Archive of April 2006

Aetna Insurance Data STOLEN – REMINDER

Aetna announced Aetna has notified approximately 38,000 members that an Aetna employee’s laptop computer containing certain personal member information was stolen from an employee’s personal car in a public parking lot. This should serve as a reminder to ALL of us that if you have data especially on mobile devices and the data is important […]

Yellow Machine For Your Data

Cnet/NY Times writes about a network storage device that stores 1,000 gigabytes. It’s $999 and lets you access your data from any computer on your network. Anthology Solutions, makers of the Yellow Machine, writes about their device – The Yellow Machine FailSafe network storage appliance provides your small business or digital home with a full […]

Windows Vista: Kim Komando Speaks Out

Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows Vista, will be out in January of next year. I’ve written about it a bit before, and from time to time will point you to sources of information on it. You need to now consider if Windows Vista is for you and if it will add any additional efficiency or […]

First QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions User Conference

User conferences are opportunities for users, vendors and partners to get together and blend their needs. Users get up close to vendors to ask questions and get “face time”. Vendors get to talk with their customers – up close and personal. 3rd party vendor partners have access to customers whose products they are making extended […]

Cabinet NG Unveils CNG-BATCH at Annual User Conference

Cabinet NG announced CNG-BATCH, the latest software enhancement to its CNG-SAFE document management solution. CNG-BATCH enables users of CNG-SAFE to perform one-step automated bulk scanning of documents when scanning documents individually is impractical, or a high-end third party solution is uneconomical. Cabinet NG’s press release reads – CNG-BATCH enables users to scan several documents at […]