Databases, The Organisations, And Data Privacy Data Privacy and the Public are once more at the center of enterprise change. This time, the focus is on the evolving enterprise architecture, the volume of data that are being created daily and the growing need for highly reliable storage and retrieval of data. Our paper, Data Privacy And The Organisation explains the issues surrounding data privacy and the major risks that have been identified and the solutions that are being deployed to address these risks.
New concepts such as cloud computing, social networking and sensor technology are all transforming the world of business and in order to succeed in this new environment, organizations will need to create new structures and new services. These new concepts are not only driving new capabilities and services, they also have the potential to create new sources of data that have never been seen before.
The growth in the volume and diversity of data that are being created every day creates new risks and new security challenges. Data privacy and the protection of personal information will remain a major issue for many organizations and will have to be addressed with new solutions. The paper, Data Privacy and the Organisation, explains how new technologies are driving new capabilities and how in order to remain competitive in this new environment, organizations will have to rethink their structures and services.
With the release of Version 1.0 of Microsoft.NET Framework on August 1, 2008 and its support for Windows Server 2008, a large number of projects are now migrating to use the Microsoft.NET Framework for their development needs. Applications that use the previous Microsoft.NET Framework version 1.1 must be upgraded to the new version, thus making it necessary to recompile these applications. A number of questions arise at this point:
1. How can I change my code to use the new version of the framework?
2. What are the implications of the new version of the framework?
There are two ways to deal with this issue:
1. Add the new version of the Microsoft.NET Framework to the project. In this case, you can specify that the project uses the Microsoft.NET Framework version 2.0 or later in the project file or in the project properties.
2. Add the new version of the Microsoft.NET Framework to the references of the application. In this case, you can add the references to the Microsoft.NET Framework version 2.0 or later through the “Add reference” dialog.
The advantages of method 1 are obvious. After the framework is added, only one version of the framework will be used. If you use method 2, you will have to maintain the project file as well as the references to the libraries. Therefore, this method is not recommended. To make it clear, this example is using.NET Framework version 2.0.
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1. A Common Language Runtime (CLR) 2. A program compiler (IL 0b46394aab