Gittlen, Sandra
December 2007
Network World;12/24/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 50, p31
Trade Publication
The article discusses the three most significant Information Technology (IT) projects in the U.S. The three most important projects that enable better data protection are privacy, enterprise rights management and data center automation. The privacy project protects organizations from regulatory fallout and data leakage. On the other hand, enterprise rights management (ERM), provides intellectual assets security. According to Bill Leo, CIO at management consultancy Oliver Wyman Delta Organization & Leadership in New York, ERM will ensure the intellectual capital doesn't fall into the wrong hands to be used in a competitive way. Meanwhile, data center automation provides automated tools to secure data from leakage and hacking.


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