Jeff Curie and Larry Ponemon From IBM and Craig Jensen and Martin Schaeferle From AppDev to Be Featured on Let’s Talk Computers (R)
NASHVILLE, TN -- 04/22/2005 -- Guests from IBM and AppDev will appear on radio talk show “Let’s Talk Computers.” IBM is the world’s largest information technology company. AppDev is a technical learning company nationally recognized for providing in-depth, real-world content in multiple formats to IT professionals and computer users.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) Tivoli software solutions can help you to manage and optimize the IT systems that keep your business processes operating. As the global leader in the identity management market (Meta Group, 2005), IBM Tivoli, http://www-306.ibm.com/software/tivoli, provides a wealth of information on this topic that impacts consumers in very practical ways. In this last of two parts, Jeff Curie, Chief Strategist for IBM Tivoli Identity Management Solutions, and security expert Larry Ponemon of the Ponemon Institute provide a comprehensive look into what lies ahead for consumers and corporations seeking to protect valuable data. They discuss the issue of identity management, the biggest obstacles to achieving tight corporate security, the current measures companies are taking to secure all facets of the organization and ethical information and privacy management practices in both business and government.
Recognized as the “Best Training” in the country (Readers Choice Awards, Visual Studio Magazine 2003-2004, SQL Server Magazine 2004), AppDev training, http://www.appdev.com, will help you get up to speed quickly in today’s latest technologies. President and CEO Craig Jensen with Vice President of Product Development Martin Schaeferle discuss their latest team training innovation -- AppDev KSource™. Save time and money with access to a library of award-winning, up-to-date training and reference material right at your desktop. Simply plug the AppDev KSource server into your existing network, and you’ve got a powerful learning and reference tool that can be accessed by any team member at any time -- simultaneously!
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