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Managing risk in the IT realm can lead to significant savings in both time and money.
Most entrepreneurs are not afraid to fail, but sometimes they aren't prepared for it either. Here's how you can get your affairs in order if your startup bites the dust.
A branch of the U.S. Commerce Department recently trashed perfectly good computers and wasted millions on a bogus malware infection. How did this happen?
Alfonso Barreiro goes over the basics of computer forensics that all IT pros should know. Preparing your organization for the possibility of a legal investigation should be part of...
Having tried and tested rules in place are essential for mission-critical tech projects because when things go wrong you need proper procedures to fall back on.
Bid and RFP events are opportunities to form strong, long-term relationships with new clients. Follow these guidelines when responding to a bid, estimate, or RFP request.
The right mix of planning, monitoring, and controlling can make the difference in completing a project on time, on budget, and with high quality results. These guidelines will help...
It's hard to undertake an organization-wide business process improvement effort once it's discovered that your own processes are something of a mess. One CIO discovered the hard w...
Employment transition is an often overlooked danger to company security. Make sure you pay proper attention to protecting your business from security compromises when someone leav...
Tom Mochal illustrates how project managers can use a pilot project to document common procedures, verify estimates, and save time and money.