Profile of Sharon Gaudin
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Articles by Sharon Gaudin
posted in August 2006
Student loan recipients shouldn't rest easy, says former White House security adviser.
Among the more interesting statistics from a Secret Service study of insider attacks, some 80% of insiders who launched attacks on their companies had exhibited negative behaviors before the incident.
The key indicator is a repeat "problem child" who continually argues with fellow employees, complains about salary or benefits, or is otherwise aggressive or hostile.
Three days after the U.S. Department of Education first received reports of the data leak, borrowers still can't update their personal information or pay federal student loans on the Web.
Countless travel and business plans have been thrown into disarray with the recent terror plot disruption. While the worst of the security clampdown may be over, now it looks like it was just a glimpse of things to come, and sooner or later, a lot of us may be traveling without our laptops.
I don't know about you, but I can barely imagine hiking through Logan airport or O'Hare without that computer bag slun
Increased airport security is pushing some IT managers to rethink whether road warriors really need to have laptops in tow. And if it saves money and airport hassles, these plans could go into effect sooner than later.
Second-quarter earnings help propel the IT services company into the coveted No. 4 ranking among outsourcers.