I think you confused two parts of the article...
“We were able to move swiftly,” Izbrand said. “We are offering credit monitoring and identity-theft protection and any other assistance our employees want.” The credit and identity-theft services are being provided by an independent company, he said.
KCI is a publicly traded company that designs, markets and services products involved in the healing process and treatment of wounds. Its products include hospital beds and mattress replacements.
I disagree that the problem isn't that someone sent this spreadsheet to the entire company. It's not unreasonable for someone in HR to create something like that for a specific task, but it should be guarded closely. Maybe you meant it shouldn't have been so easily accessible that it could accidentally be emailed to the entire company, but that's not what you stated. That so-called bigwig should be reprimanded harshly if there's anyone above him.
Would the "stylus" be required for input? It is on any Wacom device.
While such a device is a pipe-dream for artists (and has been for a LONG time), I seriously doubt the public wants to give up the versatility of finger gestures in favor of a pen, even a pressure-sensitive one.
A few of the Wacom Bamboo tablets support stylus + multitouch. They're also some of the least expensive available.
Try SRWare Iron. That's what I use when Firefox doesn't work.
In their own words: SRWare Iron: The browser of the future - based on the free Sourcecode "Chromium" - without any problems at privacy and security
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