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  • Accenture Health IT Report: More Than Half of US Doctors Use E-Notes - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Accenture Health IT Report: More Than Half of US Doctors Use E-Notes

    Accenture released a study analyzing how countries and health systems apply systematic approaches to healthcare information technology. In the 16-page report, authors found nearly 59 percent of U.S. physicians enter patient notes electronically and 54 percent send prescription orders to pharmacies electronically. Accenture said in a release that authors conducted more than 160 interviews with healthcare […] More

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    Suspects Nabbed for Selling Fake Olympics Tickets Online

    Five people were yesterday arrested in England as part of a police operation targeting illegal cyber crime associated with next week's launch of the London 2012 Olympic Games tickets, according to The Telegraph. Detective Nick Downing, chief inspector in charge of the so-called Operation Podium, said the aim was to disrupt organized criminal networks involved […] More

  • Report: Passwords Are, Like, So Not Cool - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Report: Passwords Are, Like, So Not Cool

    Gone are the days of teens keeping their diaries under lock and key: Now, their deepest, darkest thoughts are for the world to see, according to new findings indicating that less than half of 18-25-year-olds across the United States, UK and Australia use passwords to protect their laptops and mobile devices when accessing social-networking sites. […] More

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    UK Boy Sends Angry Email to Obama, Gets Banned Forever from US

    A teenager from Bedfordshire, England, has been banned from ever entering the United States after sending a “threatening” email to the White House. BBC News reports how a 17-year-old male was investigated after he expressed his dislike of President Barack Obama and the American government. Bedfordshire police, who paid a visit to the boy, said […] More

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    'Yemeni Assassin' Attempts Extortion

    A man in England was baffled to find himself the target of Yemeni assassins who claimed to have been hired to “terminate” him with extreme prejudice. Charles Anderson told The Register he received an email from a “Gladlord Mohammed” informing him that “i have being paid $200,000.00 in advance to terminate you with some reasons […] More

  • UK 'Has Cyber-Attack Capability' - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    UK 'Has Cyber-Attack Capability'

    The U.K. has the ability to launch cyber attacks but does not use it for industrial espionage like some other countries, England’s security minister Lord West said. According to BBC, West has refused to elaborate on the matter and explain whether cyber attacks have been used for military purposes. However, he told BBC Radio 4’s […] More

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