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Poor resource planning puts IT projects at risk
Failure to get IT resource requirements mapped out adequately undermines the chances of IT projects succeeding and raises the risk of projects going over time and over budget, according to new research..
Nov 14 2007 7:19AM
Guest column: Planning for privacy
Based on his recent tour of Australian capital cities Peter Cullen, Microsoft’s chief privacy strategist, discusses the importance of privacy protection in Australia
Nov 2 2007 1:53PM
Apacs planning new card security measures
The UK Association of Payment Clearing Services (APACS)has announced that it is testing new technology, which will enhance the security of online transactions and reduce card fraud.
Feb 15 2007 2:47PM
U.K. planning applicants open to identity theft
Local authorities in the UK are leaving people open to identity theft, according to anti-fraud watchdog, CIFAS.
Jun 8 2006 4:17PM
Drive ICT success from the top: study
Effective management of ICT investments was a key factor to success, according to a new Australian study.
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Planning for less than a disaster
Creating a systems and site availability plan to protect critical business processes and systems.
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Bill would enhance federal agencies' infosec planning
Two legislators have submitted a bill that would amend the Clinger-Cohen Act to boost federal agencies’ infosec planning.
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Why Business Continuity Planning is Difficult
In the wake of September 11 companies have been scrambling to review and update their disaster recovery and business continuity plans.
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Planning for a disaster is half the work - Can you recover?
Increasingly, companies are implementing business continuity plans to ensure the constant availability and support of the company infrastructure and business processes.
Jan 15 2004 1:43PM
There’s no escaping the dentist and cyber planning
Infosecurity is kind of like visiting the dentist: we all know we have to do it, but we seem to put it off for as long as humanly possible.
Jan 15 2004 1:36PM
The Six Honest Men of Business Continuity Planning
"I keep six honest serving men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who" (Rudyard Kipling, from ‘The Elephant’s Child’ in Just So Stories).
Jan 14 2004 3:53PM
Business Continuity: Planning for Many Levels
For a business continuity plan to be truly effective at the time of interruption or disaster, everyone within the company needs to pull together to make the plan work and turn interruption into continuation.
Jan 12 2004 10:19AM
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