Content posted in July 2004
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The Law Itself
Commentary  |  7/8/2004  | 
You may not think so, but California's Notice of Security Breach law just may apply to you.
The Privacy Lawyer: What You Don't Know About Privacy Can Hurt You
Commentary  |  7/8/2004  | 
The privacy-law landscape is crowded, and getting more so. Failing to keep up with the laws can be very bad for business.
Not Out Of The Woods Just Yet
Commentary  |  7/8/2004  | 
Just as it seemed the tech market might be breaking into the clear, a cluster of bad news has shown that financial recovery is still a work in progress.
Langa Letter: The Promise--And Problems--Of The New Windows Update
Commentary  |  7/7/2004  | 
XP and Windows 2000 users soon will get a new version of Windows Update. Here's the full story, and remember, this is beta software, so be careful, Fred Langa says.
The H-1B Brotherhood
Commentary  |  7/7/2004  | 
John Kerry and John Edwards, the Democrat's new ticket, seem to agree on H-1B visa policy; it's just hard to figure out what they agree on.
SmartAdvice: Map Out An Organizational Structure For Security
Commentary  |  7/6/2004  | 
Treat security as a business process, The Advisory Council says. Also, abandoning IE won't end security worries, and learn how to protect information in tiny USB storage devices.
Business Technology: Nagging Questions Cloud Oracle's Vision
Commentary  |  7/2/2004  | 
The Oracle antitrust trial offers some extraordinary peeks into the workings of major software players, Bob Evans says. Will customers perceive the proposed value of PeopleSoft-enhanced Oracle apps or will they respond by chosing other options?
The Champion Has Left The Building
Commentary  |  7/2/2004  | 
Successful maintenance of the business sponsorship has to be as flexible as the business itself, because business sponsorship has to be built to last.
Taking Stock: Taking A Risk Can Pay Off For Investors
Commentary  |  7/2/2004  | 
It appears that we're on the cusp of a rising interest-rate cycle.
The Observer: Better Is Better, For Companies And Trade Shows
Commentary  |  7/1/2004  | 
It's not always true that bigger is better, says Lou Bertin. Sometimes, bigger means too large to respond quickly to market shifts.
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