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RECMGMT-L September 2002

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RAIN 0902 Weekly Update: Technology (20)

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Computerworld 8/26/02
Congressman Says Data Mining Could Have Prevented 9-11
Claims agency he proposed would have gathered warnings about terrorist plans
By DAN VERTON
Legislation that Congress failed to adopt two years ago would have created an 
interagency data-mining capability that could have detected and helped 
prevent last September's terrorist attacks, a senior Republican congressman 
asserted last week.
Speaking near his home district at the Information Sharing & Homeland 
Security conference here, Rep. Curt Weldon (R-Pa.) lambasted the federal 
government, including Congress, for failing to act on critical data-mining 
and intelligence integration proposals that he and others authored years 
before the terrorist attacks.
"There are 33 classified agency systems in the federal government, but none 
of them link their raw data together," said Weldon, chairman of the House 
Subcommittee on Military Research and Development. "We could have and should 
have had a better data-fusion capability on and before 9-11."
http://www.computerworld.com/databasetopics/data/story/0,10801,73773,00.html


Information Week 8/26/02
E-Discovery Eases The Paper Chase
Lawyers use new tools to find relevant info in Email and databases.
By Mary Hayes with Paul Travis
Electronic documents such as E-mail are playing starring roles in legal 
investigations and lawsuits, but extracting relevant information from them 
can be time consuming
and expensive. That's changing in some law offices, though, as more mature 
electronic-discovery technologies are providing attorneys with a faster, 
cheaper way to cull
from electronic documents when building their lawsuits.
Vendors are working to make their electronic-discovery technologies more 
sophisticated in terms of what they can do, yet easier to use. 
http://www.informationweek.com/story/IWK20020823S0032


eWeek 8/26/02
August 26, 2002
Bush to Call for Fed NOC
By Caron Carlson and Dennis Fisher
The Bush administration has plans to create a centralized facility for 
collecting and
examining security-related e-mail and data traffic and will push private 
network
operators to expand their data-gathering initiatives, according to an 
unreleased
draft of the plan.
http://www.eweek.com/article2/0%2C3959%2C482311%2C00.asp



Information Week 8/26/02
Focus On The Process 
In today's tight economy, IT managers and vendors have to deliver better 
business processes, not just better technology
By Eric Chabrow And David M. Ewalt
Hang around with a group of business-technology executives for very long and 
someone's guaranteed to say something remarkably close to this: "The 
technology's the easy part. Changing people and processes, that's what's 
hard."
The importance of changing business processes to get full value out of IT 
investments is a concept that's been floating around for years, but it's 
taken on a new and broader urgency in the current economy. The huge 
investment in Internet technology in recent years, the demand for more 
real-time information, the tighter collaboration among business partners, and 
the grinding pressure to cut costs in a down economy all have IT buyers and 
sellers talking the same language about business processes. 
http://www.informationweek.com/story/IWK20020823S0007


Computer World 8/26/02
Buh-Bye to Geekspeak
By MARYFRAN JOHNSON
Being something of a geek groupie, I've always taken a fairly benevolent view 
of IT geekspeak. I hear a lot of it at home and see a certain amount of it in 
the pages of Computerworld. I understand enough of it to be a bit dangerous - 
or just silly - such as when I make suggestions to our IT department like, 
"Have you tried rebooting the server?" 
But it's also true that this exclusionary practice of speaking in acronyms, 
technical terms and industry slang keeps IT at cross-purposes with the 
business geeks. Or, for that matter, anybody else who feels left out of the 
conversation once the jargon starts 
flying.
http://www.computerworld.com/managementtopics/management/story/0,10801,73710,0

0.html



Computer World 8/26/02
Failure to Communicate
By KATHLEEN MELYMUKA
Years ago, a CIO was presenting his case for a significant mainframe upgrade 
to the board of his large corporation. He covered all the geek buzzwords: CPU 
utilization, current and planned MIPS, DASD requirement, channel 
configurations. He finally noticed that all around the table, people were 
nodding off. Sensing that he was in trouble, he leaned forward and fixed his 
eyes on the CEO, determined to connect. "Let me make it simple for you," he 
said. "I'm talking thermal conduction modules: TCMs."
The terms may have changed, but the problem remains. Many IT people still 
talk technical, and until they abandon geekspeak, business will never 
understand the value of IT.
http://www.computerworld.com/managementtopics/management/story/0,10801,73705,0

0.html



Information Week 8/26/02
Wireless Keeps Co-Workers In The Loop
RIM manages and encourages employees' use of BlackBerry devices.
http://www.informationweek.com/story/IWK20020822S0009


Computer World 8/26/02
NAS Keeps It Simple
By LUCAS MEARIAN
Two years ago, with its oil exploration and production data doubling every 18 
months, TotalFinaElf E&P USA Inc. considered building a storage-area network 
(SAN). It had more than 18TB of shared data directly attached to more than 50 
servers at its Houston headquarters, and it wanted to make it centrally 
accessible and easy to manage.
But executives decided that a SAN would be too inflexible for the company's 
needs and instead chose a considerably less expensive network-attached 
storage (NAS) system, the latest upgrade of which was completed last month.
http://www.computerworld.com/hardwaretopics/storage/story/0,10801,73708,00.htm
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InfoWorld 8/26/02
Ahead of the Curve
Steve Gillmor
Notes is dead
NOTES IS DEAD. Kaput, pushing up daisies, canceled, an ex-application 
apologies to Monty Python and Hollywood intellectual property gatekeeper Jack 
Valenti for appropriating material from the classic "Dead Parrot" sketch).
According to police reports, Notes was killed by inventor Ray Ozzie, 45. 
Ozzie entered the Notes space on the Ides of August -- Aug. 15, 2002 -- armed 
with Version 2.1 of the Groove collaboration platform and its new 
peer-to-peer email functionality. Notes, already weakened by years of assault 
by Microsoft and its Exchange/Outlook team, was finished off in recent days 
by Ozzie's commandeering of another growing collaboration model: Weblogs.
http://www.infoworld.com/articles/op/xml/02/08/26/020826opcurve.xml


