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Microsoft CIO Tony Scott is now former Microsoft CIO Tony Scott. He stepped down recently to "focus on personal projects," according to a statement issued by Redmond. Microsoft reps issued Engadget the following statement this morning: "Tony Scott decided to depart Microsoft to focus on personal...

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HTC is out a top executive with the departure of chief innovation officer Horace Luke. The exec has been gone for some time now, having exited at the end of April. The Taiwanese phone maker formally announced the news this week, citing "personal reasons" as the motivation behind the CIO's exit. H...

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CIO.com interviewed AT&T spokesperson Mark Siegel, who confirmed that Friday's activation server outage was due to massive worldwide demand. This may not come as a surprise, but it's the only official comment we've heard. "The iTunes software appeared to have been so overwhelmed by demand [Frida...

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CIO magazine recounts a Forrester Research report from last week on "The iPhone is Not Meant for Enterprises," a $280 piece of critical business intelligence that tells IT departments something they a) wanted to hear and b) already knew: the iPhone is not a Blackberry (quel suprise!). Without key fe...

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The wires are buzzin' with news that Microsoft has fired its Chief Information Officer and Vice Prez, Stuart L. Scott. No reason was given other than the benign, "violation of company policies" HR-speak. Scott joined Microsoft in 2005 from GE. His successor will be Alain Crozier. [Thanks, George T. ...

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It isn't newsworthy when a Windows users, formerly biased against Macs in the enterprise, changes his mind. Unless, of course, that Windows users happens to be John Halamka, CIO of Harvard Medical School and CareGroup. This man isn't your typical user. As part of an article for CIO Halamka tried out...

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