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By Archana Venkatraman Nov 18, 2014

Businesses struggle to bind cloud services together, says Forrester

Most enterprise cloud users struggle to consolidate their cloud services and gain a holistic view of their infrastructure Continue Reading


Manage Feb 12, 2014

Enterprise compliance and security: The ties that bind

Enterprise compliance and security departments sometimes have a fractious relationship, the two essential functions struggling to establish common ground and work together to protect the organization as a whole. In... Continue Reading


By Tom Nolle Manage May 05, 2014

Component binding for event-driven app modernization

Learn about the future of component binding, so enterprise architects can monitor the space carefully for developments. Continue Reading


By Francesca Sales News Aug 15, 2014

While SpiderOak canary defies NSA, CIOs ponder their privacy bind

CIOs battle their own privacy demons as SpiderOak and other vendors attempt to protect customer data from NSA snooping. Also in Searchlight: Cisco cuts 6,000 jobs and the Internet could grow too large for its gear. Continue Reading


By Tom Nolle Evaluate Jun 05, 2014

Move over SOA, data binding shows promise for workflow management

SOA and BPEL have often been used to improve agility, but data binding could prove to be a good alternative. Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran May 30, 2014

Microsoft and Salesforce bind SQL deal and Office 365 integration

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella demonstrated the company’s new found openness with a strategic alliance with Continue Reading


By Simon Quicke Jun 17, 2013

Binding gets Southern region role at Avnet

Former Magirus executive Andrew Binding has been given a senior role covering Southern Europe at Avnet Technology Services Continue Reading


Problem Solve May 24, 2010

XML Binding

Working with XML data couldn't be easier in WPF. Just add an XMLDataProvider to your XAML and provide the location of your XML resource, using a local XML file as the source. Continue Reading


By Kevin Beaver Problem Solve Apr 09, 2012

Desktop backup oversights that can get you into a bind

Enterprise policy and regulatory requirements dictate that desktop backups cover data and apps, but many people still save only locally. Here's how to overcome that risky behavior. Continue Reading


Problem Solve Mar 22, 2010

PriorityBinding in WPF

PriorityBinding derives from Binding and is a variation of MultiBinding, a type of binding where you specify multiple sources in your XAML. Continue Reading