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Implementing an Effective Storage Strategy

June 30th, 2005
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In the wake of Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, Basel II and other data retention regulations, compliance is a major concern for most organizations. Companies are implementing storage strategies that will allow them to manage their data and keep it accessible for compliance at the lowest possible cost. Before these strategies are put into place, however, there are several points that an organization must consider.
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UK to Become Haven for E-criminals

June 29th, 2005
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Half of IT security professionals believe that UK is danger of becoming haven for e-criminals due to lack of government support and investment in police resource, a new research reveals. IT security experts are calling on the government to take the lead role in combating e-crime.
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Building an IT Foundation for a Sustainable Future

June 29th, 2005
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If you make business software decisions for an organization in the construction industry, or any of the industries closely affiliated with the construction industry, the future of your business can be summed up in one word: change. Demand is huge, capital is tight, and expectations are higher than ever.
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The SME Guide to Open Source

June 29th, 2005
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The general view of open source software is that it is free; however, as with many things in business, information technology is never that easy. Switching to open source needs to involve careful planning and consideration of the business benefits and potential downsides to such a migration.
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IT Project Management: Improving the Current State

June 28th, 2005
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As we all know by now, information technology service projects in today’s enterprise continue to have abysmal results in terms of achieving time and budget goals. In fact, most would go so far as to term project management as more of an art – albeit a failing one – than as a science.
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Opening New Markets with a Next-Generation I/O Platform

June 27th, 2005
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The interface used to connect a system´s CPU to a storage device is critical to a user´s overall system performance. For success, the I/O interface’s cost, data throughput performance, reliability, flexibility, robustness, and ease of integration and migration must be balanced with the needs of the user.
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Microsoft Pushing Anti-Spam Safety Bar

June 24th, 2005
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The software major Microsoft Corp is introducing a new safety-bar in its Hotmail accounts to warn users that the email they have received may be spam. However, the move is stepping up the pressure on email senders to adopt its Send ID spam fighting technology.
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IT Poses an Unwanted SOX Surprise

June 24th, 2005
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The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was intended to clean up corporate finance, but as an unintended side effect it has also revealed widespread problems with corporate information technology systems, according to a report surveyed companies that are complying with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
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The Future of Enterprise Data Back-up and Recovery

June 23rd, 2005
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One of the greatest challenges facing IT professionals is effectively protecting business-critical information, particularly the growing amount of data stored on distributed desktops, remote and laptop computers.
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ILM – Information Lifecycle Misdirection

June 22nd, 2005
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Great illusionists like Harry Houdini, David Copperfield and arguably David Blane escaped many strait jackets, and water tanks. Dumbstruck audiences rarely saw what was really going on. There was no danger, it just seemed that way. These magicians used their most simple, yet potent tactic, misdirection.
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