Corporate and IT governance a necessary evil, CIOs say

Corporate and IT governance a necessary evil, CIOs say

The phrase “necessary evil” may not be the savviest way of describing it, but keeping a handle on IT governance...

December 21st, 2005 Ryan B. Patrick

UK identity fraud case grows

UK identity fraud case grows

Identity thieves may have stolen a higher number of personnel records in a growing fraud case that has seen the...

December 13th, 2005 Jeremy Kirk

Users pushing for a consolidation of multiple risk management tools

Users pushing for a consolidation of multiple risk management tools

A tool consolidation trend may be coming to the enterprise risk management (ERM) space, but some observers caution while this...

December 8th, 2005 Jeff Jedras

Palamida, CollabNet team on IP input

Palamida, CollabNet team on IP input

Software compliance and license management company Palamida Inc. Wednesday unveiled a partnership with CollabNet Inc. and launched an initiative to...

December 7th, 2005 China Martens

CA buys e-mail-archiving software

CA buys e-mail-archiving software

Computer Associates recently made public its acquisition of an e-mail archiving software vendor whose technology CA says will help round...

November 10th, 2005 Denise Dubie

Users suffering password overload

Users suffering password overload

The average corporate IT user is being asked to remember an increasing number of passwords and is resorting to insecure...

November 10th, 2005 Jeff Jedras

Firms to offer first open-source compliance insurance

Firms to offer first open-source compliance insurance

Three organizations are teaming up to offer what they claim is the first open-source compliance insurance policy to provide coverage...

October 31st, 2005 China Martens

Business needs to do more to stop cybercrime

Business needs to do more to stop cybercrime

Information security, or lack thereof, may yet be the death of commerce and business conducted on-line by Canadian consumers. That’s...

September 25th, 2005 Dan McLean

IBM preps ‘BI-lite’ productivity app

IBM preps ‘BI-lite’ productivity app

IBM next month plans to release a new software product designed to bring business intelligence-style data views to the masses....

September 20th, 2005 Cathleen Moore