In order to help the economy, one industry expert says giving power back to consumers is better than breaking up tech companies.
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New technology will always find a home in the workplace, and training methods are evolving to incorporate that new tech. However, proved and trusted instruction methods aren’t going away, according to a new study. IT trade association CompTIA’s new report, “Workforce and Learning Trends 2020,” reveals that a hybrid model of learning and development that […]
Practice Fusion made a deal with an unknown drug company to develop a tool in a digital record system to push opioid drugs on patients.
Security breaches often bring to mind malicious attackers hacking into computer systems… But major healthcare system breaches have shown vulns are more often the result of system misconfiguration. While such breaches cause significant reputational damages, HIPAA fines can add insult to injury, with the healthcare sector average fine of $6.45 million, leading all other sectors. This creates […]
Is green computing something the major cloud providers (Amazon, Microsoft, and Google) care about? Even if the answer is yes, how much does it matter? As the data center market continues to expand, it is making an impact not only on the economy but on the environment as well. Public cloud offers enterprises more scalability […]
Google is allowing law enforcement to access data in different ways, charging resimbursement fees for each information request.
A group of smaller tech companies went to court to complain about how Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple are bullying them and minimizing their success.
So, which Democratic candidate actually won the Iowa caucuses? Well, more than 24 hours after Monday night’s early look into the Democratic primaries, and we still don’t’ really know. According to the New York Times, only 71% of precincts were reporting results as of Wednesday morning. So why is it taking this long? Surely it’s […]
Modern Information Technology practices are a moving target. For businesses that are not focused on continually advancing the technology tools they are using, it’s easy to get left behind. With continuous improvement in mind, it’s good to take a step back to look at the bigger picture. How is IT changing? And what will 2020 […]
If this is the first time you’re hearing about this, you haven’t been paying attention. Microsoft officially ended support for Windows 7 on Jan. 14, meaning the company won’t issue any patches or updates for the operating system first introduced in July 2009. Most importantly, the operating system won’t receive any security patches, putting those […]