Economic Crisis Heightening Security Risk
The current economic crisis combined with tighter budgets is elevating concerns over internal security breaches at the world’s largest financial institutions, a report released this week by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu warns.
Web Apps an Achilles' Heel in Security
Poll Finds IT/Business Alignment Still Top Priority
In the month of January CIOZone conducted a poll on the top technology priorities for 2009, and despite economic pressures, IT/Business alignment still came out on top. In February, CIOZone is conducting a poll on the top security threats faced by organizations, driven in part by a rash of recent high-profile data thefts.
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The Trials of Dating a Geek
A Web site recently launched called Dating A Banker Anonymous has been garnering a lot of attention, but in the Women in IT forum, Ellen Pearlman muses that a site detailing the trials and tribulations of trying to find a loving, communicative and employed IT guy might be just as popular.
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Falling U.S. Wages Making Nearshoring Attractive
The rotten economy is changing the equation as CIOs look for the best locales to outsource. In the Global CIOs forum David Carr reports that some are finding that tier two cities in the U.S., such as Albuquerque, New Mexico, have emerged as attractive options.
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