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Not Just Words: Enforce Your E-mail and Web Acceptable Usage Policies
Unmanaged employee use of e-mail and the Web can subject your organization to costly risks including litigation, regulatory investigations, and public

litigation securities  & Web Rule 1: Litigation and Regulations, Productivity and Security Create the Need for Strategic Email and Web Management Employee use of the company computer system can open any organization to potentially costly and protracted risks including litigation, regulatory investigations, security breaches, malicious intruder attacks, lost productivity, business interruptions, and public embarrassment should a workplace lawsuit be filed or the media get wind of a particularly salacious electronic disaster Read More...
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i2 Bleeds In Shark-Infested Waters
What a difference a year makes. Two months after the Nike debacle, more than a dozen class action lawsuits for securities fraud are now pending in federal and

litigation securities  Finally, the specter of litigation hanging over i2 and other enterprise software companies should not discourage users who have IT dollars to spend. Securities fraud lawsuits are usually settled out of court for significantly less money than plaintiffs originally demand. Users concerned that litigation costs may be passed on to them in the form of license and service fees can depend on market competition to keep prices in check. Read More...
Business Objects Objects Again
In a repeat of the Brio lawsuit of 1999, Business Objects has now sued Cognos over a U.S. patent that Business Objects holds for a query technology. Cognos

litigation securities  some technology companies use litigation in an attempt to achieve in the courtroom what they may find difficult in the marketplace, said Cognos chief executive Ron Zambonini in a statement. This lawsuit is without merit and seeks to deflect attention from the fact that Business Objects has been unable to dislodge Cognos from its leadership. The patent refers to the process in which data is retrieved from a database in answer to a query or question, said Cognos vice-president and general counsel John Read More...
Information Security Firewalls Market Report Part Two: Current Market Trends and User Recommendations
Numerous firewall solutions exist in the market. However, decision makers can wade through the thousands of product criteria to find the right solution by

litigation securities  any past or pending litigation against them. The Stanford Securities Class Action Clearing House can be found at this URL: http://securities.stanford.edu/fmi/xsl/SCACPUDB/findrecords.xsl?-view In researching the vendors profiled in this article, Relevant Technologies found Symantec to be the easiest company to work with, and the most forthcoming with information regarding questions about its products. Symantec provided more information than we asked for, and represented itself accurately with no Read More...
Managing Risk through Financial Processes: Embedding Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Initiatives to automate and streamline financial processes often focus more on reducing costs than adding value. Adding the kind of value you should have in

litigation securities  price drops, restatements, delistings, litigation and bankruptcies at a rate far higher than the norm. ! A decade of investments in emerging markets has exposed companies to more potential for corruption. In Ernst & Young?s 2008 global fraud survey, the Middle East, India, Africa and the Far East indicated substantially higher levels of corruption (although the highest level was reported in Japan). Just over one-half of the executives who responded to the survey did acknowledge that automating financial Read More...
E-discovery: Six Critical Steps for Managing E-mail, Lowering Costs, and Reducing Risk
Litigators and regulators are aware of the importance of e-mail, often making it the first target and most significant of discovery efforts. Typically

litigation securities  least 50 percent of litigation costs, and most discovery efforts and costs relate to e-mail and e-discovery. Learn why many current e-mail archiving policies don’t work, and what you should be doing to improve your company’s records management. Read More...
Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) Back in the News Again
Visiting the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC's) web site, I came across this 143-page PDF file, which deals with XBRL. As a gung-ho proponent of

litigation securities  Business Reporting Language (XBRL) Back in the News Again Visiting the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC's) web site, I came across this 143-page PDF file , which deals with XBRL. As a gung-ho proponent of automation, I'm calling attention to it here to show that the head of the SEC (Mr. Christopher Cox) and I are on the same wavelength when it comes to promoting cost saving automations. Here is some interesting stuff from the PDF, together with my comments. The Christopher Cox Read More...
ACCPAC -- Being Much More Than Meets The Eye Part Two: Announcements Continued
ACCPAC continues to expand its products footprint and operations worldwide.

