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NEWS ANALYSIS: The tech hardware industry, along with a vast number of organizations, has found a way to bridge the digital divide providing some kind of computer to nearly anyone who needs them. But those computers need access to data.
A Patient Care Dashboard SLIDESHOW
Following the introduction of Windows 8, Microsoft has demonstrated a prototype application for the new OS designed to help doctors and nurses manage their workflow and enable smooth patient care transitions. Called Rounds, the app lets doctors and nurses keep track of patients from check-in...
Various market reports are noting a tepid response to Microsoft Windows 8 devices. But an industry analyst says customers just need time to adjust to the new user interface.
With the introduction of Windows 8 on Oct. 26, health IT has a new environment in which to develop resources and clinical applications. Among the more than 10,000 apps in the Windows Store are several that are geared toward health. Windows 8 apps are designed to run across multiple devices,...
Apple is viewed as a company that's insulated against hard times. The company's iPhone and iPad are too popular, its brand too appealing and its legion of fans too supportive to ever allow the company to falter. With billions of dollars in the bank and with analyst predictions that sales and...
LiveTime Service Manager, the company's front-line product, will help Absolute branch out in its business with a new social network-style cloud (or on-premises) IT help desk function.
Build's Big Tent SLIDESHOW
Microsoft held a camp meeting for a few of its friends at its Redmond, Wash., campus Oct. 30. Well, it wasn't really a camp meeting; although it was held in a big tent, there were thousands of developers on hand, rather than just a few. In any event, Microsoft kicked off its Build 2012 conference...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Microsoft Windows 8 and its Surface tablet are compelling and represent one of the most important moments in the history of the company. That doesn't mean what comes next is easy.
Dell's range of new tablets, laptops and PCs bring enhanced touch computing to consumer and business machines with their new Windows 8 operating systems.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Samsung's new Chromebook is on the way, Windows 8 launches Oct. 25, Microsoft Surface tablets launch Oct. 26. Can the market absorb it all? Here's what analyst have to say.