Profile of Larry Greenemeier
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posted in December 2006
OK, so you don't have any vacation time left, and you're working today (or maybe you're not working and you love InformationWeek so much that you can't keep away). Regardless, I need your help. I want to know about your experiences with user groups: what you think of them, if you belong to any, and how much of an impact they ultimately have on the technology you purchase, use, and manage every day. But first, let me tell you about my experiences with user groups ...
Congress wants it to track people leaving the country, but GAO says that kind of capability is five years or more away.
Service customers can chose an offsite outsourcing approach or one that involves Symantec personnel working at the customer's location.
Two-thirds of CIOs surveyed said they expect even more zero-day threats in 2007.
Automating IT security functions, not consultants or services, along with frequent auditing of data security, improves compliance, an IT Policy Compliance Group study shows. Organizations most successful in meeting compliance demands are spending $1 on IT security for every $30,000 in revenue, assets under management, or agency budget.
As of Dec. 1, companies and their IT departments must produce more kinds of information earlier in the litigation process--and if they can't, they'd better be ready to explain the reason
You have to know what information your company is storing and where it's located. And if you think it's going to be too difficult or expensive to find court-requested data, you'll need to prove it.