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Anonymous Claims Wall Street Data Dump
Hacktivist group publishes 4,000 passwords as part of Operation Last Resort campaign seeking revenge for the treatment of Internet activist Aaron Swartz.
Your First 100 Days As CIO: Must-Do Items
New CIOs should start preparing during the interview process, say two McKinsey consultants. How good are your listening skills?
SAP Plugs Profit Hole With Support Price Hike
SAP increases Standard Support maintenance contracts by 5.5% to 19% of the software's original cost each year. That could reopen old support price-hike wounds.
Cloud Implementation Costs, Complexity Surprise Companies
Business and IT leaders find integrating cloud with existing IT infrastructure is harder than they expected, says KPMG global survey.
Amazon To Give Away Millions In 'Amazon Coins'
E-commerce giant will launch its own virtual currency for Kindle Fire users in May.
Dell Goes Private: What's Next?
Dell is going private with the help of $2 billion from Microsoft. Going forward, how much will Microsoft influence operations?
Infosys Partners With Device Company In Healthcare Push
Infosys provides cloud-based portal to help NovaSom better manage sleep apnea diagnostics.
White House Seeks Tech Innovation Fellows
Program recruits innovators and entrepreneurs to work on "high impact" federal IT projects during six- to 12-month tours of duty.
Can Social Media Sell Cars?
A car dealer discusses what social media optimization means in the automotive business -- and whether it helps move vehicles off the lot.
Malone Makes U.K. Bid For Virgin Territory
U.S. cable industry veteran plans to take on Murdoch in key triple-play U.K. communications and entertainment market.
U.K. Students Not Lining Up To Study IT
New figures show sharp decline in the number of British teenagers taking up IT as a subject. The government says it has a solution, but will it come too late?
Hacking, Privacy Laws: Time To Reboot
Recent cases highlight serious flaws in current privacy and cyber abuse legislation, allowing prosecutors to wield a hammer when a stick will do.
U.S. And U.K. Show Cloud Adoption Divide
More Brits than Yanks understand cloud concepts, but more cloud projects are getting done in the U.S.