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Confidence of IT Industry Execs Declines in Latest Survey

blogs.wsj.com — Weaker corporate spending, price-sensitive customers and a tight labor market are taking a toll on the confidence of IT industry executives, tech industry trade group CompTIA says.

FBI Taps Insider for CIO Post

blogs.wsj.com — Gordon Bitko, a former head of the agency's support services office, has overseen an "enterprise-wide transformation" in the FBI's information technology strategy, the agency said.

Treasury CIO Chided for Slow Response to IT Threat

blogs.wsj.com — Rep. Will Hurd, House oversight subcommittee chairman on information technology, called the agency's two-month delay in fixing malicious software code "absolutely unacceptable."

New Plant Designed to Push GE Further Into Digital

blogs.wsj.com — A new incubator-like facility, to be launched Friday, will allow General Electric Co. to test real-world applications of big data, the Internet of Things, and a range of IT tools in the industrial manufacturing process, the company said.

NASA CIO Rapped for Lacking IT Agency-Wide Security Plan: Watchdog

blogs.wsj.com — The federal space agency has been without a permanent senior information security officer for more than a year, leaving it vulnerable to hackers, the agency's inspector general said in a report.

Water Utility Aqua America Hires Whitney Kellett as CIO

blogs.wsj.com — Ms. Kellett, previously a senior IT manager at Atlas Energy Group LLC, plans to conduct a "rapid assessment" of the state of the Bryn Mawr, Pa., company's IT systems, she told CIO Journal.

Big Firms Focus Tighter IT Spending on Cloud: J.P. Morgan Chase

blogs.wsj.com — Budget pressures have large firms focusing technology spending on cloud services, leaving some IT vendors behind - and Wall Street analysts are taking notice. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., in a report released Thursday, said big companies are shifting more workloads to Microsoft Corp.'s Azure and Amazon.com Inc.'s AWS cloud services, while keeping IT budgets tight.

IT budget pressures to slow Windows spending: Gartner

marketwatch.com — Research firm Gartner Inc. says Windows revenue should decline this year, by 7.5% to $13.5 billion in constant currency, hit by global economic uncertainties, tough foreign exchange rates and tightening IT spending. That comes even as Microsoft Corp.

Top Spy Agency Seeks CIO for Shift to Cloud

blogs.wsj.com — The Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the federal agency created in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to lead the U.S. Intelligence Community, is looking for a senior IT official to oversee efforts to migrate legacy IT systems to the cloud and improve data-sharing between agencies, a recent job post said.

Microsoft Windows Revenue Expected to Slow

blogs.wsj.com — Research firm Gartner Inc. says Windows revenue should decline this year, by 7.5% to $13.5 billion in constant currency, hit by global economic uncertainties, tough foreign exchange rates and tightening IT spending. That comes even as Microsoft Corp.
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