BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE SEEKING SECOND WINDS
There's a good chance that within the next decade business intelligence will figure high on the curriculum of universities that teach management. For the moment, however, a major gap exists between intelligence experts who try to anticipate the future needs [. [...]
THE MARCH TO "OFF-THE-SHELF" INTELLIGENCE
Many high-level officials from the National Security Agency turned up at the latest seminar staged in Washington by Open Sources Solutions, the company headed by Robert Steele which has worked in recent years to encourage intelligence services to use open [. [...]
INTELLIGENCE: AN OPEN SOURCE FUTURE?
Specialists maintain that at least 80 percent of information used by traditional intelligence services is comes from "open sources" with remainder emanating from "closed" or secret sources. But because that remaining 20 percent is classified, there is little or no [. [...]
INTELLIGENCE: DOWNSIZING & SUBCONTRACTING
With the end of the Cold War all major Western nations face the same problem of downsizing their defense and intelligence budgets while retaining their military industrial base and their essential intelligence assets. There don't seem to be that many [. [...]