Axway is again named a leader in Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant for Application Services Governance; Mark O’Neill highlights Philipp Schöne’s presentation at API Days/APIStrat Berlin; TheNextWeb discusses how India’s largest startup was hacked; HealthData Management explores the use of APIs for patient portals; IT Business Edge details David Linthicum’s view on the evolution of integration tools; The Huffington Post outlines six risks associated with the Internet of Things and your home.
- Gartner published its 2015 Magic Quadrant for Application Services Governance report, once again naming Axway as a leader for application services governance. Read more here.
- Mark O’Neill highlights Philipp Schöne’s presentation on “APIs, Data & Intelligence” at this year’s API Days/APIStrat Berlin event.
- TheNextWeb looks at how Shubham Paramhans was able to hack into one of the biggest startups in India by reverse engineering their APIs.
- Could APIs be the new face of patient portals? HealthData Management explores the possibilities if the Stage 3 Meaningful Use rule is implemented in the health industry.
- IT Business Edge highlights David Linthicum’s view on the evolution of integration tools in the emergence of new challenges, identifying five data evolutions, including cloud computing and mass data storage.
- Should you be worried about your home getting hacked because of the Internet of Things? Maybe you should be. At this week’s RSA Conference the world’s top hackers discussed the security risks the Internet of Things poses for our homes, labeling six threats as a real concern.
TOPICS: Digital Business