October, 1996 UniForum's IT Solutions

Table of Contents


Securing the Enterprise: Can It Be Done?

Integrity: Keeping IT Pure
Integrity is complex and diverse, and touches almost every aspect of IT. It may be the most fundamental security need.
by E. Eugene Schultz

Confidentiality: Keeping Data Almost Private
Controlling who has access to information can be as difficult as it is vital. An organization's reputation and success may depend on it.
by Jon William Toigo

Leveraging Databases Through the Web
Growing numbers of companies are allowing their employees and customers access to information on their databases through Web browsers.
by Howard Baldwin

New Server Strategies Create Partners
Unix system users are looking for vendors who can supply solutions targeted to their specific application needs.
by Peggy King


From the Director
A word from our Executive Director

Behind the News
Analysis of industry events

Member Views
Opinions of UniForum members

Information Technology Demystified
A report from our Technical Steering Committee

Inside The Open Group
A report on emerging technology and standards

Home Page
Watching the World Wide Web

Open Books
Reviews of current titles on open systems subjects

Concerning Your Career
Employment tips for open systems professionals

SysAdmin Solutions
Tips for handling tasks

High Technology and the Law
A legal perspective on the open systems industry

The Analyst's Couch
Unbound opinions from industry observers


Corporate Sponsors
Current listings of vendor and end-user sponsors

Conferences, exhibitions, training and education

New Products
Latest releases for open systems

Affiliates and Alliances
The global backbone of UniForum