IT Experts Community
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Enterprise Software IT Experts Community
IT moves fast. Here we place at your fingertips all the resources you need to stay up to speed on the latest technical developments with HP Enterprise Software. Inside our technical network, IT practitioners showcase their knowledge, connect with peers and get access to advice, downloads, demos and discussions with fellow experts.
Understanding and Validating Cross-site Request Forgery
Cross-site Request Forgery--often written CSRF and pronounced "Sea-surf"--is a common web applicaiton vulnerability that's far too misunderstood. It's stunning to see the number of experienced professionals in our space who struggle even to describe how CSRF differs from XSS--let alone how to validate it or defend against it.
No more business as usual – HP Service Manager now available through subscription pricing!
“Half price” is one of my favorite phrases, and now I get to say it to you. HP Service Manager – Subscription is virtually half of the price of comparable SaaS and on-premise IT service desk offerings. This offer combines the value of an on-premise service desk with the business benefits of a subscription pricing model similar to that of a SaaS solution. These benefits are available all while eliminating the data privacy and security concerns that many clients have with adopting SaaS solutions.
Mary Rasmussen | June 5, 2013
Get connected with HP Live Network, your performance testing community
Connect, learn and share the new performance testing community created in the HP Live Network (HPLN) platform. This new community, called “HP LoadRunner and HP Performance Center”, brings you the opportunity to connect with other organizations, partners and peers. You’ll be able to share your ideas, scripts, process and best practices while learning from others.
MalcolmIsaacs | June 6, 2013
3 new ways for IT to keep the business flying - Introducing HP Operations Analytics at HP Discover
What do you do to find information these days? Right we use google.com, bing.com or others.
How do you get around and find places when traveling? Yeah, we use a guide or GPS.
Business users like to have fancy graphics to see changing states, why can't IT staff have the same enjoyment?
Ian Bromehead | June 11, 2013