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  • A CIO's guide to Microsoft negotiations

    Survivors -- and some winners -- of Microsoft software license negotiations share their cautionary tales. 

  • A manager's guide to firewall logs

    Few IT managers bother to review firewall logs to stay informed about the security of their networks. They should. 

  • Adding Linux to your network: Which flavor do you want?

    Your team members want to start introducing Linux to your data center or network infrastructure. You're already running Windows. Is adding Linux worth it? 

  • Microsoft's next act -- service provider?

    The maker of Energizer batteries and Schick razors has dumped an unspecified number of employees so that Microsoft can run its IT operations. The move is a tantalizing signal that Redmond may join the IT services business. 

  • Preparing for a SOX audit

    If your number comes up for a Sarbanes-Oxley audit, don't panic. A compliance expert offers five tips to help IT administrators meet the challenge. 

  • Compliance is shaking the money tree for IT

    Unlike the largely unnecessary Y2K spending spree, investments to meet the demands of government regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley are making it easier for businesses to see why IT matters. 

  • Sarbanes-Oxley's Men in Black

    You might be surprised about who's really in charge of making sure that publicly traded companies are complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other regulations that affect IT. 

  • Fear of an audit is the wrong motivator

    IT managers at the Philadelphia Stock Exchange had extensive experience in meeting government rules and regulations well before SOX and September 11. 

  • IT shouldn't be a compliance beast of burden

    It's a given that IT plays a critical role in complying with regulatory mandates. It's a serious mistake for an enterprise to expect IT to do it all. 

  • Security and Paris Hilton

    How can you use the example of the foolish heiress to spur security awareness for Bluetooth and mobile devices in your enterprise?