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Small Sensors Driving E-Health Revolution
Pablo Valerio  
10/3/2013   36 comments
Small sensors are about to give doctors access to data like never before.
Data Explosion Won't Trouble European WiFi
Pablo Valerio  
9/25/2013   21 comments
The European Commission is making moves to further expand WiFi access to handle rising big-data demands.
Healthcare CIOs Need Personalized Medicine
Pablo Valerio  
9/24/2013   20 comments
Personalized healthcare is making drugs more effective, saving lives, and promising much more.
American Cloud Providers Need Bigger European Infrastructure
Pablo Valerio  
8/28/2013   29 comments
NSA spying is hurting American cloud providers abroad.
'Herd Effects' Affect Online Ratings, Rendering Them Useless
Pablo Valerio  
8/21/2013   39 comments
Being liked on social media doesn't mean what you think it means.
Mobile Minutes as a Currency
Pablo Valerio  
8/20/2013   45 comments
Companies can drive loyalty and sales by being more creative with their currency.
Michigan Cancer Consortium Hacked, Not a HIPAA Violation?
Pablo Valerio  
7/17/2013   11 comments
Some legal speak may allow the state of Michigan to avoid a major HIPAA penalty. Should you follow suit or avoid their ways?
Social Games Help Patients Take Medication
Pablo Valerio  
7/5/2013   34 comments
When patients can compete to see who's best at following the doctor's orders, they're less likely to forget to take their medication.
Americans Not Getting Enough Fiber
Pablo Valerio  
7/1/2013   22 comments
The US is falling behind the rest of the world's telecommunications infrastructure.
Can European Firms Trust AES Encryption?
Pablo Valerio  
6/24/2013   29 comments
Even the strongest data security tools might be compromised if data sovereignty cannot be guaranteed all the time.
Liability Shift Key to EMV Adoption in the US
Pablo Valerio  
6/21/2013   17 comments
EMV has been slow to develop in the US because of cost. But now credit card companies have a plan CIOs need to know about.
Telefónica's CEO Thinks Mobile Should Have a Bigger Piece of the Pie
Pablo Valerio  
5/31/2013   30 comments
Growing costs and a shortage of new customers has mobile companies looking for new revenue.
Barcelona's CIO Shares Mobile, IT Strategy
Pablo Valerio  
5/8/2013   10 comments
Barcelona is a city that has its focus squarely on the future.
Price Discrimination in Online Shopping
Pablo Valerio  
5/2/2013   27 comments
Price discrimination is a tool you might want to give your CMO.
Telemedicine Saves the Lives of Coronary Patients
Pablo Valerio  
4/19/2013   21 comments
A new program is cutting costs while improving care with simple-to-use technology.
Visa & MasterCard Will Penalize Not Sharing Data
Pablo Valerio  
4/15/2013   29 comments
Visa and Mastercard are playing hardball to get data.
Why Electronic Cash Might Work Now
Pablo Valerio  
3/28/2013   95 comments
Advances in security and mobility make a cashless society more likely.
2013 Could Be the Year of Mobile NFC
Pablo Valerio  
3/26/2013   27 comments
OEMs have made NFC ubiquitous, but it is now time for apps to make it used by consumers.
Mobile Devices Improve Outpatient Care
Pablo Valerio  
3/19/2013   64 comments
Healthcare CIOs will want to take some time to investigate mobile options for outpatient care. Here's why.
The EU's Cybersecurity Strategy
Pablo Valerio  
3/12/2013   16 comments
The EU's new security intiative requires a response from CIOs.
European Telecoms & the EU Now Considering Pan-European
Pablo Valerio  
3/8/2013   10 comments
Pan-european networks will help businesses, consumers, and providers.
Mobile World Congress 2013 Barcelona Highlights
Pablo Valerio  
3/5/2013   12 comments
Some quick highlights of Mobile World Congress 2013.
EHR Reduces the Cost of Medical Research
Pablo Valerio  
2/22/2013   14 comments
While the cost savings of EHR in hospitals is still dubious, it is helping research.
Telefónica to Launch NFC-Based P2P Payments in Europe
Pablo Valerio  
2/13/2013   8 comments
Another attempt at beaming money.
EHRs Don't Provide Savings
Pablo Valerio  
2/4/2013   17 comments
New research shows that EHRs haven't yet reduced healthcare costs like they promised.
