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The CIO Must Evolve

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anirudh singh
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anirudh singh   7/8/2015 4:26:26 AM
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I also suspect that perhaps the companies that have outsource IT most agressively might find it much more difficult to change the nature of their IT organizations

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anil   6/30/2015 7:49:24 AM
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I asked myself the same question. From a personal point of view, stealing my linkedin password was wasted effort

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salimhussain   6/30/2015 7:19:41 AM
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good post

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Nithin Reddy   6/9/2015 6:28:11 AM
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nice article

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ramesh123   6/8/2015 3:06:10 AM
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nice post

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mohankrishna   6/3/2015 8:57:40 AM
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yeah great post

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saipraneeth   4/17/2015 8:20:03 AM
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really nice post

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vrs400   6/30/2012 3:21:08 PM
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Yup! LinkedIn offers a premium service and allows customers to store their credit card details for rebilling purposes. I suppose with LinkedIn Premium, if a hacker broken in, he or she could figure out other details of your leads and contacts and steal them away. But even then, why not just focus attention on larger organizations with more pay off?

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kicheko   6/30/2012 3:17:43 PM
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I asked myself the same question. From a personal point of view, stealing my linkedin password was wasted effort. Unless they begin to spam people from my account. However i didn't know some people store credit card info there. That presents real cause for worry.

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vrs400   6/30/2012 3:05:09 PM
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Wow what a joke! No CIO before the hacking fiasco? When I got the alert via e-mail about LinkedIn getting hacked, I couldn't help but shrug and wonder to myself "what exactly is being compromised here? My contacts that are already available?". Thankfully I never opted into their premium service and stored my credit card details.

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