- Big Fish, Little Pond
Computerworld contributor Beth Stackpole reports on the challenges of running a big-time IT operation in a small organization. First published electronically December 1, 2011, this also appeared in the March 26, 2012 print edition.
- InfraStruxure Solution Offers Prescription for Peace of Mind
APC’s Currents Magazine looks at the importance of power conditioning and UPS systems supporting mission-critical infrastructures in this article published February 14, 2011.
- IT Health Check
The Confident SMB, Symantec’s bi-monthly magazine serving the Small and Medium Business market, explores the challenges of securing sensitive patient information in “IT Health Check”, published in the Jan/Feb 2011 edition.
- IT’s A-listers: Recharged and ready for business growth and speed
Each year, Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders awards program honors the best and brightest IT executives. This year’s class of 100 men and women are especially unique, in that many have made their marks by successfully executing on bold, high-risk decisions that are yielding big business benefits.
- How midsized organizations are adopting, adapting ITIL best practices
While ITIL best practices can promote a healthy IT environment, there are diminishing returns for small IT shops. Site Editor Kristen Caretta explores the ups and downs of ITIL implementation for this June 30, 2010 piece for Midmarket CIO News.
- Defenders of the Realm
Written for Technology Executive Magazine, “Defenders of the Realm” explores the thought process involved in choosing to encrypt data on client hardware. Published in April, 2010.
- Hospital security risks worry execs
Eric Wicklund, Managing Editor of Healthcare IT News looks at the threats to data security and some of the countermeasures Healthcare providers are taking in this feature published February 19, 2009.
- Data at rest = data at risk
A narrative describing the efforts to produce a secure environment that will support a mobile workforce, without sacrificing usability. This featured article first appeared in Behavioral Healthcare Magazine in January, 2009.