MOVING towards a paperless world
IT AsiaOne - Singapore,Singapore
... Access to the documents can be controlled with access control tools
to only allow authorised staff to gain access to confidential documents.
NEWSPAPERS Examine Issues Related to Adoption of Electronic ...
Medical News Today - UK
Two newspapers on Monday examined issues associated with electronic
records and the use of health care information technology. Summaries
CONFIDENTIAL Medical Records Discovered on Ground
KLAS-TV - Las Vegas,NV,USA
... There were insurance bills and patient medical records. "That's
information. That's not good," said Latricia Threats, a patient ...
RAMBUS and Infineon end DRAM dispute
Techworld.com - London,UK
... during the litigation found favour with Judge Payne, who dismissed
Rambus' patent claims after allegations that Rambus lawyers destroyed
documents and produced ...
VILLAGE eyes preserving Aum files
Daily Yomiuri - Japan
... The municipal government has maintained a large amount of records
between 1989 and 1998. These records include moving-in ...
CALIFORNIA university records hacked
WJRT - Flint,MI,USA
... "Typically, on a college campus that can be to download files, music
and games. There's still no indication they were looking to take
FIND it fast: eight apps that search your hard drive
ZDNet - USA
... people, you stuff your hard drive with more digital photos and
music files every day. Maybe you toss them willy-nilly into your My
folder in ...
LIDL destroyed records linked to discrimination probe
IrishExaminer.com (subscription) - Ireland
... She said this deliberate destruction of records in the knowledge
a complaint had been made was "sufficient to raise an inference of
NEW threats, new tackle
Intelligent Enterprise Asia - Singapore
... default document-management system, nor to retain e-mail
on corporate servers. They need to be purged after the minimum legally
required retention ...
DEVELOPING Radio Archives in Laos and Bangladesh
ONU (Communiqués de presse) - New York,NY,USA
Workshops aiming at digitizing and preserving sound archives in Asian
stations at Lao National Radio, Vientiane and Bangladesh Betar, Dhaka,
WATER Utility Probe Deepens
Tampa Tribune - Tampa,FL,USA
... access to their computers and all documents, files and computer
requested. The county paid Ernst & Young $173,676 to look at the
LIVINGSTONE faces shredding inquiry
Guardian - UK
... mayor's question time, when Mr Livingstone was asked about access to
documents under the ... If there was, it was lost during shredding week
just before 1 January ...
FIRMS failing to get their heads around back-up
Silicon.com - UK
... "Tape is a sensible element of any disaster recovery. Bank of
wasn'ta problem of tapes. It was a management failure. Tape ...
Los Angeles Times
New Orleans Legend May Prove to Be Reputable
I've got freedom of information. Now I'd
like a man in a uniform
Wall Street Journal
Blues Rift: Snapshots
Of a Music Legend
Lead to Tug of War
Wall St Journal
In War on Terror, U.S. Tries
To Make Public Data Secret;
The Almanac Under Wraps?
Former IT Manager, Current Security Threat?
March 22, 2005
By Chris Nerney
In the wake of the dot-com crash and numerous financial scandals that
have rudely ushered in the new millennium, we've become accustomed to
seeing corporate executives sentenced to prison.
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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