Prepare for disaster

Prepare for disaster

If the tragic events of Sept. 11 taught us anything, it is that most disasters, by their very nature, strike...

March 21st, 2002 Chris Conrath

IT managers gird for post-Sept. 11 attacks

IT managers gird for post-Sept. 11 attacks

Air strikes in Afghanistan and the specter of retaliatory terrorist attacks have catapulted disaster recovery planning, business continuity, and technology-asset...

October 12th, 2001 Carolyn April and Eugene Grygo

IT managers gird for post-Sept. 11 attacks

IT managers gird for post-Sept. 11 attacks

Air strikes in Afghanistan and the specter of retaliatory terrorist attacks have catapulted disaster recovery planning, business continuity, and technology-asset...

October 11th, 2001 Carolyn April and Eugene Grygo

High Availability: The Next Challenge

High Availability: The Next Challenge

We need to design and build "resiliency" into everything we deliver within the IT organization. With increased denial of service...

December 31st, 2000 Dan Swanson

Swept Away

Swept Away

As the CIO of a large organization, you've made a significant investment in a distributed computing environment in order that...

November 30th, 2000 Stan Krupp

IBM announces new recovery services

IBM announces new recovery services

Directing seasonal Web traffic and re-routing phone calls are of concern to many businesses, but IBM Global Services is trying...

December 2nd, 1999 Cindy Steinman

Leading Informative Web Sites

Leading Informative Web Sites

Audit and Controlwww.ifac.org www.theiia.org www.itaudit.org www.auditnet.orgBest Practices for IM/ITwww.sei.cmu.edu www.mitre.org www.itpolicy.gsa.gov www.cio.govYear 2000 Supportwww.mitre.org/research/y2k www.year2000.com www.y2k.govBusiness Continuitywww.sia.com www.bis.com www.drj.comProject Managementwww.pmi.org...

October 31st, 1999 No Author