Posts Tagged ‘ Policies ’

Audits- the necessary evil?

October 7, 2008
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Most IT executives recognize the importance of a proper audit, yet audits can be a painful process for both the auditor and the IT organization. Audits give companies opportunities to improve, based on analysis and advice. How big (and complex) should an audit be depends on the risk priorities and thresholds, business objective, differences...

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Identity and access management policies

October 7, 2008
By admin

In many cases, adding personnel accounts and application is tedious, and involves inputting information about a new hire by hand, which could take days in some instances. Even then, some users may not have access to the applications they need, and often will have to log in using a colleague’s name and password while...

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Password Management with CionSystems’ Active Directory Manager

October 7, 2008
By admin

For IT organizations, resetting passwords is routine work- everytime someone has an expired, forgotten or compromised password. The necessary evil, because it’s a tedious, time-consuming process that cuts into worker productivity and costs companies millions of dollars per year. In the enterprise environment, password resets are the second most common reason workers call help...

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