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  • Indian IT industry gears up to counter swine flu

    India's software trade body on Thursday moved to reassure the government and customers that the industry was taking precautionary measures to protect high-tech workers from swine flu.

    Written by John Ribeiro14 Aug. 09 18:29
  • With pandemic alert, firms urged to review disaster recovery

    With the first flu pandemic in 41 years officially declared today by The World Health Organization (WHO), companies are again being urged to make sure that business continuity plans are in place and they're prepared for the outbreak.

    Written by Lucas Mearian12 June 09 07:53
  • Amalga helps hospital keep swine flu in check

    When fears over the swine flu first broke out in many parts of the world in April, El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, California, was about to pull the trigger on an implementation of Microsoft's Amalga software.

    Written by Elizabeth Montalbano09 June 09 04:54
  • Swine flu threat raises telework questions

    The possibility of a widespread swine flu outbreak is prompting companies to think about business continuity and how options such as telework may become a necessity.

    Written by Ann Bednarz29 April 09 09:01
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  • Swine flu: watching for signs of H1N1 havoc

    At companies in the North America, Europe and northern Asia, swine flu may be the last thing on the minds of those in charge of security, pandemic planning and disaster preparedness. After all, it's summer and flu season is still months away.

    Written by Bill Brenner23 July 09 02:14
  • Swine flu: a wake-up call for emergency planners

    The world went into panic mode over Swine Flu when it began spreading like wildfire early last month, first in Mexico, then the United States and beyond. Then it became evident that most cases were mild -- no worse than garden-variety seasonal flu. People moved on in search of something else to worry about.

    Written by Bill Brenner04 June 09 09:15
  • 10 Tips for Swine Flu Planning for CIOs and IT Leaders

    As the swine flu outbreak spreads, CIOs and other IT executives are dusting off their pandemic plans and preparing for the possibility of high levels of employee absenteeism and extended telework scenarios.

    Written by Carolyn Duffy Marsan30 April 09 11:06
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