It Happened to Sony; It Could Happen To You – Is Your Corporate Communications at Risk for Getting Hacked?
There’s been a lot of talk lately about network security, and it’s usually sprinkled with nice IT and network acronyms like LAN, VPN, DDCMP, DES, EGA, and of course references to AAAAA (Anonym Association Against Acronym Abuse), accompanied by the...Read More »
Hackers Breach Biotech Companies’ Email – How Do CIOs Protect Against Such Data Theft?
Most people, CIOs and network IT staff included, think that email is one of the most protected work assets they use. With strict login protocols resting on a secure corporate network, one has to be safe, right? Wrong. In a...Read More »
How To Share On-Call with Another Group & Avoid Hassles – TigerSchedule
With the changing dynamics in the composition of physician groups and increasing Providers’ expectations for life/work balance, it is has become more common to share the on-call duty with another compatible Clinic or Group. In well-run groups, there is a...Read More »