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IT week in review for March 27, 2009

Read the top 10 IT stories for the week ending March 27, 2009, including new Nehalem-powered servers in the data center, Google Chrome is hardest browser to hack, tech layoffs are outpacing other industries, and IBM shifts jobs to India.

Here are the top 10 stories that IT leaders should make sure they read from the week ending March 27, 2009:

  1. Intel's new quad-core Nehalem processors could drive data center upgrades (ZDNet)
  2. Hackers at CanWest: Chrome is hardest browser to exploit, Safari on OS X is easiest (ZDNet)
  3. Tech layoffs in Jan/Feb outpaced all other industries except retail and auto (BNET)
  4. Dell: Global PC demand 'steady' (CNET News)
  5. IBM reveals more layoffs in U.S., shifts jobs to India (ZDNet)
  6. Gartner says businesses won't need to wait for SP1 to deploy Windows 7 (ZDNet)
  7. Obama adviser says more stimulus money should be spent on IT (Network World)
  8. With SIP support, Skype integrates with corporate phone systems (ZDNet)
  9. Google tries to break IPv6 logjam by own example (CNET News)
  10. Washington leaders meet with tech execs (CNET News)
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About Jason Hiner

Jason Hiner is Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.

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