Migrating Struts to Spring

  What’s Wrong With Struts If you have a credit report, there’s a good chance that you’re one of the 143 million American consumers whose sensitive personal information was exposed in a data breach at Equifax, one of the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies. Here are the facts, according to Equifax. The breach lasted from mid-May through July. The hackers accessed people’s names, Social Security numbers, birth dates,...

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COTS Software

A Matter of Approach Program managers are faced with choosing between custom software development or the implementation of COTS Software to meet complex system requirements. ResQSoft’s adaptive reuse technology is equally proficient at developing custom applications from scratch or leveraging Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) Software to build these systems. The key to success is our approach. Minimizing Risk The COTS Software approach is...

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System-to-System Integration

What Does Integration Mean? At the most basic level, system-to-system integration means that one system can use information from another system, or that they can exchange information. In many older systems, this means that one system creates a file and sends it to the other system, usually by File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). In more modern systems, integration may not just mean exchanging data. It may also...

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How Legacy Modernization Can Help Improve Public Safety and Law Enforcement

Have you ever watched some of those live-drama,‭ ‬police operation documentaries or films back in the‭ ‬1980‭’‬s,‭ ‬1990‭’‬s and early‭ ‬2000,‭ ‬where in a scene you find a cop tagging the owner of a vehicle and identifying a criminal merely by punching an ID on a hand-held unit or a small computer system mounted‭ ‬in‭ ‬the police car‭? Back then,‭ ‬it may have seemed like a leap in...

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The Need to Modernize Aging Business Systems and Applications

Why Modernize? Sooner than later, the computers we are using today will become obsolete, and eventually will be replaced or retired from use. Technology moves forward at a remarkable pace, so that most of the hardware and software we see in the market today can become nearly useless in less than half a decade since their introduction. The problem is that new versions of software and operating systems place ever-increasing demands on the...

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