Sun-Sentinel 8/26/02
Portable storage device is a wee way to store business data
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/local/sfl-ybbiztech26aug26.story?coll=sfl

a%2Dbusiness%2Dheadlines


InfoWorld 8/26/02
Sneaky service packs
WINDOWS USERS are steaming over the terms in Microsoft's new Service Pack 3 
for
Windows 2000, which was released on Aug. 1, and Service Pack 1 for XP, which 
is in
beta but will probably ship next month.
The licenses of these updates say, "You acknowledge and agree that Microsoft 
may
automatically check the version of the OS Product and/or its components that 
you are
utilizing and may provide upgrades or fixes to the OS Product that will be  
automatically downloaded to your computer."

http://www.infoworld.com/articles/op/xml/02/08/26/020826opwinman.xml





The Boston Globe 8/26/02

Salvation and destruction

Paper storing and shredding businesses have both gone digital

http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/238/business/Salvation_and_destruction+.shtm
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Computer World 8/26/02

Thanks, Warchalkers

By FRANK HAYES

Warchalking? I'm for it. I think it almost qualifies as a public service. No, 
I don't trust the hackers who ride around with antennas made from coffee or 
snackfood cans, mapping out wireless access points to corporate networks. 
They're looking for ways to connect to our networks without authorization, so 
by definition they're not to be trusted.

But when those hackers mark the locations of wireless networks with chalk on 
the outside of buildings, that makes our work easier. 

It removes any possible argument against better wireless network security.

http://www.computerworld.com/securitytopics/security/story/0,10801,73784,00.ht

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Info World 8/26/02

Web service EULAs

THERE APPEARS TO BE a very real danger that the Web services world is 
evolving into one in which products and services will not be subject to 
public criticism. And the funny thing is Microsoft seems to be both an 
instigator and a victim of this threat to free speech.

For some months readers have been spotting the same provision in various 
Windows EULAs (end-user license agreements), most recently in the license 
that pops up when one downloads Service Pack 3 for Windows 2000. "You may not 
disclose the results of any benchmark test of the .Net Framework component of 
the OS Components to any third party without Microsoft's prior written 
approval," the Microsoft EULAs say.

http://www.infoworld.com/articles/op/xml/02/08/26/020826opgripe.xml







Queen's News Centre 8/27/02

Real time health records reduce clinical errors

Findings reported in August/September Canadian Journal of Anesthesiology

(Kingston, ON) -- Researchers at Queen’s University and Kingston General 
Hospital (KGH) have developed a new, seamless system of electronically 
recording and tracking a

patient’s health record – before, during and after a hospital stay – that 
will reduce the chance of clinical errors, and make better use of limited 
hospital staff.

This is the first time in North America that all components of the wireless, 
mobile technology have been brought together into one, integrated system.

http://qnc.queensu.ca/story_loader.php?id=3d6baf0f865db





The Atlantic Monthly 9/2002

A Web-only Primer on Public-key Encryption

Public-key encryption, as noted in the profile of cryptographer Bruce 
Schneier, is complicated in detail but simple in outline. The article below 
is an outline of the principles of the most common variant of public-key 
cryptography, which is known as RSA, after the initials of its three 
inventors; a mathematically detailed explanation of RSA by the programmer 
Brian Raiter, understandable to anyone willing to spend a

little time with paper and pencil, is available here.

http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/2002/09/mann_g.htm





The Atlantic Monthly 8/21/02

Technology and Security

Following the devastation last September 11, the FBI was widely criticized 
for having failed to detect the planning and preparation of the terrorist 
attacks. Many argued that the agency's lack of high-tech equipment and 
computer savvy may have been its crucial flaw. But as the nation now moves to 
upgrade its various surveillance and detection systems, one author writes in 
the September Atlantic that we should be wary of placing too much faith in 
the capacity of technology to protect us. 

In "Homeland Insecurity," Charles Mann argues that most technological 
screening devices, such as iris and fingerprint scanners, can be tricked into 
uselessness, and that much simpler and more effective security measures are 
being given short shrift by the U.S. government. Such measures as reinforcing 
cockpit doors and teaching passengers how to fight back against hijackers, he 
suggests, could do far more good than most of the complicated new security 
technologies now under consideration.

http://www.theatlantic.com/unbound/flashbks/techsecure.htm







New York Times 8/29/02

The Even-More-Compact Disc

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/29/technology/circuits/29RECO.html





New York Times 8/29/02

A Universal Tool to Rescue Old Files From Obsolescence

By ANNE EISENBERG

DIGITAL documents can quickly become unreadable, as anyone who has tried to 
open an old WordStar file or postponed transferring data from a 5 1/4-inch 
floppy knows.

Disks decay, or the required software changes, or the necessary hardware and 
operating systems no longer exist.

During the last decade, a growing number of librarians, archivists and 
researchers have turned to the challenge of long-term preservation of digital 
documents, debating ways to conserve the information embedded in them so that 
it can be understood in the future just as it is understood today.

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/29/technology/circuits/29NEXT.html





New York Times 8/29/02

Freeing Web Browsers From Spyware's Grip

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/29/technology/circuits/29ASKK.html









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