[2004-02-26] ROI on IT Trainings- A Dream for Present Day Organization and its Employees
In the present day scenario, every organization dreams to create a niche that is beneficial for both the organization and the employee. With the changing times, the need for keeping oneself abreast with the latest in the industry impacts the actions and strategies an organization may employ to survive. Day to day variations in the industry in turn sets the pace of change that an organization sees in every sphere or area of its functionality.

[2004-02-24] Is BS7799 For You?
BS7799 is the UK national standard for best practice in information security derived from the International Standard ISO/IEC 17799:2000. This standard comes in two parts and replaces BS 7799-1:1999 which has now been withdrawn.

[2004-02-24] BS7799 Compliancy and Certification
What is Compliancy? Compliancy with BS7799 requires an organisation to have implemented and documented their Information Security Management System (ISMS) in accordance with the control objectives set out in the BS7799-1:2000 documentation.

[2004-02-19] Choosing Your Outsource Service Provider
You have carefully weighed the advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing and finally decided to outsource your project. Is there a surefire way to choose an outsource service provider (OSP) that best fits your needs? Is there an established selection procedure that can be applied on all occasions? Is there a complete list of requirements that a potential OSP should meet? Even if this article doesn't give you an affirmative answer to all these questions, it will help you avoid costly blunders.

[2004-02-06] Outsourcing a Project Overseas
You decided to outsource your project, you sent out Requests for Proposal, you evaluated the proposals that you received, and you finally found out that the outsource service provider (OSP) whose proposal best fits your requirements is an overseas company... Is it a disappointment to you?

[2004-02-05] Change Management – Buzz words or real value?
A lot of people look at change management as something they should have, but typically do not put the effort into creating processes that are easy to follow and repeatable. At most organizations, processes and procedures are usually ‘nice to haves' and only become important when there is a problem. Once a major issue is identified, due to a mistake or implementing changes before they were ready to be deployed to end users, do the discussions begin. But after the fire is over and everything is running smoothly again our minds move on to other projects and the fix that was needed and fresh on everyone's mind slowly becomes less of an issue until it is totally dismissed once again.