While I was writing an iRule for a client’s BigIP recently, I needed a way to test the iRule without access to a host that would match the conditions set within the rule. 176 more words
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I want to take a moment and talk about Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). Why? Well, who doesn’t like trees right? Frankly, I want to explain a little about STP because without it networks with any redundancy would meet about the same fate as we would if we didn’t have trees. 520 more words
Obama pushed electronic health records with huge taxpayer subsidies, but has rebuffed calls for hazards monitoring despite evidence of harm - Nation - The Boston Globe
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One study of malpractice claims published this year, by safety researchers for a Harvard-affiliated malpractice insurance group, CRICO, produced an unsettling snapshot of the problem. The researchers sifted through a large database of malpractice claims from Boston and other health care centers around the country, looking for cases in which the use or misuse of electronic heath records was suspected of causing harm.
So the Director is saying "Staff and inmate safety is our highest priority — a fact reflected and borne out by ongoing training and assessment of security protocols."
I have been reading this blog and it has been awhile. Since we heard about the plight of the working class herein. So I was compelled to send this in. 283 more words