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Stories by Daintry Duffy

Winning the Gadget Wars

CIOs and CISOs will need smart policies, good awareness programs and judicious enforcement to manage risks presented by the latest techno-trends.

Written by Daintry Duffy19 Oct. 05 09:22

Hidden Strengths

Does security have to be as ugly as a concrete barrier? Or can it be both effective and attractive? Planners in the US capital are putting well-designed physical security to the test.

Written by Daintry Duffy09 Dec. 03 12:08

The FUD Factor

Conjuring up the frightening spectre of stolen customer information, a media maelstrom and a plummeting stock price may create a dramatic impact, but when CSOs and CIOs call a crisis every time they need funding, they'll find that management catches on quickly.

Written by Daintry Duffy07 May 03 09:45

Let's Talk

Successful communications with top managers can help you build effective executive partnerships

Written by Daintry Duffy09 Oct. 02 10:00

Eireheads

The technology-driven Irish economic miracle now shifts its focus to native brainpower.

Written by Daintry Duffy07 Feb. 01 14:04

Trust No One

What do you get when you hire a hacker to solve your security woes? If you're not careful, you can get more than you bargained for. Here's how to do it right

Written by Daintry Duffy07 July 00 13:44

Our Wired Town

One day in the online, integrated, technology-enabled, leveraged life of Buffalo Cove

Written by Daintry Duffy26 April 00 12:06

You Know What They Did Last Night

Your company knows all there is to know about your customers' preferences and patterns, but do your customers want you to be looking over their shoulders?

Written by Daintry Duffy10 April 00 10:25

A Capital Idea

It's not easy to track the value of human capital. But the very act of trying can yield measurable benefits

Written by Daintry Duffy06 March 00 10:31

Making Lemonade

How the lessons learned from the Y2K lemon have prepared CIOs for a sweeter future

Written by Daintry Duffy28 Jan. 00 13:19

A Capital Idea

It's not easy to track the value of human capital. But the very act of trying can yield measurable benefits

Written by Daintry Duffy15 Nov. 99 11:15

It Takes An E-Village

As companies seek closeness with customers and business partners, online communities move from the Web fringe to strategy central.

Written by Daintry Duffy25 Oct. 99 09:50

Drive Customer Loyalty

DaimlerChrysler wants to understand what makes Jeep owners tick - on-road and off.

Written by Daintry Duffy24 Aug. 99 10:54

When the Boss Says "Simplify"

These days, CEOs don't expect too much from technology investments: just compelling business benefits at bargain-basement prices

Written by Daintry Duffy09 Aug. 99 15:22
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