eWEEK Daily News Podcast, July 14

 
 
By Kevin Fogarty  |  Posted 2006-07-14 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

In this eWEEK Daily News Podcast: A major bombing in Mumbai raises concerns about the safety of outsourcing providers and the systems they maintain; another zero-day vulnerability, this time in PowerPoint, highlights weaknesses in Microsoft Office; Inspec

Click here to download eWEEKs Daily News Podcast for July 14 In this eWEEK Daily News Podcast: A major bombing in Mumbai raises concerns about the safety of outsourcing providers and the systems they maintain; another zero-day vulnerability, this time in PowerPoint, highlights weaknesses in Microsoft Office; Inspector General dings Veterans Administration for its handling of the loss of millions of personnel records; Dell is ditching rebates, but leaving pricing the same, for homes and SMBs; the FCC is fining a cell phone provider site for sharing customer data; CFOs have joined CIOs as daily worriers about IT security, a new survey shows; Intel will lay off 1,000 managers, but could follow with even more layoffs. For more on these and other eWEEK stories, click below:

  • Mumbai Bombings Shake Outsourcing Community
  • Microsoft Confirms PowerPoint Zero-Day Attack
  • Report Blasts Veterans Affairs Response to ID Theft
  • Intel to Lay Off 1,000 Managers
  • Most CFOs Harbor Security Concerns
  • FCC Imposes Maximum Penalty on LocateCell
  • Dell to Cut PC Rebates, not Prices
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