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Sample Visio – SharePoint Server – Hosting Scenario

Posted in SharePoint,Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the August 24th, 2011
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Sample Visio – SharePoint Server – Corporate Intranet Portal Site

Posted in SharePoint,Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the August 20th, 2011
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Sample Visio – SharePoint Server – Upgrading Office 12 SharePoint Servers Products

Posted in SharePoint,Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the August 18th, 2011
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Sample Visio – HITRUST – HIPAA IT Artifacts

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 Free Visio HITRUST Document download

HITRUST_HIPAA_Artifacts.vsd

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“HIAA” – Health Insurers Association of America and “AAHP” – American Association of Health Plans members

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Sample PM – Controls

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Sample Visio – SharePoint Server – Sub-Upgrade Scenario

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Sample Visio – Planning and Designing Office SharePoint Server 20xx Applications

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Sample Visio – SharePoint Server – Enterprise Content Management

Posted in SharePoint,Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the August 11th, 2011
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Sample Visio – HITRUST HIE Managed Services

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Sample Visio – Office SharePoint Server Infrequent Changes to Web Content

Posted in SharePoint,Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the August 10th, 2011
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HIPAA – Health Privacy – Generally Speaking

Posted in Compliances (1300),Policies - Standards (600) by Guest on the August 9th, 2011

One in five American adults believes that a health care provider, insurance plan, government agency or employer has improperly disclosed personal medical information. Half of these people believe that it resulted in personal embarrassment or harm.

One in seven Americans has done something out of the ordinary to keep personal medical information confidential. To protect their privacy and avoid embarrassment, stigma, and discrimination, people withhold information from their health care providers, provide inaccurate information, doctor-hop to avoid a consolidated medical record, pay out-of pocket for care that is covered by insurance, and – in the most extreme cases – avoid care altogether.

One in four U.S. adults say they never trust health plans and government programs, such as Medicare, to keep their information private and confidential.

Twenty-seven percent of those polled believed that their medical information had been improperly disclosed. Almost a third of health care leaders could describe confidentiality violations in their organizations in detail.

Twenty-four percent of health care leaders polled knew violations of patient confidentiality and could describe the violations in detail.

Eleven percent of consumers said that they or a family member paid out of pocket for health care, rather than submit a claim, in order to protect their privacy.

Seven percent of consumers chose not to seek care because they didn’t want to harm their “job prospects or other life opportunities.”

Only eighteen percent of the public considers the use of patient records for medical research without prior permission to be very acceptable. Thirty-nine percent found the use somewhat acceptable. The public’s comfort level increased if the information released did not identify individual patients, but one-third found it not at all acceptable for researchers to use non-identifiable health information without patient consent.

Seventy-seven percent of the respondents said the privacy of their personal health information is very important; sixty-one percent are very concerned that their personal health information might be made available to others without their consent; fifty-five percent would not trust an insurance company or a managed care company to keep their personal health information private and secure.

Nearly four out of ten people with multiple sclerosis surveyed said that they had lied or failed to disclose their diagnosis to family members, friends, or colleagues because they feared what would happen if people knew they had MS. Concerns about having their MS diagnosis known by others included fear of job loss and stigma.

Seventy-five percent of people are concerned about health Web sites sharing information without their permission.

A significant percentage of people do not and will not engage in certain health-related activities online because of their concerns about privacy and security: Forty percent of people will not give a doctor online access to their medical records; twenty-five percent will not buy or refill prescriptions; and sixteen percent will not register at sites. 

Seventeen percent of people don’t even go online merely to seek health information due to their concerns over privacy.

Seventy-six percent of online users in very good or good health are concerned or very concerned that their health insurer will use information they provide online to a Web site to limit or affect coverage; sixty percent of these individuals are concerned or very concerned about their health insurer knowing about their health-related activities online.

Sixty percent of online users in very good or good health are concerned or very concerned that their employer will use health information they provide online to a Web site to limit job opportunities or affect job status; fifty-two percent of these individuals are concerned or very concerned about their employer knowing about their health-related activities online.

On overwhelming majority of Internet users are worried about others finding out about their online activities: eighty-nine percent of Internet users are worried that Internet companies might sell or give away information and eighty-five percent fear that insurance companies might change their coverage after finding out what online information they accessed.

Sixty-three percent of Internet “healthseekers” and sixty percent of all Internet users oppose the idea of keeping medical records online, even at a secure, password protected site, because they fear other people will see those records.

Eighty-one percent of Internet “healthseekers” want the right to sue a Web company if they violate their own privacy policy.

