Good morning. CIOs of some companies that use commodity swaps are waking up to unexpected news: the CFTC issued new rules Tuesday governing records retention for any company that uses swaps for financial speculation. Saving a copy of every email, phone call and instant message is usually a special world of pain reserved for banks and brokerages, and companies using swaps to hedge against price fluctuations expected to be spared. CIO Journal has the story.


Macs running wild in the office. CBS Interactive CIO Peter Yared tells CIO Journal the company is replacing Windows PCs with Macs across the company, and Cisco says 25% of its employees now use Macs. The Apple computers are still far in the minority, but 46% of companies now issue Macs to employees, up by half in just two years, according to Forrester.

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