Enterprise data privacy management

  • April 26, 2005 26 Apr'05

    Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA compliance spending soars, AMR finds

    A new AMR Research study breaks down the damage: Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA -- and all the rest.

  • March 23, 2005 23 Mar'05

    What CIOs should know about records

    Electronic records are risky business for any CIO, but there are ways to control these documents so they don't endanger your enterprise – or your job.

  • February 17, 2005 17 Feb'05

    University approach helps CIO push BI training

    United Pipe & Supply CIO Mike Green was stunned when employees at the Portland, Ore.-based wholesale distributor weren't excited to use the new business intelligence (BI) tools he bought them. So he built a virtual BI university, started handing out...

  • January 24, 2005 24 Jan'05

    Sun launches identity compliance tool

    Sun today announced new software designed to help businesses meet the requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley by better tracking which employees access company applications.

  • November 22, 2004 22 Nov'04

    Technology challenges of fast-growth SMBs

    IT investments are just one of many challenges that IT managers face in fast-growing small and midsize companies. First in a three-part series.

  • October 23, 2004 23 Oct'04

    SMBs in the spotlight

    A raft of new products aimed at small to medium-sized businesses has hit the streets in the past couple of months. Here's a snapshot of who's doing what.

  • October 20, 2004 20 Oct'04

    Q&A: Dan Geer on security of information when economics matters

    Dan Geer elicited some very interesting questions from his webcast, Security of information when economics matters. In this Q&A, ...

  • May 19, 2004 19 May'04

    Chaos or coordination -- Architecture to the rescue

    Even the most carefully executed CRM systems can be problematic if they lack an architectural roadmap. Learn more about the Corporate Information Factory and how it can help provide architectural framework in support of a CRM strategy.

  • December 22, 2003 22 Dec'03

    New regulations spur IT spending, headaches

    A number of new laws may promote good business practices and fuel spending. But a few IT pros find them aggravating and, sometimes, downright unnecessary.

  • December 08, 2003 08 Dec'03

    Time for a change management showdown at Asset Corral

    There is a structural disconnect between what most application vendors define as change management and asset management. By eliminating the gap between the services performed against assets and the static asset management repositories in which ...

  • November 19, 2003 19 Nov'03

    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.

  • October 02, 2003 02 Oct'03

    A half-full asset management glass might as well be empty

    Until you gain visibility of all of the assets in your infrastructure, you're in for a rough ride. Once you can see detailed granularity, together with the interrelationships between assets, you can begin to optimize problem resolution and design ...

  • June 04, 2003 04 Jun'03

    Getting the hard facts about physical, logical and soft assets

    All assets -- physical, logical, and soft -- are important to successful IT service delivery. Once you can see them and how they relate to each other, you can model your infrastructure and better align service delivery to the needs of the enterprise.

  • May 22, 2003 22 May'03

    Gartner: Prioritize privacy management now or pay later

    Do you have a privacy management policy in place yet? Analysts with Gartner say you need one now, otherwise Uncle Sam and John Q. Customer may tag team your business into the ropes.

  • May 19, 2003 19 May'03

    Privacy and security at Oracle: Two heads are better than one

    While many organizations are just beginning to introduce the role of the privacy professional into the C-level ranks, Oracle may have conquered privacy and security issues with its CPO-CSO team.