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Data Display Visualizing technology 1 American Express 2 IBM 5 e-Bay 9 USAA 6 U.S. Postal Service 3 Johnson & Johnson 7 Proctor & Gamble 4 Hewlett Packard 10 WebMD 8 Nationwide 8 Amazon TIE he Ponemon Institute’s Web-based study ( asked 6,627 respondents in late 2009 to name one to five companies in 23 industries they most trusted to handle their personal information. Participants came up with company names themselves— none appeared on the questionnaire. The survey defined personal information as information about the consumer and family including: name, address, phone number, e-mail address, Social Security number, other personal identification numbers, access codes, age, gender, income and tax information, purchases, website preferences, health information, account activity, and many other pieces of data. Ponemon used a three-part ranking system to cancel out bias toward very large companies. 20 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2010 COMPANY SIZE IBM Systems Magazine used last-reported 12-month revenue to determine company sizes where available. $350 billion to $201 billion $200 billion to $51 billion $500 billion to $351 billion $50 billion and smaller Revenue numbers were unavailable for two companies.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe - September/October 2010

IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe - September/October 2010
Editor's Desk:  Not So Secret Sauce
Dashboard:  Find an Extra Day
Think Smarter:  Competing Takes Equal Parts Growth and Restraint
Data Display:  Privacy:  Who Do You Trust?
Insider:  Untangling the Web of Processes and Technology
Trends:  System z as the Hub of a Workload-Optimized, Business Analytics Systems
Case Study: A Merger Made Easy" EmblemHealth Saves Money By Easing into an In-Sourced Computing Model
Expanding Beyond Borders:  IBM zEnterprise Systems Announcement Delivers a New Dimension in Computing.
Reducing Complexity:  The Next-Generation System z Server Is More Than Just a Fast, Scalable Solution
Focus on Storage:  IBM Tivoli Key Lifecycle Manager Solves Security Problems and Meets New Standards
Administrator:  z/OS Management Facility V1.12 Includes New Workload-Management and Resource-Monitoring Functionality
Developer: pureXML Extends Availability and Scalability to DB2 for z/OS
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Stop Run:  IBM Cooling Expert Roger Schmidt Says the Positioning of Machines Matters
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IBM Systems Magazine, Mainframe - September/October 2010