Articles By Sandra Gittlen

Mid-sized firms ditching spreadsheets in favour of better tools

Until a few years ago, Thule Group's North American division would have been considered a "classic spreadsheet-driven" company, according to Vice President of Finance Mark Cohen."We had one person in accounting who kept

Published on: January 20th, 2011 Sandra Gittlen

Former tech titans seek new careers in politics

This political primary season, some high-profile former titans of high tech are vying to join the ranks of senators, governors, state attorneys general and other elected officials. If they succeed, observers expect the

Published on: June 8th, 2010 Sandra Gittlen

The pen tester who hacked into the FBI crime database

It takes a lot to shock Chris Goggans; he's been a pen (penetration) tester since 1991, getting paid to break into a wide variety of networks. But he says nothing was as egregious

Published on: May 29th, 2008 Sandra Gittlen

How to get the ultimate videoconference centre together

With the rise in adoption and availability of enterprise videoconferencing systems comes a warning from IT pioneers: Thinking this technology is simply plug-and-play will lead to disaster."If you're going to spend all that

Published on: April 15th, 2008 Sandra Gittlen

Web 2.0 can boost your company’s fame and finances

Not wild about wikis? Not big on blogs? Not sold on Second Life? IT execs who ignore Web 2.0 collaboration technologies could be hurting their company's bottom line. That's the message from enterprise

Published on: March 3rd, 2008 Sandra Gittlen