TechTarget News - Week of Oct 16, 2011

Technology is top of the chops in RBS savings memo

The Royal Bank of Scotland's investment banking business is making cuts to its technology budgets and forcing contractors to take holidays as it identifies areas where savings can be made.

Larry English calls for an information quality revolution

Larry English, in an interview, calls for an information quality revolution that will put the customer first. New rules are necessary for the “information age 3.0”.

Password chaos linked to network breaches, survey finds

A fundamental lack of IT security awareness in enterprises is potentially paving the way for a further wave of data breaches in 2011, a survey of 300 international IT professionals has shown.

VMworld 2011: Kaiser Permanente splits systems support to reduce helpdesk toll

Kaiser Permanente, a supplier of electronic patient records to US clinicians, has re-engineered its IT service delivery to split high availability and performance. This will allow it to streamline support and maintain a life-critical medical system.

Winner's photo: iPod Shuffle

A member of the audience wins an iPod Shuffle for attending the Best of VMworld User Awards

HP will not replace retiring CTO Shane Robison

Hewlett-Packard has announced its chief strategy and technology officer, Shane Robinson, will retire at the end of October - and won't be replaced.

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