Articles By Yogi Schulz

Bringing technology home

Telecommuting is not passé; it's not boring; it's not yesterday's news. Telecommuting is delivering increasing benefits for employees, employers and our society. Various problems and solutions are converging in ways that suggest the

Published on: January 31st, 2007 Yogi Schulz

Security too expensive to keep as in-house function

Outsourcing security is a touchy subject for CIOs. Surveys indicate that over 50 per cent of CIOs say they will never outsource security. The most frequent reason given is that it's too risky

Published on: December 14th, 2006 Yogi Schulz

Outsourcing security doesn’t always add to risk and can reduce costs

Surveys indicate more than 50 per cent of CIOs say they will “never” outsource security. The most frequent reason given is that it's too risky to trust a third party with information security.

Published on: December 13th, 2006 Yogi Schulz

Outsourcing security doesn’t have to be an oxymoron

Outsourcing security is a touchy subject for CIOs. Surveys indicate that more than 50 per cent of CIOs say they will never do it.The most frequent reason given is that it's too risky

Published on: October 6th, 2006 Yogi Schulz

Outsourcing security doesn’t always add to risk and can reduce costs

The most frequent reason given is that it's too risky to trust a third party with information security. Unscrupulous behavior on the part of outsourcer employees could have devastating consequences. In this view,

Published on: October 5th, 2006 Yogi Schulz

The Incredible Shrinking CIO

The CIO position is morphing and perhaps shrinking yet again. Outsourcing and the ASP delivery model are changing what a CIO manages. Other groups are poaching parts of the domain of the CIO.

Published on: September 29th, 2006 Yogi Schulz

Modern Methods

Today, the role of the CIO is as demanding as ever. Most CIOs are leading their organization to achieve benefits from the use of information technology. The rest are engaged in determined and

Published on: September 8th, 2004 Yogi Schulz

No barriers to e-business adoption

The Canadian e-Business Initiative (CeBI) recently identified the lack of ""e-talent"" and the lack of tailored e-business solutions as barriers to e-business adoption by small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) nationwide. I'm skeptical about

Published on: December 1st, 2003 Yogi Schulz