Newsletter Archive: 2006

Information Security Fundamentally Broken
In May of 2006 I read an article by Noam Eppel on Security Absurdity, Why information security is broken, which can be downloaded here to read the original article.

Date: 2006-11-30


Risk Management - Security Qualified Candidates
All companies have a risk tolerance, some companies have a higher tolerance for risk than other companies do, many follow few lead. Those risks that a company is willing to take, either bet the company, or smaller risks like bet the product help define the potential of a company in survival, either as leader, follower or failure.

Date: 2006-11-16


Risk Management - Unreasonable Project Schedules
All companies have a risk tolerance, some companies have a higher tolerance for risk than other companies do, many follow few lead.

Date: 2006-11-15


Industry IT Focus: What Do You Want Your Website To Do?
Ektron CMS400.net lets you do more than just what you need to do on the web, it also lets you do everything you want to do on the web...all with one application.

Date: 2006-11-14


Is it time to move to a new hosting provider?
Keeping on top of the important things is a challenge, because everything is important when you're a small business. Something as important as your hosting needs should be entrusted to the provider that measures its success by your success.

Date: 2006-11-09


Powering Unix/Linux on Windows
With heterogeneous environments being so prevalent in today’s corporations, the need for a low cost, high-performance, transparent PC X server that delivers seamless integration between the Windows® desktop and the UNIX/Linux server is critical. This world of PC/UNIX system integration demands a product be available for the newest PC architectures, utilizing the most recent standards, and is easy to use and easy to manage.

Date: 2006-11-07


Microsoft, Novell Make Nice Over Linux
A history of network competition and some contentious patent issues between the two companies have been overcome with the announcement that Microsoft and Novell will collaborate on making Vista and SuSE Linux more interoperable and manageable.

Date: 2006-11-03