IT governance combines technology with discipline, but not in equal measure.
Linux has gone mainstream sooner than some expected, and along the way has spawned a movement known as ''open source.'' Just how far can it go?
Your technology infrastructure can be audited -- and probably should be.
IT audits are moving into the mainstream as regulatory compliance, risk management, and information security become higher corporate priorities.
Leasing IT gear is more popular than ever, thanks to a host of new options. But more for lessees is not guaranteed.
Even in tough times, companies often fail to track corporate spending. New software may help.
Information overload has acquired a regulatory dimension, forcing senior executives to take notice.
Increasingly, software vendors are auditing their corporate customers.