litigation securities  -- Being Much More Than Meets The Eye Part Two: Announcements Continued Event Summary Seemingly unfazed by (although certainly aware of) a tough economic environment and/or by its heavyweight competitors' recent initiatives, ACCPAC International ( www.accpac.com ), an independent subsidiary of Computer Associates International, Inc. (NYSE: CA) that has been offering accounting and a broader range of other enterprise business solutions for small and mid-size businesses, continues to expand its product Read More...
The Growing Importance of E-discovery on Your Business
E-discovery is the extension of the discovery process to include identifying, preserving, collecting, reviewing, and analyzing electronically stored information

litigation securities  the total cost of litigation. Companies that fail to produce e-mail in a timely manner face paying fines and other risks. Learn how you can develop an e-discovery plan to better manage your electronic data discovery processes. Read More...
Off-duty Conduct-Balancing an Employer’s Needs With an Employee’s Right to Privacy
Workplace privacy issues are increasing dramatically, along with related employee complaints and litigation. As companies struggle to control health care costs,

litigation securities  related employee complaints and litigation. As companies struggle to control health care costs, increase productivity, and maintain company confidentiality, they become concerned with how employees spend their time away from work. Meanwhile, employees naturally have a strong desire to limit “invasion” of their personal lives. Just where do you draw the line? Read More...
Thou Shalt Comply (and More), or Else: Looking at Sarbanes-Oxley
Compliance with the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (and a slew of other regulations) is crucial for all businesses, as failure to comply with the law’s strict standards

litigation securities  Shalt Comply (and More), or Else: Looking at Sarbanes-Oxley Originally Published - February 21, 2007 Most enterprises have to compete globally and thus adhere to largely nonnegotiable legal and regulatory requirements in almost every region or vertical sector they are targeting. Thus, regulatory compliance and the management of a multiplicity of prospective risks have lately pervaded the minds of most executives and upper managers. Indeed, no single chief executive officer (CEO) would—with a sound Read More...
Mastering E-discovery: The IT Manager’s Guide to Preservation, Protection, and Production
Formally defining, effectively retaining, and successfully archiving e-mail and other electronic business records is one of the most important tasks facing many

litigation securities  (ESI) in anticipation of litigation and regulatory audits, with an e-discovery compliance program. Read More...
Baan Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid
On February 3, Baan Co. posted a fourth-quarter loss of $236 million, and on February 8, Baan sold its Coda financial applications unit to UK firm Science

litigation securities  Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid Baan Posts $236 Million Loss and Sells Off Coda for Nearly $40M Less Than It Paid P.J. Jakovljevic - February 25th, 2000 Event Summary On February 3, Baan Co. posted a fourth-quarter loss of $236 million, in line with the profit warning that the Dutch business software giant issued last month. The loss compares to a loss of $295 million in the same period of 1998. On a per-share basis, the company lost $1.06, compared to a Read More...
Case Study: PepsiCo Beverages Italia
PepsiCo Italia needed an information management system to manage and track assets it loans at no cost to clients, such as coolers and fountains. It also sought

litigation securities  Study: PepsiCo Beverages Italia Infor EAM (Enterprise Asset Management) enables manufacturers, distributors, and services organizations to save time and money by optimizing maintenance resources, improving equipment and staff productivity, Source : Infor Resources Related to Case Study: PepsiCo Beverages Italia : Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) (Wikipedia) PepsiCo (Wikipedia) Case Study: PepsiCo Beverages Italia Asset Management is also known as : Investment Management , Asset Management Account , Read More...
Food Producer Files $20m Lawsuit Against Oracle
California based Tri Valley Growers (TVG) filed a $20 million lawsuit against Oracle, for Oracle's failure to fulfill its contract to modernize TVG's production

litigation securities  certainly wanted to avoid litigation, but Oracle's refusal to be reasonable with our request after all of its promises and commitments left us no choice. The $800 million company hired Oracle in November 1996 to computerize and integrate its operations that span from raw product delivery to finished goods distribution. But according to the lawsuit, Oracle's consumer packaged goods (CPG) application never worked and could not even be installed on TVG's computers. When TVG installed Unix machines, the Read More...

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