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Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in March 2004
The IT-services firm says 2Q revenue rose 15% from the year-ago quarter, while net income was up 4%.
GMAC Insurance tells 200,000 customers they could become victims of identity theft
Personal data, including Social Security numbers, for about 200,000 GMAC Financial Services customers may have been compromised due to the theft of two laptop computers from an employee's car.
IT outsourcer Cognizant Technology Solutions plans to open an office in China in an effort to become more geographically diverse.
The Department of Veterans Affairs hired Hewlett-Packard to a 10-year IT support services contract.
The services provider says it's been subpoenaed by the Justice Department concerning possible improper payments relating to a contract with Florida's Agency for Workforce Innovation.
Sears to turn over IT-infrastructure operations to Computer Sciences Corp.
It reached a multiyear deal to provide finance and administration services for Procter & Gamble.
Legislators want CIOs and service providers to show that customer data sent overseas is as safe as it is at home
The chair of the state Senate's trade commission says she's concerned that a growing number of medical and financial-services firms are shipping information processing to countries that lack strong privacy laws.
The state plans to issue smart cards to catch Medicaid cheaters and has selected several services vendors to implement pilot phases of the project.
Polaroid embraces the model to cut costs as it moves to increase direct sales
The IT-services firm has signed a five-year deal with NASA that gives it repsonsibility for maintaining the two modified jumbo jets used to carry the space shuttle between launch sites.
Under the deal, worth more than $100 million, HP will provide the automaker with networked copiers, printers, and fax machines, as well as support services.
Under the seven-year extension, ACS will continue to, among other things, operate the city's data center.