- The dizzying pace of change sparked by the information technology industry gives the impression that workable solutions abound to almost every business challenge, but has IT really come through for business?
Based on anecdotal evidence collected at a recent Wisconsin technology conference, the results are mixed but getting better. The conference, presented by Full article >>>
cided to trust vendors less and themselves more. Case in point: Marshfield Clinic
, which has designed the bulk of its new system for PC tablet patient records. Approximately 1,600 employees use the tablets to remotely access patient records, including prescriptions and medical images, from a variety of healthcare settings.
This isn't Marshfiel......Full article >>>
support, but that's somewhat misleading because the 13 percent that require desktop visits account for 46 percent of maintenance costs.
Despite the fact that compliance requirements are mounting, data center density is increasing, and hackers are becoming more sophisticated, Kilroy said the IT industry is expected to help business improve on those numbers. "We have to reduce that 13 perc......Full article >>>
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