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Health 2.0: Through the Looking Glass

This year’s largest Health 2.0 conference was notable for the recasting of major companies in and out of the traditional healthcare industry. This is paired with the distinguishable groups that are leading projects and startups. Fortune 100 companies are determined to show if not expand their presence within the healthcare industry. Aetna’s CEO Mark Bertolina […]

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Greener Schools Zerofootprint’s vision in the making

The cleantech software and service company Zerofootprint is making the “green initiative” even greener as it brings forth the concept of “just how green a building is.” The Toronto-based company makes use of its software for mapping and data analysis to determine its clients’ power consumption in order to identify means of reducing their energy […]

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Self-service Information Technology: A Closer Look

Self-service Information Technology tools in forms such as business intelligence or procurement all of which empower end-users for their much craved data and service, have become ubiquitous in various industries. However, questions have been raised regarding the capability of users to play the part in this ever-changing IT scenario. Industry analysts say that the advancement […]

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IT budgets soar high come 2012

The Society of Information Management (SIM) reported in a recent survey that the turnover rates for Information Technology budgets have come back to the pre-recessionary level. This resulted to varying cheerful responses nationwide coming from Information Technology executives. The disposition of IT companies are now back on track in dealing and delivering to the demands […]

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IBM buys Q1 Labs

IBM is announcing that the company has acquired Q1 Labs, a network security intelligence software provider based in Waltham, Massachusetts. This new venture will join IBM’s new security systems division to be headed by Q1 Labs CEO Brendan Hannigan. The company has not disclosed the amount of the deal. This new security division will create […]

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Steve Jobs dies at 56

October 6 marks a sad day in technological history as the genius behind Apple has died this day. Fifty-six-year old Steve Jobs lost his battle against pancreatic cancer. Back in 2004, it was first announced that Jobs had gotten the disease. By 2009 he had undergone a liver transplant and on August 24th of this […]

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Top trends in Information Technology face inhibiting challenges

Technological advancements have been constantly reshaping the landscape of enterprises. There are top five trends in Information Technology that are making a mark in the innovation of the business world. These are IT consumerization, cloud computing, mobile devices, social media, and big data. However, these five trends also face challenges amidst fundamental growth. Information Technology […]

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Microsoft holds Android patent

The Software giant, Microsoft, announced Wednesday (September 28) that it has signed a deal with Samsung Electronics. An undisclosed amount for a patent-licensing deal over undisclosed patents has been made between the two companies. The terms of the agreement states that Microsoft will gain licensing revenue over every Android phone or tablet. The deal also […]

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What’s in a Name? Ask Apple About Getting Sued for iCloud

Unfortunately, the Cupertino computer maker or its representative has yet to comment on it. An Arizona-headquartered company just recently sued Apple for its use of a trademarked “iCloud” name it alleges to have infringed on. That was fast, considering the name was just announced at the recent Apple World Developers Conference (WWDC) that ended last […]

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Oracle Sues Google for Patent and Copyright Infringement

Following the uphill climb of Google’s Android over the iPhone, Google found itself in the middle of yet another controversial move by Oracle Corp.  Oracle is claiming that the development of Android, Google’s most popular mobile operating system, was a case for patent and copyright infringement.  The law suit was filed in a federal court […]

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