Ecigarettesnational.com Says Claim by FDA and Other Health Organizations Intentionally Misleading
...ll lingers in the back of their minds.
In a nation that is struggling with the demands of a failing healthcare system, a failing economy, and a disgruntled
people that have had enough of both, the question remains whether a product caught in the middle will continue to be a source of contention between th...
SailPoint and Cyber-Ark Partner to Prevent Insider Threats
...and taking the appropriate policy remediation actions."
SailPoint CEO and Founder Mark McClain agreed, observing that, "The news is peppered with disgruntled
or dishonest employees hijacking a company's network, planting malware bombs to disable the entire IT infrastructure or stealing sensitive customer da...
FDA Panel Urges Stronger Warnings for LASIK Surgery
...at their eyes are dry," said Dr. Robert Cykiert, associate professor of ophthalmology at New York University Langone Medical Center.
Some of those disgruntled
patients were on hand for Friday's FDA hearing.
"Too many Americans have been harmed by this procedure, and it's about time this message was heard...
Jenny Craig Offers Help to Stranded Clients
...t Parker, Jenny
Craig's Vice President of Marketing. It marks our 25th year of consistently
helping people lose weight and, when we read comments from disgruntled
customers looking to lose weight without losing what they already invested,
we knew we had to help. These people have already demonstrated a comm...
Music to Some, Torture to Others
...general have been found to hear better than men. So this probably explains why a woman would call out, "I heard that!" when her man has just mumbled a disgruntled
remark. Of course now women have their answer as to why a man who has been questioned why he didn't do something, he always seems to answer, "I never...
Doctors at risk- the ugly side of the noble profession
...ncidents can be prevented from happening in future.
In India, in the city of Lucknow, doctors went on a days strike on the issue of being harassed by disgruntled
relatives of patients.
New solution protects corporate information
...ng sensitive corporate information not intended for you? Whether these documents were sent in error, stored on a stolen notebook computer or sent by a disgruntled
employee, the consequences can be embarrassing and costly. Serious legal ramifications and breaches of national security may result from access to thi...
Is your employee handbook evolving with technology?
...e setting where employees may be expected or required to have a cellular telephone.
With a camera phone, an employee, particularly the departing or disgruntled
type, can easily take push-button digital photographs of an employers confidential information, whether that is in the form of client lists, manufactu...
How a Midwestern girl became the CEO of a multi-billion-dollar software company
...son who worked for her to attend a company-wide meeting. Only fifteen or twenty people showed up.
One of the people who attended this meeting was a disgruntled
engineer who badly wanted Bartzs job. He insisted on bringing his large, clunky personal computer to the meeting, and he tried to distract Bartz by ba...
After a successful attack on your computer systems, then what?
Daniel Vaccaro, a partner with Michael Best & Friedrich , said that organizations whose systems have been compromised by Internet fraudsters or disgruntled
employees can benefit from learning to work with law enforcement.
"You get to ride on the backs of experienced criminal investigators, who solve th...
The new techie dilemma MBA or JD?
...ss to their broadband lines, in front of the Supreme Court now. A quick search of news archives yields hundreds of such cases.
I haven't heard of a disgruntled
employee suing their own IT department for some personal professional failure, but I won't be surprised when it happens. This isn't just an informatio...
Ready to leave? Why you shouldn't give two weeks' notice
...other confidential information. That is the reality of today's workplace.
Did you know that many denial-of-service (DoS) attacks are initiated by disgruntled
employees? If the company you're working at doesn't have that stringent of a policy, they are leaving themselves open for attack. That's definitely no...
...g its trampoline routine.
It seems that all over the globe there is a rush to find four-letter words for airline brands. Is this the revenge of the disgruntled
flier? Maybe. The fact is, airlines are in the fast-chopping mode.
"Cut everything in half and than half again; do it slowly and do it painfully." ...
Managing the nightmare of identity theft
...to implement both physical and technical safeguards and train employees on data security. Nevertheless, the hospital's data security was breached by a disgruntled
employee who stole a laptop from the hospital and gained unauthorized access to its computer system. While a simple password would have prevented a br...
Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched
Thompson, who was last elected governor of Wisconsin in 1998 and who resigned as U.S. Health and Human Services secretary in 2005 a bit disgruntled
with the Bush White House , would ordinarily be viewed as a politician whose time has passed. But the 2008 presidential election will be anything but...
Careful with that electronic health record, Mr. Leavitt
...ly will be blamed, but nevertheless the incident will bankrupt the "multi-million-dollar" dental practice for $3,000, or for even $200, or, if it is a disgruntled
employee, for grins.
That is not a very pleasant tale. But here is another tangent which is even more unpleasant. Rememb...