By: Greg Olson A policy is a set of rules and guidelines for using and managing OSS in your organization. To be effective, it must cover all the essential aspects of managing OSS, yet it must be succinct and easily understood; otherwise nobody will read it, much less follow it
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By: David Alexis David Alexis talks on how building a new e-commerce site has its challenges. What happens when that site's volume is orders of magnitude greater than anything you have previously built? What challenges arise in migrating data for thousands of products, millions of customers, and years of accumulated order data to a new
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By: Edward H K Ng ITARC Singapore 2010: Security and Integrity Issues in Updating Risk Data. Presented by Edward H K Ng, Dren Analytics Pte Ltd.