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Introducing the Forrester Reference IT Capability Map

Forrester IT

Today, I am happy to announce the publication of the Forrester Reference IT Capability Map. This is a comprehensive, mutually exclusive and comprehensive statement of the major capabilities used to define and deliver IT and digital systems, individually and at a portfolio level.

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You Need A Martech Reference Model – Here’s Why

Forrester IT

A question I often get from Forrester clients is: “Do you have a martech reference architecture that I can use to build my martech stack?” ” The short answer is no; but it’s not that simple. First of all, marketers should think in terms of an interoperable martech ecosystem, not stacks or platforms.

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What Are Insecure Direct Object References (IDOR)? Meaning, Working, Mitigation, and Examples

IT Toolbox

The post What Are Insecure Direct Object References (IDOR)? IDOR is a vulnerability where user inputs reveal app objects and allow hackers to break in easily. Meaning, Working, Mitigation, and Examples appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Easily Find SCCM Task Sequences Reference Application

Anoop

The post Easily Find SCCM Task Sequences Reference Application appeared first on HTMD Blog #1 by Jitesh Kumar. Hello - Here is the new HTMD Blog Article for you. Enjoy reading it. Subscribe to YouTube Channel [link]. and Facebook Page to get the latest updates.

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Pointers vs References

SPF13

Other languages including C++, Java, Python, Ruby, Perl and PHP all support references. On the surface both references and pointers are very similar, both are used to have one variable provide access to another. In this article I will illustrate the difference between pointers and references. Why does this matter.

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Pointers vs References

SPF13

Other languages including C++, Java, Python, Ruby, Perl and PHP all support references. On the surface both references and pointers are very similar, both are used to have one variable provide access to another. In this article I will illustrate the difference between pointers and references. Why does this matter.

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Be the BOS: Catalyst aims to create reference implementations for standard ODA components

TM Forum

A new Catalyst proof of concept is developing a common Business Operating System (BOS) – an interoperable reference implementation of a core commerce management system, which includes a product catalog and order management service CSPs can use to reduce integration costs and spur innovation.