Profile of Paul McDougallEditor At Large, InformationWeek
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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in September 2004
The governor vetoed legislation that would have prohibited the offshoring of software development dealing with personal data, such as Social Security and driver's license numbers, and homeland security.
IBM will help Canadian company integrate the drugstore chain it bought from J.C. Penney in April.
They're developing ground- and space-based digital-communications systems.
J.P. Morgan Chase president and chief operating officer Jamie Dimon believes technology is better done in-house.
She sees Xerox becoming more of an information-services firm. Observers are skeptical, but Mulcahy says she'll buy consultancies if necessary.
The IT services company may lay off as many as 20,000 from its global workforce of 125,000, in an effort to remain competitive with archrival IBM and low-cost offshore service providers.
The sophisticated services center reflects China's growing importance in the IT industry and in the world business community.
The CFO resigns after the consulting firm loses $165 million during the first half of fiscal '04.
The company has named former Cingular Wireless executive Frank Boyer to the position of chief supply officer.