As threats proliferate, here are five areas where companies need to strengthen and update their policies and practices. It’s particularly galling when a company specializing in security issues gets monumentally hacked. That was the case for Stratfor, which suffered a massive data breach just before the holidays that exposed thousands of client names, e-mail addresses […]
To cut costs and ensure security, companies adopt a retail model for distributing apps for mobile devices to their employees.
Companies with backup systems in place kept their businesses running when a major outage at Amazon shut down websites.
Spurred by enthusiastic senior executives and rank-and-file employees, companies are starting to roll out iPads in the enterprise, especially for board meetings and sales staff.
As cloud vendors mature, Web-based delivery of applications, storage and infrastructure is getting more secure and trustworthy.
If an iPhone can make people healthier by tracking how many steps they take, why can’t something similar make cars […]
Enterprise software helps set rules for virtual worlds Consumer-friendly technologies like Web-based e-mail and instant messaging, Twitter and Facebook have […]
Changes to revenue recognition rules may be beneficial but will lead to accounting headaches that new software can relieve. Last […]
Securing corporate IT systems is crucial, but there are ways to make that effort more productive and less costly. Companies […]
After the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002, many securities firms implemented financial controls to ensure the accuracy of financial statements. The new act required public companies to strengthen accounting controls and financial oversight.
Spreadsheets are difficult to control… Read the rest
New software products aim to help companies get the whip hand over ubiquitous but risky spreadsheets.
Concur Technologies helps companies automate the processes by which they manage employee travel and entertainment spending, but some of its own processes aren’t fully… Read the rest
New software products aim to help companies get the whip hand over ubiquitous but risky spreadsheets. Concur Technologies helps companies […]
New services deliver a range of technology without up-front capital investment. The downside could be giving up control. More than […]
Citi has begun rolling out its CitiDirect BE institutional online banking platform. CitiDirect BE–short for “Banking Evolution”–is a wholesale rebuild of its existing CitiDirect platform, which was launched in 1999.
Bank of America’s new cash management portal, CashPro Online, will provide corporate treasury customers with better administrative tools and security, as well as access to more services, including foreign exchange and supply chain financing, and customizable dashboards.