07Sp_SECB408_01&51_P1 - Overview MobileCode...

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    Overview Disruptive technologies Definition Examples Mobile Code Peer-to-Peer Networks Field Programmable Gate arrays  (FPGAs)
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    Disruptive Technologies Definition: simple innovations that radically  change a competitive market. Printing presses Automobiles Personal computers Digital cameras Open source software Internet Wireless communication
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    Disruptive Technologies  (Cont.) Mobile Code Peer-to-peer networks Field Programmable Gate Arrays  (FPGAs) Complex adaptive systems
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    Mobile Code Definition: it is a disruptive technology that  allows software configurations on individual  nodes to change dynamically. It allows programs to move from node to node on  the network. Currently seen as a security threat Implementations include Java, Jini,  Postscript, .Net, etc
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    Mobile Code Example - Java  Applets
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    Mobile Code Example -  Postscript
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    Mobile Code Example - SQL
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