Enterprise information security management
- April 29, 2003
According to a new Meta Group study, new applications are not just changing the way we compute, they're changing job descriptions too -- from the well-heeled offices to the tee shirt-clad trenches.
- April 27, 2003
India is like the promised land for inexpensive call centers. But this outsourcing outpost holds promise on higher levels of IT. At a recent forum, IT execs discussed how India is a manufacturing and development source just waiting to be tapped.
- April 09, 2003
With the U.S. engaged in a war in Iraq, a wide range of organizations are watching their Web sites get bombarded with traffic from information-hungry surfers, and targeted by protest attacks from an emerging breed of online malcontents whose message...
- April 07, 2003
A cloud of confusion hangs over inventory management and its related terminology. Conventional asset management tools fall well short of delivering the functionality required to actually manage the entire asset management lifecycle. Inventory ...
- April 03, 2003
As you shop for security solutions, try not to get any hype on you. Gartner analysts say hype could hamper your ability to pick the proper products for your company. To give you some perspective, the research firm has offered up the top 11 security ...
- March 26, 2003
A panel of Gartner analysts weigh in with some ideas on how businesses should protect themselves during war.
- February 10, 2003
When an event such as the Slammer worm burrows itself in your organization, will the security practices you have in place withstand the onslaught?
- February 03, 2003
Companies that do business on the Web are beginning to see the benefits of investments in e-commerce security, according to those who follow the industry.
- January 24, 2003
Like it or not, the Bush administration is going to have the ultimate say on any cybersecurity standards.
- January 20, 2003
Enterprise IT is enlisting an unlikely ally in its fight against e-mail spam: computer hackers.
- January 16, 2003
IT spending worldwide will be driven by software sales -- at the expense of hardware -- through 2006, according to new research by Aberdeen Group.