Stories From The Issue Of » November 19, 2007
The Evolution Of The CIO
The role of the CIO is at a critical point of change. It's time for CIOs to step up -- or step back.
Automated Policies Pull Tech Assets, Business Together
Streamlined IT is competitive IT. Here's how to use risk to solidify your policy management approach.
Time To Take Action Against Data Loss
The latest round of security products focuses on data loss prevention everywhere on the network, but the real work still requires a human touch.
Vernier's In-Band NAC Product Takes Work
EdgeWall has some unique features that help with network integration, but it's got a number of downsides, too.
BLUEPRINT FOR SECURITY
- Bob Evans The Inexorable Rise Of The New CIO
- Rob Preston Down To Business: Software Industry M&A: What's Next?
- John Soat CIOs Uncensored: Why Are There Both More And Fewer CIOs?
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