TotalCIO:

December, 2008


December 23, 2008  3:44 PM

Tough choices ahead in 2009 for enterprise applications



Posted by: mschlack
Enterprise applications

December 22, 2008  1:57 PM

CIO weekly wrap-up: Limit network access after layoffs, get DR funding



Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
CIO weekly wrap-up

The holidays are upon us! But before you mentally check out for the week, take a peek at our latest stories from SearchCIO.com:

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December 19, 2008  11:03 AM

IT/business alignment? Not so much, but there is a silver lining



Posted by: Linda Tucci
IT/business management

How's this for a year-end bummer? According to a survey from McKinsey & Co., IT is not living up to anybody's expectations. The survey, titled "

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December 17, 2008  5:36 PM

Disabling accounts after employee layoffs: A necessary evil



Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
Recession, Security

Linda Tucci's story on SearchCIO.com today on disabling accounts after employee layoffs and the security risks "orphaned" accounts can...


December 15, 2008  11:41 AM

CIO weekly wrap-up: Launching a BI system, outsourcing, 2009 IT hiring



Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
CIO weekly wrap-up

I hope everybody had a nice weekend! For those playing catch-up, here are the most recent stories from SearchCIO.com:

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December 10, 2008  5:16 PM

Cybersecurity initiatives require education, shared knowledge



Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
Politics and IT, Security

Cybersecurity initiatives aren't about just you, the CIO, or your organization. And because of that, the solutions shouldn't come solely from you, but from shared knowledge from all sectors.The same model applies to the U.S. government's approach to cybersecurity initiatives. The Center for...


December 9, 2008  4:51 PM

Sign of the times: Hewlett-Packard software comes with 0% financing offer



Posted by: Linda Tucci
Recession

There's nothing like a Hewlett-Packard software news announcement to get me a'wondering. The typical missive usually begins with some global statement about HP helping IT deliver better business outcomes. Then rapidly devolves into a dizzying catalog of product enhancements and new integrations...


December 8, 2008  12:49 PM

CIO weekly wrap-up: Cutting IT costs, virtualization and more



Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
CIO weekly wrap-up

In case you missed it, we've had a very active discussion on FatWire's sex-site demo at a Boston Web 2.0 conference. Feel free to add your own views and,...


December 4, 2008  5:18 PM

Social networking sites, credit fears leading to new spam attacks



Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
Security

Symantec has released its MessageLabs Intelligence 2008 Annual Security Report, and social networking sites and the credit crisis are providing new platforms and fears upon which new

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December 3, 2008  3:05 PM

FatWire’s sex site demo backfires at Boston Web 2.0 conference



Posted by: Linda Tucci
Conference coverage

Talk about a booby trap. Yogesh Gupta, the president and CEO of FatWire, was glibly making his way through his presentation on "Online Engagement -- The Key to Success in Good Times and Bad." The gist of the first 20 minutes or so was that in hard times companies can exploit the Web to gain market...


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