- Workday unveils cloud ERP [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: US gov't sure asks Google for a lot of info [ITworld]
- Nokia Windows Phones won't be ready for Christmas in the U.S. [ITworld]
- Netflix losing subscribers, money [ITworld]
- President Hipster keeps up: Obama campaign signs up for Tumblr [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Open source ganging up against Red Hat's cloud offering [ITworld]
- Get ready for Big Data now [ITworld]
- Google settles with FTC, will probably still be creepy privacy-wise [ITworld]
- Beth Bacheldor: The data center is IT consumerization's next frontier [ITworld]
- IBM promotes from within, names Virginia Rometty CEO [ITworld]
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