Daily Links 5/4/2010: Report blames IT staff for school Webcam 'spying'

Checkpoint Systems, Inc. Announces First Quarter 2010 Results (Business Wire)

FCC likely to hire outsider to oversee NBC-Comcast review (The Hill: Hillicon Valley)

Report blames IT staff for school Webcam 'spying' mess (Computerworld)

SunGard Launches Cliq, a SaaS Solution for Derivatives Post-Trade Processing (PR Web)

Commentary on IBM WebSphere – Cast Iron Deal (The Boomi Blog)

LMC Software Solutions Awarded Ben Franklin Technology Partners Funding (PR Newswire)

Startup Wants to Be R Alternative to IBM, SAS
(IDG via New York Times)

Comcast Does 3G In Beantown, With WiMax In The Wings
MSO's High-Speed 2go Initially Available Only via Sprint's 3G Wireless Network
(Multichannel News)

Kenexa Announces Financial Results for First Quarter 2010 (Business Wire)

New Kenexa 2xTM Platform Drives Business Transformation (Marketwire)

Intelligroup® Q1 Revenue Increased 8.7% to $33.5 Million, Net Income Rose 159% to $2.0 Million and EPS Rose 165% to $0.05
(Business Wire)

Ulticom says 1Q sales lower than expected (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Technitrol shares dive after 1Q loss
(Associated Press via Forbes)