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Enterprise data privacy management

  • February 09, 2006 09 Feb'06

    The customer loyalty costs of data breaches

    Breaches of customer data are almost commonplace these days, but they can still mean a big cost and a big blow to customer loyalty.

  • February 08, 2006 08 Feb'06

    EMC's Insignia -- More than a pretty package?

    In the competition for attention from SMB pros, EMC turns up the heat with its new Insignia product line.

  • February 01, 2006 01 Feb'06

    FTC promotes ID theft awareness

    The government's new quiz aims to highlight the growing problem, but the latest data suggests many consumers still fail to protect their identity.

  • January 31, 2006 31 Jan'06

    Buying from resellers has its rewards

    Buying storage gear from the channel needn't be as dicey as you might imagine as long as you know what to look out for. Aaron D. Sawchuk, co-founder and chief technology officer of managed services provider ColoSpace Inc., in Rockland, Mass., talked...

  • January 31, 2006 31 Jan'06

    ChoicePoint settles FTC charges, pays $15 million

    The firm will pay $10 million in civil penalties and $5 million for consumer redress after thieves stole records of more than 163,000 people.

  • January 31, 2006 31 Jan'06

    Buying from resellers has its rewards

    Buying storage gear from the channel needn't be as dicey as you might imagine as long as you know what to look out for. Aaron D. Sawchuk, co-founder and chief technology officer of managed services provider ColoSpace Inc., in Rockland, Mass., talked...

  • January 27, 2006 27 Jan'06

    Disabled advocates wary of march toward open source

    In Massachusetts, the decision to adopt OpenDocument formats has led to nasty debates, one CIO resignation and a list of concerns issued by advocates for the disabled.

  • January 17, 2006 17 Jan'06

    Data leaks and losses abound

    Whether it was a government Web site exposing sensitive data or a bank losing a tape with 90,000 customers' Social Security numbers, this week there were plenty of data security snafus.

  • January 05, 2006 05 Jan'06

    Marriott breach spotlights internal data security

    Experts say Marriott's recent data loss shows that internal data security controls may be lagging at many companies.

  • November 16, 2005 16 Nov'05

    Web analytics tools for all, says Google

    Google Analytics, a hosted Web analytics service formerly known as Urchin, is now available for free. Analysts say this move may inspire other innovation in the market.

  • October 25, 2005 25 Oct'05

    Spyware Survey: Do users want Uncle Sam in this fight?

    In the final installment of our three-part series, users sound off on whether government should get more aggressive against spyware or get out of the way.

  • October 20, 2005 20 Oct'05

    Spyware Survey: Squashing the pests in your PC

    In part 2 of our three-part series, users explain which weapons are best when they want to extract spyware from their network and keep it out.

  • October 19, 2005 19 Oct'05

    Spyware Survey: Coming to terms with the problem

    Before you can effectively cleanse machines of unwelcomed files and programs, you must determine what to delete -- if you can find it.

  • October 11, 2005 11 Oct'05

    Katrina data management snafus compound chaos

    A lack of planning and IT skills leaves the Red Cross scrambling to organize data into a system for refugees to search for missing loved ones.

  • September 27, 2005 27 Sep'05

    New Orleans CIO: It was the wild, wild West

    New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert talks with SearchCIO.com about surviving Hurricane Katrina -- and trying to bring New Orleans back to life.

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