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  • Accessories After the Fact

    Tougher laws against online pirates are needed, but a proposal in Congress could hit law-abiding businesses. November 28, 2011

  • The Data Management Imperative

    As organizations collect ever greater volumes of data, who's going to be responsible for its accuracy and accessibility? Well, who consumes the most data? In most cases, the answer will (and should be) the CFO. November 22, 2011

  • What Can You Do When IT Threatens to Run Amok?

    A huge IT project is rolling down the rails, hell-bent for disaster. What can you do to apply the brakes or switch to a safer track? An open leadership question for CFOs. November 21, 2011

  • Is a Perpetual Software License Such a Bad Thing?

    Perpetual is a word that makes CFOs uncomfortable. In a changing world, who wants something that lasts forever? But there are business advantages to owning your software rather than renting it. November 18, 2011

  • Embedding a PDF in an Excel Worksheet

    The strangest thing happens after embedding a PDF in Excel. But don't worry, there is an easy way to make sure recipients of your worksheet get both the PDF and spreadsheet. November 16, 2011

  • Why Your Board of Directors Can't Sleep on IT

    CFOs and CIOs often don't know the costs and the drivers of IT expenditures or the progress and ROI of IT projects. And that's when bad things can happen to good companies. November 14, 2011

  • A Modest Proposal

    IT has become central to your business, no matter what it is. Apps are exploding, devices are proliferating, and now there's the cloud. So why don't you have a CIO on your board? Here are five good reasons why you should. November 9, 2011

  • The Data Sovereignty Minefield

    CFOs whose businesses use cloud systems across their overseas subsidiaries need to be aware of the legal and regulatory frameworks of each of the countries in which their subsidiaries operate. Ignorance is risk, not bliss. November 8, 2011

  • Seven Principles of Cloud Security

    A business application cloud service is only secure if it meets your requirements in seven key areas. November 4, 2011

  • A Reason to Revisit Your Cybersecurity Risk

    New guidance from the SEC nudges public companies to consider how forthcoming they should get about the costs and overall effects of potential and actual IT breaches. November 3, 2011

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