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Monthly Archives: November 2009

Enterprise Computing: The Vices and Failures of the Enterprise

By Dick Weisinger

Baseline magazine reports on a survey done by NeoChange and summarized the responses from a series of questions that were designed to probe into Enterprise problems and behaviors.  Many of the problems addressed by the survey are from a category

Email Archiving: Easing Email HeadAches

By Dick Weisinger

Many companies are now waking up to the benefits of Email Archiving.  Compliance is a major driver for companies adopting email archiving — state and federal regulations, like HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley.  There is also eDiscovery and litigation.  And email archiving

Technology: Rules of the Road for Keeping Projects On-Track

By Dick Weisinger

Have you ever heard of a company where 100 percent of all IT projects have been successful for seven years running? Sure — the company that hasn’t had any projects over the last seven years.  But no — in an

Enterprise Software: ECM Shared Services

By Dick Weisinger

Shared Services occur when one or more groups within an organization are able to share the funding and utilization of a resource.  Shared Services goes beyond centralization.  Shared Services are often organized like a small business that deliver services to

Compliance: Sarbox Hits Small Companies Hardest

By Dick Weisinger

A recent SEC study found what small companies have known for some time: the cost for small companies to comply with Sarbox is disproportionately higher than the cost for larger companies.  The report said that “although larger companies incur higher