Did they apply to have the people involved banned from any further directorships?
235 posts • joined 24 Feb 2012
Had a colleague once hit the reply-all to another colleague to say the customer was being a muppet. Unfortunately for him, customer was in the original CC list. Needless to say, he didn't last until the end of the day.
This is exactly why the reply-all should be either greyed out or an optional added field!
"Pharmacies and nursing homes won't necessarily have access to the NHS email system." She added that they often need "something they can print and physically stick in their paper records".
And also less secure and open to phishing/spear attacks etc. etc. and they still won't have the paper record fro their files!
I don't understand why the ICO don't object to any companies making themselves insolvent or striking themselves off the register.
Companies Act 2006 section 1006
The failure to provide you with a copy of the application to strike off is a criminal offence.s.1006(4)
If it was done with the intention of concealing the striking off from you then that is an aggravated offence s1006(5)
They are only simple if you have an IT department who knows what they are doing. It could be said that Windows patches are equally simple and speedy to apply if they are being pushed out by a mechanism such as Windows Update for Business or by IT departments centrally for Enterprise installs.
But at least they're doing something and being pro-active about it (even if it is only for their customers). This does make me wonder if they are actually breaking OFCOM regulations by not delivering the call to it's intended recipient though. I'd like to see each and every telecoms company provide this service FOC!
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