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Home Users: IT’s Cross to Bear

Home access to the corporate enterprise is on the rise, according to industry watchers. Gridlocked highways, skyrocketing fuel costs,...

Outtasking Solution to Company’s Email Woes

Bob Woods likes to keep his staff lean. As global IT director at Ampacet Corp., a large chemical manufacturer in...

New Anti-Phishing Law Lacks Global Weight

Security experts agree the anti-phishing legislation introduced to the U.S. Senate last month is a good first step. But...

Do Certifications Separate Wheat from Chaff?

The emphasis on security in the enterprise has companies scrambling to beef up their teams or turn to outsourcers....

Real-Time Collaboration Takes Real Work

The excitement around collaboration tools is building in the IT community. However, experts warn that companies should start preparing...

Desktop Search Tools Spark Enterprise Interest

While AskJeeves, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo all are making a splash with their individual desktop search tools for the...

Sentivist IPS Takes Datamation Security Award

Few would argue that prevention is the best form of network security. Certainly not the Datamation readers who supported...

Microsoft Takes Top Honors For Enterprise IM

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. IT managers looking to thwart renegade use of consumer-oriented instant messaging tools are...

RFID: Nearly Ready for Prime Time

Sometimes being an early technology adopter can be a downer. But Bill Miller, CIO for El Paso County in...

Protecting Data with a Military-Style DMZ

For Allen Gwinn, senior IT director at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, the question is not if his 15,000-user...