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You've deployed solid network security products, which means today's attack vector of choice is through your applications," reports Michael Gavin in his January 3, 2006 research titled Application Firewalls - Are they Worth the investment?
Students are utilizing a diverse array of application options, from the traditional paper application sent by snail mail to electronic applications submitted in various ways.
Enterprise organizations are recognizing that successful application delivery is dependent upon a coordinated effort between the network and application teams," said Mark Fabbi, Research Vice-President at Gartner, Inc.
In practice, application virtualization is most appropriately called application service virtualization.
However, it is anticipated that these components, collectively, might be too broad for a single application to address all three comprehensively.
Application Deadline: Annual early application deadline is 06-02.
The report also states, "While network optimization and application is very important, it is just one component of an effective application delivery function.
Any interruption of access to application data can be devastating.
The receipt dates and the three annual review cycles are as follows: application receipt dates--5 April, 5 August, 5 December; initial review dates--June/July, October/November, February/March; secondary review dates--August/September, December/January, April/May; range of likely start dates--1 September-1 December, 1 January-1 March, 1 May-1 July.
Web, application, and database tiers) as well as multiple infrastructure services, such as firewalls and intrusion detection, are far more cost effective to operate, and provide the highest level of adaptability.
This latest release of Presentation Server with both application virtualization and streaming technologies provides even more flexibility for enterprise Windows customers with large application portfolios," said John Humphreys, program director, IDC.
As part of this launch, Intel publicized the notion of "occasionally connected computing"--that is, applications that keep working productively even when there is no network connection--and encouraged application infrastructure vendors to deliver products to support this new vision.

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