Poll: Many U.S. workers OK with stealing corporate data; IT positions to require certification, business savvy;

> Nearly half of American workers say "no problem" to stealing corporate data--customer lists, product plans, other key intellectual property--if they were leaving their company for another job, according to a Harris Interactive poll for security software vendor SailPoint. Article

> Employers will seek IT workers having hybrid skills that mix technology and business management expertise, along with certifications, over the next four years. Story

> ProSanos has taken the wraps off of CEWorks, an analytic application that it says provides comparative effectiveness data on demand. ProSanos release

> Additional predicted properties and a customizable layout highlight ChemAxon's update to the chemicalize.org web based service. ChemAxon release

> Global CRO PAREXEL has unveiled an integrated temperature recording solution for study drug transportation as part of its expanded Clinical Logistics Services. Parexel release

And Finally... The top counterfeit drugs report. Story

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