Sarbanes-Oxley

Sarbanes-Oxley is one of the most controversial compliance issues to face U.S. companies in decades, and debate rages on about the economic impact of the legislation designed to combat scandals like those at Enron and WorldCom. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 forces public companies to create extensive and highly visible audit trails. Sarbox has resulted in billions in spending on initiatives ranging from e-mail archiving to enterprise content management. Critics also blame Sarbox for driving investment away from U.S. markets.


Articles

Undervaluing the Need for Risk Management Is Risky

As recently as last week, Yale University behavioral economics professor Robert Shiller told reporters the current mess in the financial markets results in part from a failure to manage risk. Last More >

If Sarbanes-Oxley Was No More, Not Much Would Change

Since the Sarbanes-Oxley Act became law in 2002, there have been countless calls for the law to be toned down or repealed. For awhile after the November elections, they even seemed to get louder. More >

New FAR Will Make Compliance Central to Government Contracts

Though they may not grow to love it as much as the Federal Acquisition Service's assistant commissioner for acquisition management has, anyone contracting with the federal government or contemplating More >

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Interviews

The Best First Steps for Information Governance

Sunil Soares, director of Information Governance at IBM, continues his conversation with IT Business Edge's Loraine Lawson by explaining how companies can get started with information governance and More >

Information Governance (Finally!) Moving into Business

Sunil Soares, director of information governance at IBM, is author of the book "Selling Information Governance to the Business: Best Practices by Industry and Job Function." Soares recently spoke More >

The Time Has Come for Compliance Management

Carl Weinschenk spoke to Dan Dearing, group director of Mobile Strategies for BoxTone, about compliance automation and why it's a necessary step.   According to Dearing, the proliferation of More >

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Resource centers

Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making

SOA

SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

Editor's Choice

2015 Wearable Tech Trends: Swank Meets Science

Security Staffing

Tech companies and fashion designers both seem to agree that the wearables of tomorrow will likely be fashion that incorporates technology instead of the other way around.

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Salesforce.com Unifies File Access Across the Cloud

For Your Holiday Reading List: ‘Geeks, Mush Heads and the IT Revolution’

Apigee Bolsters API Analytics

Mobile Apps Potentially Help Save Lives

 

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