Sometimes it's not enough to merely do the right thing - instead it's necessary to be seen to be doing the right thing. NetIQ's Access Governance Suite 6 is intended to help IT departments demonstrate that people are only able to access information they're entitled to.
There's a need for company CIOs and chief legal officers to work closely together and communicate more effectively, particularly when it comes to the identification of underlying legal/IT issues and the development of better solutions, according to a new joint report by one leading analyst firm and a legal publishing company.
South Australia's Mt Barker Council is helping a small town's local council on the remote Papua New Guinea island of East New Britain to run their operations using cloud computing in what is described as a 'life changing' project.
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Another awesome video.