Consumer Cloud-Based Tools Most Banned in the Enterprise
Pablo Valerio  
1/31/2013   81 comments
Some of the top apps banned from the enterprise.
Enterprise-Ready Mobile Devices an Alternative to BYOD
Pablo Valerio  
1/29/2013   24 comments
Consumer phone and tablet makers are waking up to enterprise security.
New HIPAA Rules for CIOs
Pablo Valerio  
1/23/2013   14 comments
New HIPAA rules will have CIOs hopping.
Medical Devices & Apps Mine Healthcare Data
Pablo Valerio  
1/18/2013   15 comments
Unregulated medical devices cause problems for CIOs.
EU Gets Aggressive With Digital Agenda 2013
Pablo Valerio  
1/16/2013   8 comments
The goal is to have a true Digital Europe emerge during 2013 that meets the needs of businesses, consumers, and governments.
Flexible Manufacturing & IT Makes Zara the World’s Largest Fashion Retailer
Pablo Valerio  
1/11/2013   13 comments
Using IT for "just-in-time" manufacturing and retail supply.
Data Breaches by UK Health Services Staff Are Increasing
Pablo Valerio  
12/31/2012   71 comments
Because of the ease of accessing the information, improper usage of healthcare records is increasing worldwide.
Manufacturing in the US Good for China
Pablo Valerio  
12/28/2012   65 comments
Moving final assembly closer to home will help US OEMs without hurting Chinese companies, in a rare win-win.
EU Data Privacy Laws Help European Firms Capture Cloud
Pablo Valerio  
12/27/2012   12 comments
One European cloud service provider says that security regulations are actually benefiting his business, attracting both European and American customers.
Free Textbooks or Plagiarism?
Pablo Valerio  
12/13/2012   31 comments
A company offering free textbooks to schools is either the breakthrough schools have been waiting for, or a legal nightmare.
Torrevieja Hospital Saves $430 Per Patient Using the Cloud
Pablo Valerio  
12/12/2012   10 comments
Cleverly deploying standard cloud and mobile technology has saved a hospital millions while also improving patient care.
ING & MasterCard Trying New Mobile Payment System for Online
Pablo Valerio  
11/30/2012   21 comments
QR codes and smartphones may allow for one-click shopping.
International Software Pricing Is a Mess
Pablo Valerio  
11/23/2012   42 comments
Complicated international software pricing schemes are a challenge to companies and governments alike.
Using Cloud 'Likely' Waives Data Ownership
Pablo Valerio  
11/15/2012   19 comments
Will your cloud computing decisions be affected by the US Attorney's statement that states that you don't have any property rights to the data you put in the cloud?
Internet Voting Test
Pablo Valerio  
11/6/2012   52 comments
Edmonton is testing an e-voting platform that could be the way we vote in the future.
IT Nixes Big Bank Deal
Pablo Valerio  
11/5/2012   13 comments
Bad IT can kill huge bank deals even if the other factors are in place.
Finally, Unbreakable Message Encryption
Pablo Valerio  
10/26/2012   35 comments
Zero-knowledge, serverless encryption services that require no user registration can't tell anyone who you are or what you said.
The Cloud Could Create 2.5 Million Jobs in Europe
Pablo Valerio  
10/24/2012   25 comments
The EU is making efforts to jumpstart the cloud.
DOJ & HHS Find $429M of Medicare Fraud
Pablo Valerio  
10/12/2012   15 comments
EHRs and data-driven analysis help find fraudulent billing practices.
IT Project Management: Think Small
Pablo Valerio  
10/11/2012   6 comments
In my experience, there are many advantages to IT departments breaking things down into small teams, even when managing big projects.
CIOs Should Take Flying Lessons
Pablo Valerio  
10/8/2012   32 comments
Transfering the lessons of flight to IT management.
Riots in China Could Cause Delays for OEMs
Pablo Valerio  
10/5/2012   13 comments
Disruptions in China could affect OEMs everywhere.
Facebook Facial Recognition Could Be Used by Retailers
Pablo Valerio  
10/4/2012   21 comments
Retailers could link Facebook pictures to people walking through their stores.
Physical Security: The Missing Link in Data Protection
Pablo Valerio  
10/2/2012   19 comments
Private security firms view security very differently than most. Should you follow suit?
Preparing Electronic Options for US Elections
Pablo Valerio  
9/27/2012   83 comments
E-voting is coming of age and government CIOs need to start taking a closer look at it.
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