Facing The Monster: The Labors Of Log Management
As the compliance beast seems to grow before your eyes, managing logs is even more important -- and no less complex. But technology isn't the only answer to easing this burden. Seek legal advice and sharpen your business strategies as well.
How To Tame Microsoft Windows Vista's UAC
Are all those Windows Vista User Account Control warnings driving you nuts? Here are seven ways to make Vista's UAC less intrusive, while keeping legitimate security threats at bay.
Xerox Unveils Five Printers For SMBs
New products range from the $279 Phaser 3100MFP, which prints, copies, and scans, to the $1,999 Phaser 5550 laser printer, which processes 50 pages per minute.
How SAP Is Trying To Fill The Talent Pipeline
Last week, SAP announced new university alliances to prepare future professionals with business, tech, and soft skills needed in the rollout of NetWeaver, ERP 6.0, and other popular SAP products. This week, the company talked to me about the work under way with other third parties to help fill the talent gap now.
Microsoft's Ballmer Escapes Egg Attack
A man upset with the Hungarian government's decision to sign a software and training deal with Microsoft threw three eggs at CEO Steve Ballmer -- and missed.
Software Piracy On The Rise, Study Finds
Rates of pirated software ranged from a high of 93% in Armenia to a low of 20% in the United States, according to the 2007 BSA and IDC Global Software Piracy study.