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Report: ID Theft Haunting Bank Customers


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published December 5, 2005
Banks need to address the growing concern among their customers over ID theft or risk losing them.

Steps Forward for Server-Based Apps


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published May 14, 2004
Analysts say the time has come for applications to be served up on demand, with information shared from client to client as well.

CA Names Interim CEO; Will Restate Revenue


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published April 26, 2004
UPDATED: Housecleaning underway in the wake of an accounting scandal at the enterprise software company.

Will Customers Flee CA?


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published April 23, 2004
This hasn't been the best of weeks for enterprise-software maker Computer Associates. The company's Chairman and CEO Sanjay Kumar was forced out just after the dismissal of nine employees amid an accounting scandal.

CA's Kumar Resigns Amid Accounting Probe


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published April 21, 2004
Computer Associates's (CA) embattled chairman and CEO, Sanjay Kumar, resigned from both his posts Wednesday amid an accounting scandal and probe by federal regulators.

ICAN Try To Take Your Business


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published February 18, 2004
SeeBeyond is once again offering credits to switch customers away from their current EAI vendors.

SCO Receives Poisonous Reception at Ivy


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published February 3, 2004
Darl McBride might have expected a sympathetic crowd at a Harvard forum about intellectual property. He didn't get one.

Linux in the Security Crosshairs


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published December 12, 2003
Experts say breaches at two popular Linux projects underscore one important fact: security affects everyone.

SCO Forced To Show Evidence


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published December 5, 2003
UPDATE: SCO has 30 days to comply with a judge's ruling that it show details to back up its contract dispute claims against IBM.

IBM Takes On Demand Into The Cubicle


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published November 4, 2003
Not content with providing pay-as-you-go services for the infrastructure, Big Blue wants to optimize your printers, PCs, PDAs and faxes.

Espionage: Is Your Company The Target?


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published November 12, 2002
Espionage may seem a plot line seen only in James Bond movies, but U.S. companies are learning that foreign governments and competitors alike are stalking them in the search for critical information.

Nortel Focuses on Enterprise Convergence


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published October 29, 2002
The Canadian equipment manufacturer is pushing the concept of 'One Network. A World of Choice' as part of its new enterprise strategy.

Making Spammers Pay


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published October 23, 2002
IronPort, an e-mail gateway maker, is putting a novel spin on the war to end spam as we know it. Acting as a 'white' list, mass e-mailers agree to pay every time they stray.

Web Vandalism on the Rise


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published October 22, 2002
The danger, according to the Web site tracking defacements around the world, is that hackers who have access to the Web page likely have access to a company's entire network.

XDocs An Adobe Wake-up Call


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published October 11, 2002
Adobe needs to look no further than the Internet Explorer-Netscape Browser War to figure out how hard Microsoft will push its XDocs on a .pdf world.

Information Theft Reaches Estimated $59 Billion


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published October 3, 2002
A new report shows that U.S. corporations lost $59 billion in proprietary information and intellectual property in the past year, though experts say that number is 'very conservative.'

Competitors Edge Into IBM Territory


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published September 24, 2002
Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft both announced Web services applications Monday designed to eat away at IBM's share in the infrastructure software industry.

Getting Past WLAN 'Apathy'


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published August 30, 2002
FEATURE: Despite the dangers, some legitimate and some media-inspired, corporate wireless networks around the country are still at risk to hackers and wardriving enthusiasts.

AOL, The Reluctant King


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published August 22, 2002
There's no avoiding broadband, as much as the undisputed leader of dial-up subscribers would have it otherwise. A deal with Comcast acknowledges high-speed Internet's popularity, even though it puts pressure on the bottom line.

Is the Tech Recession Over?


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published July 31, 2002
While the numbers don't paint the whole picture, a new report by the Commerce Department shows a 'bit more optimism' in IT spending.

IT Employment Lost Ground in 2001


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Jim Wagner

| CIO Insights Article Published May 6, 2002
Corporate revenue woes led to a 5 percent decline in IT jobs last year, according to a new report. Among the biggest cuts: enterprise tech support positions.