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Content tagged with Analytics posted in September 2005
Compliance Appliance: I Like The Sound Of That
Commentary  |  9/27/2005  | 
I also like the fact that these devices could be a boon for small- and medium-sized businesses. This group in particular seems to have the most trouble meeting SOX requirements, and more and more compliance vendors are targeting this sector with less-expensive products that are easier to deploy, use and administer.
SEC's Latest Reprieve Opens Door For Better Automation
Commentary  |  9/22/2005  | 
It probably didn't jump out as a big surprise when the SEC voted yet again to extend the Section 404 filing deadline for small-cap companies by yet another year. The commission's Advisory Committee on Smaller Public Companies investigated enough comments and complaints about the undue financial burden of SOX's Section 404 compliance on smaller public companies that a second extension was near
Getting Serious About Archiving
Commentary  |  9/16/2005  | 
Maybe it's worse than I thought. Is anyone taking message archiving seriously?
Much Ado About Archiving
Commentary  |  9/13/2005  | 
Can the message archiving market really be that hot? If the volume of new products and services geared to the practice, and the amount of new research devoted to the topic, is any indication, then my completely unscientific and seat-of-the-pants analysis is . . . yes.
Enterprise IM: Get Used To It
Commentary  |  9/9/2005  | 
When the Radicati Group released its five-year projections for the instant messaging market yesterday, the biggest news wasn't in the growth numbers, which call for a steady increase in worldwide IM traffic through 2009. More intriguing were the vendors present for a panel discussion and what they see as the opportunities that the growth numbers represent.
Your Data Has Left The Building
Commentary  |  9/6/2005  | 
Is that a good thing, or bad? As if you didn't have enough to worry about, in today's business climate you must not only find ways to ensure compliance with corporate data use policies, you have to include those rogue laptops and other wayward mobile devices in your management approach.


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