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U.S. Crypto Laws Relaxed, but Not Enough to Enable Commerce
The revisions the Department of Commerce has announced for U.S. export controls on encryption products will not be enough for U.S. crypto products to gain

who makes federal laws  restrict and track individuals who exploit technology advancements. If approached from a different perspective, U.S. federal agencies could harness the talent and advancements they are hindering, by using appropriate tax dollars to enlist the assistance of expert cryptographers towards a common goal of safety, security, and economic prosperity. It is only after domestic law enforcement agencies learn to work with expert cryptographers, instead of against them, that we will be better able to thwart Read More

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To Tax and Tax Not
Taxation of Internet commerce will be a football that gets tossed around in the United States long after Superbowl 2000 is just a memory. In Singapore, however,

who makes federal laws  in which clicks-and-mortar retailers, who are subject to some taxation, did about as well as pure-play Internet retailers. A proposal for a national sales tax on Internet purchases has been submitted by Senator Ernest Fritz Hollings (D-SC) as the Sales Tax Safety Net and Teacher Funding Act. His bill would require the Federal Government to collect sales taxes on transactions that are currently exempt. Monies collected under this bill would be distributed to states for use in funding education. Read More
Employee Web Use and Misuse: Companies, Their Employees, and the Internet
The Internet creates new opportunities for mischief—and new challenges for managers. How do you balance individual access with the overall good of the business?

who makes federal laws  Ninety-six percent of employers who block web access are concerned about employees visting adult sites with sexual content. Companies also use URL blocks to stop users from visiting game sites (61%), social networking sites (50%), entertainment sites (27%) ; sports sites (21%) and external blogs (18%) according to the 2007 Electronic Monitoring & Surveillance Survey from American Management Association and The ePolicy Institute. However, completely blocking internet access may not be the right approach Read More
Managing Transaction Tax Audit Risk: How to Protect Precious Cash Flow by Proactively Addressing Audits
Even in the best economic times, businesses must be vigilant against unnecessary costs and risks. But not just businesses need to be vigilant@states and other

who makes federal laws  and determine those taxpayers who are at potential risk for underreporting and/or underpaying sales, use, corporate, and/or withholding taxes.”2 If you know what they are looking for, you can take steps to avoid being audited. But just what are the triggers? According to current and former auditors, here are the top ten issues that, when uncovered, will prompt an audit: Nexus but no registration. Nexus is a confluence of factors that make a business liable for sales and use tax payment and reporting. Read More
The AS/400 Takes You Securely Where You Want to Go
This article on the built-in security features of the AS/400 system originally appeared in the Midrange Computing’s Showcase Magazine, June 2000.

who makes federal laws  user profile. A user who creates an object is its owner by default. Authorization of objects is done through membership to a group. If a particular user is a member of a group, it is possible to specify in the profile that all objects created by the particular user also belong to that group. The owner of an object can grant other users private authority to an object, similar to how a UNIX owner can grant execute privileges, but not read or write privileges, to another user. Each object can be Read More
Realize the Benefits of Design, Operate, Maintain Thinking Today
The key to plant efficiency and profitability is open communication between those who design industrial facilities and those who operate and maintain them

who makes federal laws  open communication between those who design industrial facilities and those who operate and maintain them. Communication between these entities has long been lacking, however. Companies that use design, operate, and maintain (DOM) concepts can facilitate and standardize their proactive approaches to this open communication—whether collaboration takes place internally, or with outside designers. Learn more now. Read More
Leveraging IT and Electronic Discovery Technology to Meet the Expected Challenges Posed by Recent Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
When it comes to electronic discovery, the process of producing digital information as part of a legal matter, ignorance is no longer bliss. An overarching

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Federal Contract Management and Vendors' Readiness Part Three: Meeting Federal Requirements
Companies that are not already offering the capabilities of meeting the exacting, stringent requirements of federal agencies will likely not be able to tap the

who makes federal laws  Microsoft -centric technologies and who might not be too excited about a seemingly more complex J2EE environment. At the same time, the need to technologically modernize the product and concurrently provide smooth migrations to existing customers, while investing lots of research and development (R&D) funds in functional enhancements as to be ahead (or at least abreast) of the pack will be a significant challenge for a smaller vendor. Further, the broader enterprise asset management (EAM) and Read More
Who Else is Using Your Wireless Network?
Information technology (IT) security industry experts continue to warn us that wireless networks have significant vulnerabilities. Taking precautions is a smart

who makes federal laws  to do. Most people who use computers at home, whether the computer is their own personal system, or a laptop owned by their company, don't go through the trouble to enable wireless security protocols. Many people using wireless networks don't even have a personal firewall installed on it. Using wireless networks without configuring security controls is risky and means your systems and data are susceptible to compromise by unauthorized users. Record Network Friends and Foes Relevant Technologies took Read More
What Makes a Good White Paper Good… (Part 4)
Here's the final point in a series of four aimed at identifying a

who makes federal laws  Makes a Good White Paper Good… (Part 4) Here's the final point in a series of four aimed at identifying a good IT white paper (and providing helpful hints, should you need to write one). The previous points addressed the importance of the white paper's introduction, of writing to a specific audience, and of proposing a viable solution. The final point, appropriately enough, considers key features of an effective conclusion. 4. All’s Well that Ends Well… The first paragraph of the white paper Read More
Ten Reasons Why Application Hosting Makes Sense for Your Organization
This document explains Ultimate Software’s Intersourcing application and how it will benefit the company using it. Intersourcing is a hosting solution; this

who makes federal laws  Reasons Why Application Hosting Makes Sense for Your Organization This document explains Ultimate Software’s Intersourcing application and how it will benefit the company using it. Intersourcing is a hosting solution; this means the application is managed, supported and upgraded by an application service provider (ASP). Learn why application hosting makes sense for your organization. Read More
Business Intelligence Standardization
Business intelligence (BI) is often an area of friction between information technology (IT) (who provide information) and the business users (who need it to do

who makes federal laws  inconsistencies Frustrated end users who cannot get timely answers to their business questions Reducing the number of BI standards in your organization can result in significant cost savings, greater control over information, and better alignment with your business users. This all leads to increased competitive advantage by fully exploiting the benefits of enterprise BI. Starting an active program to standardize on BI tools in your company is critical, if you are to achieve strategic deployment and assoc Read More
Data Breach Notification Laws: The Need for Spyware Detection Capability
Security measures that repel spyware attacks are critical to any comprehensive security plan, thanks to laws requiring companies to notify their customers if

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Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up-Not Down, Not Left, Not Right
Project failure is not a nice topic. None of us wants to be involved in a failure. But when a failure occurs, we feel compelled to assign blame. But who really

who makes federal laws  to assign blame. But who to blame and how to avoid the same problems in the future? For most enterprises, even admitting they have a failure is difficult. But what is a failure? Failure is not that easy to define. Is it when we fail to meet the original project business objectives? Is it when the project is late or over budget? Is it when the software works but does not produce the benefits sought? The answer to all these questions is, maybe. Failure can be many things, and the definition is what the peop Read More
Why Business Intelligence Makes Sense for Midsize Companies
Business intelligence—or decision support—allows you to better understand, analyze, and predict what’s occurring within your company. BI turns data from

who makes federal laws  distributes it to people who need it. Midsize organizations have limited resources, so a BI solution should deliver low cost of ownership through off-the-shelf integration. Read More
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