A recent sit-down with a new eforms-on-a-pad application sparked a fascinating conversation that underscored just how important it is to look beyond the technical specs of a new technology and consider the business model behind it as well – especially when the platform is as captivating as the Apple iPad and its growing list of competitors are
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The risk is when a brand like “Google” becomes synonymous with “search” because there are varying degrees of search technology. There are scenarios in which appliances and Internet-based search engines will not get the job done and relying on them for certain mission-critical tasks is a mistake. These limitations do not only apply to Google, but also to other in-house search solutions that are based on or derived from Internet search engine technology. Many Internet search engines are optimized to retrieve pre-defined, specific and precise specifications
Since the new LTFS technology is self-referential, it can be utilized without further information being "fed" into the stream of data from the tape. This new technology makes tape management much easier by making the file structure as familiar as an external hard drive with the limitless storage potential that tape can provide. Michael Richmond, the lead architect of this new technology, discussed the creation of LTFS with Jay Livens of Iron Mountain in a recent podcast
I’m interested in SharePoint because it's a technology that enables organizations to transform how they connect and communicate, work and work together, and manage process, projects, and information. What gets me excited about it is the impact it can have in our professional lives and the affect it can have on organizational culture and people -- similar to how technology is changing the social interactions in our personal lives
The Linear Tape File System (LTFS) is the latest development in magnetic tape, a technology that has been evolving for over 50 years and remains one of the most efficient means of storing data and information
A few days ago Ed Laprade , a friend of mine and CEO of ADNET Technologies , tweeted about an “interesting discussion” which was started by Dr
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4) What would happen if we were to banish the technology (i.e., would employees find an alternative that’s riskier?) With answers to those three questions, it’s now time for a “business technology “discussion about risk to answer the question: Is it worth it?
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That trend is quickly changing, as electronic health record (EHR) adoption is increasingly becoming a reality thanks to the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. The HITECH Act has marked the stage for some of the most significant changes to the U.S. healthcare system in generations, and it is rapidly reshaping the implementation of document capture technology. HITECH is aimed at improving healthcare outcomes, facilitating access to records and to simplifying care