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InformationWeek This Week
Date / Time: Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 2:00 PM New York/11:00 AM San Francisco

InformationWeek is the Internet's top destination for news and analysis of the IT industry. But even with all the stories on each week, there's always just a bit more...

Join host Curtis Franklin and his guests, the editors, journalists, and practicing professionals of InformationWeek. In this fast-paced half hour you'll hear "the story behind the story," new insight, and follow-up analysis of some of the top stories that have run on in the last seven days.

On this episode we talk with:
Michael Endler about his article on whether Microsoft can save IE by changing the brand.
Kristen Burnham with her take on the survey data behind the news that New York IT salaries are the highest in the land.
Alison Diana and Sara Peters for the latest information on the Chinese hacker attack on Community Healthcare Systems.
David Wagner on why non-tech activities like drawing and dancing might just make you smarter.

Plan to be part of the community around this new show and weigh in with your thoughts on these stories -- and on the other stories that you think should be included!

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