SECURING Wireless E-Records
eBCVG - USA
Security Pipeline: Few understand how tough it can be to lock down wireless
networks better than Stephen Lewack, director of technical services and
LETTING go of email
Infoconomy - UK
... Willis's group IS director. "We try, on the whole, to keep our e-records
down to the bare minimum," he explains. The reason for ...
EUROPEAN healthcare to spend $2.1bn on e-records
Silicon.com - UK
... The need is so great that spending on e-records will reach $2.1bn in
2008, almost double the $1.1bn figure for 2004, according to a new IDC
TRIBUNE editorial: Privacy threatened by new rules
Fort Pierce Tribune - Fort Pierce,FL,USA
... 10 years. This ambitious proposal to provide easy-to-exchange electronic
medical records of all citizens is a two-edged scalpel. ...
DUAL Stage Shredding System meets secure shredding needs.
Industrial News Room - New York,NY,USA
... This dual stage shredding system incorporates a rugged TASKMASTER®
twin ... pharmaceuticals, bottles, blister packs, labels, inserts, packaging,
documents and more ...
THAT time again!
p2pnet.net - Ontario,Canada
... Unfortunately, there will not be another archival Public Domain Day
for archivists, historians, genealogists, and others, to celebrate in
Canada until January 1 ...
IT'S time to enforce open records law
Indianapolis Star - Indianapolis,IN,USA
When a team of journalists from eight Indiana newspapers set out to test
Indiana's open records law last year, they found a lot of closed doors.
NO hidden meaning to 'open records'
Greeley Tribune - Greeley,CO,USA
The matter has revealed how laws may be murky at times, but the bottom
line for us is that Colorado's open records law, a child of the First
Amendment, must be ...
RECORDING Merrimack's past
The Union Leader - Manchester,NH,USA
... The microfilm version will be stored in the New Hampshire State Library
and the town hopes to post the digital version on its Web site within
five years ...
FREEDOM of information suppressed by secretive Holyrood
The Scotsman - Edinburgh,Scotland,UK
... last night, after it emerged that up to a third of all committee business
takes place in secret, only days after the Freedom of Information Act
came into effect ...
Springfield State Journal Register - Springfield,IL,USA
... No longer the main supporter of the state historical library (now the
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library), the society again found itself
in search of a ...
AP via Yahoo! Asia News, Mon, 03 Jan 2005 1:02 AM PST
In Sri Lankan town, judges and lawyers struggle to resume work amid tsunami's destruction http://asia.news.yahoo.com/050103/ap/d87cgjm80.html
Workers in a lawyer's office sifted through a sodden pile of documents in the street on Monday, a scene that symbolized the toll that the devastating tsunami exacted on the legal system in coastal areas of Sri Lanka.
Sarbanes-Oxley Work Slowed IT Spending For Some
A new report says Sarbanes-Oxley compliance efforts in the second half of 2004 had
managers rethinking IT priorities.
By Larry Greenemeier, InformationWeek
Dec. 31, 2004
Guardian Unlimited, Mon, 03 Jan 2005 2:03 AM PST
Royal Society to open up 350 years of scientific history http://www.guardian.co.uk/life/science/story/0,12996,1381729,00.html
Leading scientists plan to open up a priceless collection - ranging from a telescope built by Isaac Newton to a letter in defence of spiritualism by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - that has grown into a record of the making of the modern world.
Picturing Pittsburgh: Two-year collaboration makes
century of images available online
Tuesday, December 21, 2004
By Patricia Lowry, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
This much we know about Frederick Theodore Wagner: He was born in Pittsburgh in
1870 to German immigrants who lived in the Hill District. At the age of 30, he married
Margaret Smith, with whom he had four children. Not long after her death in 1910, he
married her sister Elizabeth, with whom he had two more children. He worked as a clerk
for the Pennsylvania Railroad, and on Oct. 22, 1956, in a town in Eastern Pennsylvania,
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