Here are the top 10 stories that IT leaders should make sure they read from the week ending March 27, 2009:
- Intel's new quad-core Nehalem processors could drive data center upgrades (ZDNet)
- Hackers at CanWest: Chrome is hardest browser to exploit, Safari on OS X is easiest (ZDNet)
- Tech layoffs in Jan/Feb outpaced all other industries except retail and auto (BNET)
- Dell: Global PC demand 'steady' (CNET News)
- IBM reveals more layoffs in U.S., shifts jobs to India (ZDNet)
- Gartner says businesses won't need to wait for SP1 to deploy Windows 7 (ZDNet)
- Obama adviser says more stimulus money should be spent on IT (Network World)
- With SIP support, Skype integrates with corporate phone systems (ZDNet)
- Google tries to break IPv6 logjam by own example (CNET News)
- Washington leaders meet with tech execs (CNET News)
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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.