Eighty percent of “health seekers” say it is important to them that they can get information anonymously. For the most part, users don’t share personal information: only twenty-one percent have provided their email address to a health Web site; only seventeen percent have provided their name or other identifying information; and only nine percent have participated in an online support group about a health condition. (Note that fifty-four percent of all Internet users have shared personal information at a Web site.)

Eighty-five percent of those polled indicated that they were very concerned or somewhat concerned that insurers or employers might have access to and use their genetic information.

Sixty-three percent of people reported that they would not take genetic tests for diseases if insurers or employers could access the tests; eighty-five percent felt that employers should be prohibited from obtaining information about an individual’s genetic conditions, risks, and predispositions.

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Citrix Ports

Component

Type

Port

Details

Citrix License Server

 

License Manager Daemon
TCP
27000
Handles initial point of contact for license requests
Citrix Vendor Daemon
TCP
7279
Check-in/check-out of Citrix licenses
License Management Console
TCP
8082
Web-based administration console
Common Citrix Communication Ports
Citrix Receiver
TCP
80/443
Communication with Merchandising Server
ICA
TCP
1494
Access to applications and virtual desktops
Session Reliability
TCP
2598
Access to applications and virtual desktops
IMA
TCP
2512
Independent Management Architecture (IMA)
Management Console
TCP
2513
Citrix Management Consoles
Application / Desktop Request
TCP
80/8080/443
XML Service
STA
TCP
80/8080/443
Secure Ticketing Authority (embedded into XML
Service)
XenApp
Offline Plug-in
SMB
445
Communication with Application Hub (File Server /
Share)
HTTP/S
80/443
Communication with Application Hub (Web Server
/ File Server / Share)
Power & Capacity
Management Agent
TCP
11161
Communication with Concentrator
Database
TCP
1433
Microsoft SQL Server
XenDesktop
XenCenter
TCP
22
SSH
TCP
443
Management using XenAPI
TCP
5900
VNC for Linux Guests
TCP
3389
RDP for Windows Guests
Resource Pool
TCP
22
SSH
  TCP
443
Management using XenAPI
Infrastructure
TCP/UDP
123
NTP
TCP/UDP
53
DNS
TCP
389
Active Directory
TCP/UDP
139
ISO Store: NetBIOS Session Service
TCP/UDP
445
ISO Store: Microsoft-DS
Lab Manager
End-Device to Lab Manager
Server User Interface
TCP
8443
End device communication with Lab Manager
Server User interface
End-Device to Virtual
Machines
TCP
3389
RDP for Windows Guests
TCP
5900
VNC for Linux Guests
End-Device to Virtualization
Host
TCP
5900 –
5999
Connections for XenServer
TCP
2179
Connections for Microsoft Hyper-V
VMAgent to Lab Manager Server
TCP/UDP
35110 –
35112
Server Discovery ports for VMAgent
  TCP
8443
Secure (HTTPS) Server Discovery ports for
VMAgent
Lab Manager Server to Active Directory
TCP
389
LDAP
  TCP
636
LDAP over SSL (LDAPS)
StageManager
End-Device to StageManager
Server User Interface
TCP
9443
End device communication with StageManager
Server User interface
End-Device to Virtual
Machines
TCP
3389
RDP for Windows Guests
TCP
5900
VNC for Linux Guests
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ITIL V3 – Types of Metrics

 Types visio document download, of ITIL Service Metrics

Types of Metrics.doc

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Sample – Business Rule Considerations

Posted in Business (600) by Guest on the August 8th, 2011

 “Not a Technology Event, but a Business Event…”

Think strategically

And act proactively!

Creating a Recovery Catalog

Hot Standby
Cloning
Backups
Logical Standby Preparation

Dashboard

Reports

CPU Utilization

Threads

Synchronization

Data depth

Encryption

Performance

Complexity

Geographic’s

Native Security

Where to start

Out of the Box

So easy an integration consultant can do it

Summarized project statuses

Equals

Not Equals

Less Than

Less Than or Equal

Greater Than or Equal

Like

Null

Not Null

Contains

Not Contains

Budget Friendly Services

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Sample Visio – HITRUST HIE Single Sign on Spectrum

Posted in Compliances (1300),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the August 7th, 2011
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Sample Word – Sample Project Mangement Controls

Posted in Projects (400) by Guest on the August 5th, 2011
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Sample Visio – HITRUST – Spectrum – eHealth Overview

Posted in Compliances (1300),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the August 2nd, 2011
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