Stories From The Issue Of » July 28, 2003
No Time To Relax
More U.S. companies say they're spending enough to win the information-security battle. Have companies found the right balance of risk and cost, or are they dropping their guard just as threats get more vicious?
Companies going offshore to outsource IT need to learn how to talk about this increasingly sensitive subject
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Security Needs To Become IT Basic
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Offshore Outsourcing: A Means To An End
- John Soat IT Confidential: Paranoid Or Prepared: You Make The Call
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Why Some Stock Prices Stay Low
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: System Setup Secrets For Windows XP
- Eric A. Marks Other Voices: Tire Kicking And Web Services
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