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UGA to purge employee data

...the breaches was used by anyone in any additional crimes, said Timothy Chester, UGA vice president for information technology. Workers in UGA's EITS have been working to eliminate the use of Social Security numbers for years, Rivers said...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2013-11-27/uga-purge-employee-data
Airport gets funding for radio equipment

...the airport is expected to cover only the remaining $10,000. The radios will be Motorola brand. County information technology workers are trying to determine which models will be used and how many will be purchased. Mr. Weegar said that among...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/25/met_444799.shtml
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Business briefs

...force, in its information technology department as part of a reorganization. Coca-Cola had employed 750 information technology workers in Atlanta and 250 more worldwide. The Atlanta-based department handles internal services for the company...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/08/bus_351436.shtml
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After security breach, UGA sends letters to nearly 8,000 workers

...forensics team started trying to track down the hackers Oct. 1, after UGA officials learned that two UGA information technology workers' passwords had been changed by someone. Both workers had access to personnel records.The data the hackers...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/crime-courts/2012-10-19/after-security-breach-
SRS job fair draws thousands of applicants

...folks right now," Mr. Trout said. Lexington, S.C.-based Globalpundits was hiring for engineering and information technology workers for SRS and other organizations in Columbia, said Tammy Sykora, a business development manager. "I think...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/local-business/2009-07-21/srs-job-fai
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Next hot jobs: keeping tabs on financial firms

...who can provide less-costly care than doctors, are forecast to jump by 39 percent, to 104,000 jobs. Information technology workers are expected to keep growing. Businesses are using more complex internal networks and strengthening their...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/12/13/fin_559126.shtml
Finance
Keeping tabs on financial firms is next hot job

...who can provide less-costly care than doctors, are forecast to jump by 39 percent, to 104,000 jobs. Information technology workers are expected to keep growing. Businesses are using more complex internal networks and strengthening their...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/12/12/bus_559212.shtml
Business
Techbits

...though engineers are trying hard to do so. Hackers get smarter, too, Steve Ballmer told several thousand information-technology workers at the Gartner Symposium ITXPO. But Ballmer said engineers were making progress, such as adding security...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/10/22/liv_432014.shtml
Life & style
Outsourcing, with fries

...to work for pennies on the dollar. Bangalore is an ideal example: The city, with an estimated 160,000 information-technology workers, is poised to become the IT capital of the world. And who helped Bangalore get there? Corporate America...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/09/28/edi_429724.shtml
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Pocket change

TECH FOR TAP: The shortage of information technology workers is holding back the growing U.S. economy, according to a survey. The Computing Technology Industry Association survey says...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/31/bus_275857.shtml
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