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  • Securing the physical link

    As data volumes grow, organisations are increasingly reliant on high-tech transmission networks, often along dedicated lines. But greater consideration needs to be made regarding the security of those lines.

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  • CA's mainframe management

    The mainframe continues to be redied upon as a backbone, high-end computing platform. Meanwhile the skills to manage and maintain it are decling rapidly in availability. ISV CA is attempting to address this problem with it's Mainframe 2.0 strategy.

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  • Too much data? Deal with it...

    I recently heard a worrying statistic : It is predicted that by 2012, the amount of data being stored will double every 11 hours. I have to say that I view this with a healthy dose of scepticism, but whichever way you look at it, there's still going to be a lot of data around.

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  • Is your business run by chance?

    As an employee, you trust that those responsible for the processes that help support the organisation - such as financial reporting and analysis - have them fully under control.

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  • Samsung launches new channel MPS tools

    Many organisations are recognising the financial and environmental impact of unmanaged print environments. Escalating print costs are a consequence of fragmented purchasing and ownership of printers and copiers and the associated consumables. Lack of print management tools mean organisations often have no control over who is printing what, where and when. And while many organisations may have invested in sophisticated multifunction peripherals (MFPs), very few exploit their full capabilities as document capture and management devices.

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  • Device suitability - just how much of your body does your mobile device demand?

    Despite the future simplicity of interacting with technology demonstrated in sci-fi such as Star Trek - pocket-able communicators, talking to computers, and getting medical information from a handheld scanner - the reality of mobile technology in the workplace can still be a huge let down. The IT and telecoms industries have delivered on the flip phone visual promise and computer portability of Star Trek, but the wealth of features found on a mobile phone, laptop or handheld computer means they are often complicated to use and offer more features than the average worker needs.

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  • Preventing data loss - what's needed? The search for standards

    The UK's MPs may rue the day a disk listing details of their expenses was leaked to the Daily Telegraph from the House of Commons Fees Office earlier this year, but they were going to be made public at some point anyway, courtesy of the UK's Freedom of Information Act which the MPs themselves passed in to law in 2000.

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  • Finding MeMo (Memorable Mobile applications)

    "Mobile application stores - should they be controlled by handset manufacturers?" This question was circulated among members of the Mobile Data Association (MDA) group on linkedin last month, and it was clear from the responses and other recent announcements from across the industry, that this is a key battleground for the many different players in the mobile ecosystem. As well as the handset vendors such as Palm, BlackBerry or Nokia and software platform vendors like Microsoft, these also include mobile operators who have devices tailored or tuned to their specifications and networks, and a number of independent portals who offer applications across all networks and devices.

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  • Security on the move

    With data breaches a seemingly everyday occurrence, more could be done to protect data from loss. This article discusses the role that encryption plays in protecting data stored on mobile and portable devices.

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  • Should encryption be optional?

    The use of encryption can be considered best practice for protecting data on the move from loss or theft, but now it is no longer optional for many.

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