September 2003 Online ExtrasBy Baselinemag | Posted 2003-08-26 Email Print
Modernizing Authentication — What It Takes to Transform Secure Access
An assortment of articles, presentations and content exclusive to Baseline online.
1.4 million U.S. jobs will be moved offshore by 2015. Find out where, why and how (much).
The Coming Commoditization of Compensation (Topline Online Exclusive)
roundup of reports on the subject.
Hope & Prayer: The State of Seaport InsecurityPort Security: Required Reading (Online Exclusive)
Here are links to key reports, white papers and other research on homeland security and how marine terminals play a key role.
About $3 of a container gets spent on security. Feel safe?
The Cost of Containment (p.54)
American Dynamics("LAN, Camera, Action"), Johnson Controls("Controlling the building"), and Science Applications International Corp.("Looking For Lapses").
To Protect and ServeMany companies are keeping a lid on security spending, but that doesn't mean they're standing pat. Instead they're trying to spend available money more wisely—tackling projects such as making video and access-control systems work with corporate networks and building-control systems.
Be sure to check out our Dossiers on three Perimeter Security specialists:
Managing A Budget: Starting From Zero (p.97)
As you prepare next year's budget, should you start from scratch and use zero-based budgeting? This downloadable
64-Bit Processing (p.98)Quiz: Which Processor Do I Need?
Processors with 64-bit platforms aren't new, but a new generation is getting a lot of attention. This quiz will reveal your application's level of need.
CyberSecurity for the Masses (p.99)Quiz: Assessing Your Company's Security Aptitude
How smart are employees at your company when it comes to safeguarding corporate information systems? Download this
Primer: 64-bit Processing - Background Reading
Even if 64-bit is definitely on your company's horizon, you may still need more research before you can decide where--and when--to invest.
Read an introduction to 64-bit computing from Ars Technica and join in a discussion about the merits of AMD's Opteron vs. Intel's Itanium.ExtremeTech.