Board members worried about compliance-related lawsuits may want to revisit their D&O policies.
Farming out HR has yet to yield the promised savings. So why haven't CFOs hung up on outsourcers?
As the costly Oracle-PeopleSoft deal nears resolution, others may follow.
Companies of all sizes now face new pressures that dictate how long they must retain information and how readily they must be able to retrieve it. Information life-cycle management, originally pitched to large firms, may help smaller companies as well.
Many small and midsize businesses aren't backing up their data at all; ''They're about as vulnerable as anybody you'll find.''
Enterprise software companies try to lure smaller customers with tailored products and lower prices.
It's a little bit outsourcing. It's a little bit re-architecting. It's...hard to describe.
IP telephony companies ask Corporate America the inevitable question: Can you hear me now?
Should companies underwrite personal digital assistants?
Services E-procurement is quietly gaining ground, helping companies control an expense that often escapes scrutiny.