The grandest accomplishments of engineering took place in the twentieth century. The widespread development and distribution of electricity and clean water, automobiles and airplanes, radio and television, spacecraft and lasers, antibiotics and medical imaging, computers and the Internet are just some of the highlights from a century in which engineering revolutionized and improved virtually every aspect of human life. In this book, the authors provide a glimpse of the new trends of technologies pertaining to control, management, computational intelligence and network systems....
The IT Governance Institute (ITGI) (www.itgi.org) was established in 1998
to advance international thinking and standards in directing and controlling
an enterprise’s information technology. Effective IT governance helps ensure
that IT supports business goals, optimizes business investment in IT, and
appropriately manages IT-related risks and opportunities. The IT Governance
Institute offers symposia, original research, and case studies to assist enterprise
leaders and boards of directors in their IT governance responsibilities....
In a 2004 survey of 200 IT professionals from 14
countries in the Americas, Asia/Pacific and Europe, the
IT Governance Institute (ITGI) found that in 80% of
organizations, IT management is solely responsible for
defining and addressing IT risk impact. This widespread
lack of involvement by business unit managers demon-
strates a consistent—and alarming—gap in mapping
technology risk to the business. Additionally, this gap als
shows that most organizations have inadequate IT risk
assessment processes across their enterprises.
This document provides design guidance for enterprises that want to provide Internet and limited
corporate access for their guests and partners. Several solutions for guest and partner access challenges
are proposed and analyzed in this document, at both the architectural and functional levels.
This book is designed to be a deﬁnitive work for your use in understanding the
concepts of protection, the terminology and pieces of the demilitarized zone (DMZ)
structure, and design of the DMZ for the enterprise.A DMZ is a method of providing
segregation of networks and services that need to be provided to users, visitors, or part-
ners through the use of ﬁrewalls and multiple layers of ﬁltering and control to protect
Enterprise Manager is Oracle’s single, integrated solution for administering and
monitoring targets that are based on the Oracle technology stack. See "Certified
Enterprise Manager Targets" for a list of Oracle targets and components that Enterprise
Manager can manage. This guide is written for Oracle and system administrators who want to install and
configure Oracle Enterprise Manager. You should already be familiar with Oracle and
the administrative tasks you want to perform.
You may regard cloud computing as an ideal way for your company to control IT costs, but do you know how private and secure this service really is? Not many people do. With Cloud Security and Privacy, you'll learn what's at stake when you trust your data to the cloud, and what you can do to keep your virtual infrastructure and web applications secure.
For several years, it has been a goal of mine to write a book on
. While there are many good architectural books in circulation,
they are either limited in scope or lack sufficient detail to be actionable.
Early in my career, I found it difficult to translate the principles of these
books into a logical flow of events that detail the purpose of the activities,
the consumers of the outputs, and finally the control mechanisms for the
enterprise. It is my intention to make these clear and easily referenced in
The Database Resource Manager enables the database administrator to have more
control over resource management than would typically be possible through operating
system resource management alone. Using this facility, the database administrator can:
Guarantee certain users or groups of users a minimum amount of processing
resources regardless of the load on the system and the number of users
Organization of This Book
This book is divided into nine chapter and includes a separate appendix with suggestions for further reading.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Factors to Consider in Choosing a Solution to a Problem
Chapter 3: Testing
Chapter 4: Adding Debugging Support
Chapter 5: Architecture
Chapter 6: Transactions
Chapter 7: Business Rules
Chapter 8: Data Access
Chapter 9: Error Handling and Concurrency Control
A common misconception in the Mac community is that Mac's operating system is more secure than others. While this might be true in certain cases, security on the Mac is still a crucial issue. When sharing is enabled or remote control applications are installed, Mac OS X faces a variety of security threats.
Enterprise Mac Security: Mac OS X Snow Leopard is a definitive, expert-driven update of the popular, slash-dotted first edition and was written in part as a companion to the SANS Institute course for Mac OS X.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control 11gR1: Business Service Management
A hands-on guide to modeling and managing business services using Oracle Enterprise Manager 11gR1
Ashwin Kumar Karkala Govinda Raj Sambamurthy professional pertise distilled
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It’s not about giving workers a smiley face for producing more widgets. You’ll discover how game mechanics—particularly popular multiplayer video games—provide field-tested best practices for engaging workers in creative and complex activities. With games, your company can shift from an outmoded top-down hierarchy to an agile network structure that promotes coordination over control.
Chapter 14 - Enterprise system risks and controls. A consideration of utmost importance for enterprise system designers, managers, and auditors is the consideration of risk and control. The objective of this chapter is to introduce some types of risk that occur in enterprises and discuss how these risks may be lessened by controls designed into enterprise information systems. This chapter uses the REA pattern as a framework for identifying types of risks and controls to mitigate those risks.
This chapter suggests design principles to plan a threat control and containment strategy using firewalls and intrusion prevention systems in Cisco IOS environments. This chapter provides a general evaluation of the current state of enterprise security in the presence of evolving threats. It presents the design considerations for a threat protection strategy as part of a risk management strategy with Cisco threat control and containment solutions.
This chapter explain how ACLs are used to secure a medium-size Enterprise branch office network, configure standard ACLs in a medium-size Enterprise branch office network, configure standard ACLs in a medium-size Enterprise branch office network,... Inviting you to refer.
RH253 - Red Hat Enterprise Linux Network Services and Security Administration below to capture the contents: Network Services and Security Administration, System Performance and Security, System Service Access Controls, Network Resource Access Controls, Organizing Networked Systems,...
On the basis of clarifying the general theoretical issues about market risk, methods of identifying, measuring and controlling market risk, the system of market risk management softwares at commercial banks; analyzing and evaluating the status quo of the market risk management in Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade; the thesis proposed solutions to improving market risk management ability at Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade in accordance with international practices.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Enterprise resource planning - Implementation and management accounting change in a transitional country" has contents: ERP vs. custom software and the operation of the dialectic of control, summary and conclusions, ERP vs. Custom software and change (transformation) and stability (continuity) in management accounting rules and routines.
When symfony first appeared in October 2005, many people heard about it mainly because of
its extensive documentation. Unlike with other open source projects, you don’t have to dig into
the symfony code to understand how a method works or what a feature does. Documentation
has always been a major concern among the symfony core team, and that’s why we wrote this
book: to leverage the adoption of the framework we initiated, to serve as a reference for the
1.0 release, and to allow enterprise use of a framework written primarily for professionals.