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Canadian CIO: An editors’ history of 25 years covering IT’s most important role

To celebrate Canadian CIO's 25th anniversary, we hear about the publication's history from the three editors that shaped its content into its current form.

A fresh editorial look at ITWC for 2018

Mandy Kovacs is our new lead for the channel beat, taking responsibility for Computer Dealer News.

China blocks press access to certain Web sites

Journalists at the Chinese Olympic press centre experience difficulties with the promised open reporting environment

The ‘IT Doesn’t Matter’ guy strikes again

Nick Carr returns with a prediction that cloud computing and rising electricity costs will lead to massive changes in the way business computing is managed. Why CIOs probably won't like it

Verizon, Cingular sue HP investigators

Verizon Wireless Inc. and Cingular Wireless LLC sued private investigators used by Hewlett-Packard Co. to obtain phone records in the pretexting scam.

HP snags US Army deal worth $5 billion

Despite a boardroom scandal that seems to deepen every day, Hewlett-Packard Co. has won new contracts this week, including one that could be worth US$5 billion over the next 10 years.

Hurd replaces Dunn as HP chairman, Keyworth quits

In a day of executive shakeups intended to put its boardroom scandal in the past, Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) Tuesday announced that Chief Executive Officer and President Mark Hurd would replace Patricia Dunn as chairman, and that board member George Keyworth had resigned, with immediate effect.

Amnesty rep takes Google to task on China row

The controversy over Google Inc.'s censored Chinese search engine followed its top executives to the company's annual shareholder meeting when an Amnesty International representative took them to task over the issue.

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