Sarbanes Oxley


3 Myths About Public Clouds

These three myths about public clouds also are three reasons for partners and their customers to consider the benefits of private clouds.

Channel Partners: O1 Completes SAS 70 Type II Certification

O1 Communications Inc. (Booth 1604-1606), a fullservice provider of telecommunication solutions for SMBs, announced it has completed the SAS 70 Type II audit and certification from an independent accounting firm. SAS 70 Type II is an internationally recognized auditing standard developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants indicating that an organization has been […]

Perimeter eSecurity Acquires SECCAS

Perimeter eSecurity said Tuesday that it has acquired Secure Electronic Communication Compliance Archival System (SECCAS), an outsourced provider of e-messaging compliance to public and financial services companies. This acquisition complements Perimeter eSecuritys offering of more than 50 on-demand security services. Terms of the deal were not disclosed SECCAS is highly regarded with banks, broker dealers, […] Expands South Florida Colocation Facility (Booth 403), a national communications and information services provider, has broken ground on its 19,000-square-foot expansion. The project will include a 6,300-square-foot colocation expansion, network operations center, and more than 10,000 square feet of disaster recovery office space. The companys growth in 2006, which nearly doubled its record 2005 results, created the need to […]

TEOCO Signs Two Customers for XTrak Paper Automation Service

TEOCO Corp. (Booth 402), a provider of cost- and revenue-management solutions to the communications and entertainment industries, announced that two major communications providers, including a Tier 1 North American carrier, have signed on to become customers of their XTrak service. TEOCOs patent-pending XTrak solution eliminates manual entry, extracts the greatest level of detail, and creates […]

Sorting Out Sarbanes-Oxley

Posted: 2/2004 Sorting Out Sarbanes-Oxley Vague Law, Varied Solutions Cause Confusion for Public Telcos By Kelly M. Teal June 15, 2004, is D-Day for many publicly held companies to show compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. A plethora of software solutions but scant instruction from the federal legislation combine to make the months leading […]

The Analyst Corner – The Business Value in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance

The Business Value in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance By Rob Daly, President & CEO of Bluespring Software No doubt, most public communications service providers are scrambling towards the looming June 15 deadline for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, as required by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Teams have been formed, processes have been documented and internal controls […]

Accounting, Patriot Laws Raise Concern for Telcos — Public and Private

Posted: 3/2003 Accounting, Patriot Laws Raise Concern for Telcos — Public and Private By Stanley M. Gorinson and Neil D. Falis Michael K. Powell, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, recently signaled the commission’s intent to relax existing regulations, making it easier for telecommunications companies to expand. For example, Powell has made clear his desire […]

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