Higher rewards for the client mean higher risks for the security service provider
Implemention and management must be done properly
Managing the risk is essential when outsourcing security
Poor implementation presents the greatest risk – failure
Better technology means flexible working without compromise
Before you negotiate an outsourcing deal…
Businesses should not be afraid of social networking
IT Superhero: Chris Lowden Q & A
IT Superhero: Robert Howard Q & A
Defining cloud computing
Secrets of successful CIOs
Data leakage protection: how to secure your most vital assets
How IT businesses can survive the downturn
Universities must adopt Web 2.0
How to limit the risk of terminating outsourcing contracts
EIM: the changing face of BI
Building regulations for IT
Lessons from Best Places to Work in IT 2007 winners
IT Superheroes: Meet the finalists
Secure employee access to prevent insider threat
How to implement network access control
Guard business assets against increased threat
How to be a good IT customer
NCC: Beware employees' "exit strategies" during downturn
Security is not primarily a technical issue
Women falling out of love with IT
Be vigilant of saboteurs' revenge cybercrime
Bank bail out depends on an accurate view of toxic assets
Drop in staff morale increases security threat
Don't let turmoil distract attention from security
Five ways to beat the credit crunch
Communication immunisation for SMEs
Why bother with policy and procedure?
Technology in the next 100 years: the futurologist’s view
Grievance, Dismissal and an Employment Tribunal
Making the most of SMB opportunities
Beat the bullies
Should you do an MBA?
How to hang onto your job
Mobile payments offer new hope to smartphone makers
Email blunders, messaging mishaps and more: Your stories...
How to prevent internal data breaches
Security Zone: why 'need-to-know' is not always best practice
itSMF UK: Communication in the real world
Is the government's 'super-database' legal?
Computer security when travelling by train – an expert’s observation
Lost in Translation - a handbook for information systems in the 21st century
Identity theft: What have we learned?
IT enables SME business
Managing IT in a downturn: beyond cost cutting
What came first: the technology or the process?
The IT Professional's Survival Guide
Microsoft licensing programme promises bigger software discounts
Real time threats demand real time security
How do we tackle political cyber-crime?
Tackling Computer Vision Syndrome
Five tips on contract negotiations
How to prepare for job interviews
Talented people: how to find them, how to keep them
Data loss: how to minimise risk, liability and reputational damage
When mobile phones become mainstream clients
How big a problem is state-sponsored hacking?
Expert opinion: e-tailers should copy online fraudsters' tactics
Will ID cards ever be in demand?
The danger within
Why the ultimate customer experience need not cost the earth
The benefit of thin client computing
IT-enabled change: the knowledge
Take a structured IT approach for successful mergers and acquisitions
Another data loss, another lax response
Focus on the quality of software projects
Network security: get a complete view of your network
DPM's diary: 19 August 2008
Older generation could scupper £4.4bn National Identity Scheme
Will cheap broadband drive video conferencing?
IT outsourcing in a global economic downturn
Internet crime? Global justice?
Top 10 information security tips for C-level executives
ERP to grow in utilities, says Deloitte
Interest in hosted services will increase
Use summer slowdown to build the brand of me
Onus is on mobile operators to maintain security
Technology in tough times: preparing for economic downturn
Free cost per transaction calculator
Plain speaking on outsourcing
Hijacking blog strikes
Financial markets: How low can 'low latency' go?
Modern leadership techniques hinder crisis management
Changes to Computer Misuse Act will turn security professionals into criminals
Is it farewell to legacy systems?
Maximising the value of IT to business
How to minimise risk of customer data loss and fraud
Technology to weather the storm
When soft becomes hard for IT experts
The credit crunch: who dares, wins
Macs and Malware
Improving the relationship between development teams and their customers
Plug your zero-day vulnerability gap
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