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  • Education is key to securing remote PCs

    Education is key when it comes to securing the desktops of your remote users, but there are some new products that can help protect your network. 

  • Planning and forethought: The needle and thread of patch management

    When it comes to security and patch management, there's no substitute for planning and analysis. Get advice for industry experts on how to make patch management less painful. 

  • Warner Music CIO: 'We will prevail' against pirates

    When Tsvi Gal joined Warner Music Group in 2002, he found himself on the front line of the battle against piracy. It's a battle he's confident he and his industry will win. 

  • Meta study: CIOs saved room for security in 2003

    IT spending may have been flat in 2003, but according to a Meta Group study, that "flatness" doesn't apply to security-related investments. 

  • The priority that persists

    The more things change, the more they stay the same. New research shows that an old problem is still the top concern for senior technology execs. 

  • Experts: Security melding with recovery

    Enterprises are finding it necessary to integrate security with their recovery, business continuity and availability strategies, and more of those responsibilities are being assumed by CSOs. 

  • CIO feeling secure about security

    The onslaught of worms and viruses that has hit the tech industry hard in recent months has companies once again thinking hard about security. SearchCIO.com asked Kurt Williams, CIO of Summit Electric Supply, a distributor of "anything that has to do... 

  • IT therefore IM: Don't fight IM, learn to manage it

    Instant messaging software is increasingly becoming an irreplaceable piece of how people take care of business on a daily basis, no matter what kind of organization they work for. As companies struggle to control the spread and use of IM in their cor... 

  • Experts differ on ways to spear spam

    Expert at the Wharton School of Business have different ideas on how to combat the spam tsunami -- a problem that costs the school about $200,000 per year. But they all agree on one thing: Spam leaves a bad taste in their inboxes. 

  • Computer security is for managers, too

    Computer security isn't just an IT headache. If you're a manager, you need to feel the pain too. Here are eight ways managers can protect their digital assets.