Governance and Risk - Page 243

From regulatory compliance to corporate governance structure, everyone is involved

The Sarbanes-Oxley Scapegoat

29 Aug, 2006

Small companies are losing revenue because Sarbanes-Oxley compliance costs too much. Wall Street is losing listings to foreign exchanges because Sarbanes-Oxley's requirements are too burdensome. ...More >

Sarbox for SMBs: What's the Holdup?

28 Aug, 2006

Small business advocates are making still more noise about companies drowning under the weight of Sarbox compliance costs.   As a result, in early August the Securities and Exchange Commission ...More >

If Open Source Support Is Your Business...

24 Aug, 2006

You probably need to check out the latest research from The 451 Group's open source practice. The study found the theory that customers want a "single throat to choke" when it comes to open source ...More >

London Lengthens Its Lead

23 Aug, 2006

The Independent ran a story on Monday about several Russian ventures that are in the preparatory stages of listing on the London Stock Exchange rather than running to Wall Street as they may have in ...More >

Windows Vista Could Prove Open Source More Secure

22 Aug, 2006

Last week Redmond released security patches for Windows Vista Beta, and the media was all over it, pointing to the fact that it was the first time Microsoft had patched a beta release.   Most ...More >

What the NYSE Says About Sarbox

18 Aug, 2006

Survey results released this week by NYSE Group, Inc. found that only 6 percent of respondents -- CEOs from more than 200 companies -- think that Sarbanes-Oxley benefits investors, but that 57 ...More >

Linux Breaks New Ground in the Enterprise

17 Aug, 2006

With the release of SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, Novell thinks desktop Linux is finally mature enough for the masses. At recent LinuxWorld events, the company announced it is hoping to have ...More >

Amending Sarbox Won't Cut It?

16 Aug, 2006

Considering all the talk lately about amending Sarbanes-Oxley or extending deadlines or relaxing the section 404 requirements, we can't say we were all that surprised to find commentary from The Cato ...More >

Open Source Takes over the World...

15 Aug, 2006

The latest from IDC is that the trend toward open source software is pervasive, invading nearly 75 percent of organizations and in production in more than half of them.   The analyst firm ...More >

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