support the new application.
Amid the growing buzz around identity management, Microsoft is trying to pull together a platform that would offer corporations entry into a new generation of end-user management, security and regulatory compliance.