1 in 5 Say They've Had Data Stolen
Salesforce To Dominate S.F. Skyline
States Probing Massive Data Breach
Silverpop: IBM Marketing Gets Personal
Data Compilers Peg Consumers
Eighteen percent of online adults in the U.S. have had important personal data stolen. That key takeaway from a new Pew Research Center study highlights the crisis in data protection.
To power its cloud-oriented operation, Salesforce wants to be closer to the clouds. The company is leasing half the coming 1,070-foot Transbay Tower in San Francisco, to be renamed Salesforce Tower.
In what could be one of the biggest data breaches in history, authorities are investigating the criminal sale of Social Security numbers and other personal info for up to 200 million U.S. citizens
IBM has acquired Silverpop, a privately held company based in Atlanta which gives marketers cloud-based tools that automate personalized customer engagements in scalable environments.
Most people are in the dark about data-collection programs being used to size up consumers and market to them. The secret scores and data are used by employers, utilities, banks and more.