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Securing Your Project with a Virtual Project Team

by Mike Donoghue

Remote team members are potentially at more risk for technology traps and security breaches. For a group that operates in a variety of locations and with greater opportunities for intrusion, an IT infrastructure needs to have a firm policy in how to deal with the changing security landscape.

Security and the Web App

by Mike Donoghue

As the Internet and businesses that use it and rely upon it have grown and evolved, Web-based applications have blossomed and done wonders to improve accessibility to business functions.

Security Clearances Uncovered

by Bob Weinstein

Thousands of jobs out there require it, so it's time you found out more about government security clearances.

Security in IT Project Management

by R. Sarma Danturthi, PhD, CISSP, PMP

Security foundations for a project should be strongly laid in the initiation phase, preferably when the project charter is created and signed to document all possible risks, threat vectors and security loopholes, and should include conceivable remediation measures. Internal, external and technology-related risk are examined in alignment with project management processes.

Security Technology: Top Priority for IT Decision-Makers

by Bob Weinstein

Danger is lurking behind every computer keyboard and we're all vulnerable to cyberattack. How secure is your business, what are the real threats to your security, and how can you address all of this without resorting to tinfoil headgear?

See Queues

by Steve Loving

The project manager can see queues, or systems of flow, but must be skillful in optimizing them and ensuring the best sequence of work packages to finish the project on time. This paper focuses on finding queues and watching queues, with the goal of improving project management practice, and it all starts with identifying queues in your project environment.

Seeing Is Believing


Organizations need visibility in six key areas in order to successfully manage their initiatives — forecasting, collaboration, risk and opportunity management, project portfolio management, change management and actionable information. The right software can help, reducing surprises and enabling predictability to deliver better results.

Seeking Innovation: Providing the Platform for Ideas to Flow

by Debasis Roy

Continuing from an earlier article on using the workplace to seek innovation, this article suggests a simple method to reach out for innovative ideas. It introduces a concept that can be practiced to motivate innovation--with little management time involved.

Selecting a Project Management Methodology for Your Organization

by Gary Hamilton

A decision to implement any form of change should always be based on known data. Determining if an organization may benefit from implementing agile practices and tools—or completely transforming into an agile organization—is no different.

Selecting Agile Workers for Agile Projects

by Joe Wynne

Certain skills sets are needed for agile projects. When selecting the best candidates, here's how you separate those who will fit from those who won't.


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