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stupid-email-tricks

Adam is telling marketers: "Don't use email like a stupid person."

summary-of-identity-landscape

I really need to spend more time thinking about identity and focusing on what WiKID needs to do in the identity space. You'll have an identity no matter how you authenticate, but the more you rely on your identity the more important it becomes and the more secure it should be. But I think most of the identity players are focused on making identity easier - i.e. fewer logins.

tax-credits-for-telecommuting

The state of Georgia is offering tax credits for setting up telecommuting programs. Find our more at the Clean Air Campaign website.

surprise-hipaa-audits-on-the-way

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has hired PriceWaterhouseCoopers to conduct surprise audits of hospitals for HIPAA compliance:

Its complaint-driven, says Runyon, noting that Tony Trenkle, director of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services at HHS, last month publicly said the first 10 or so reviews will be at hospitals where CMS received complaints about security.

t-mobile-hacked-again

Apparently, Fred Durst's T-Mobile account has been hacked and the attacker has posted a 3-minute sex video on the net.

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