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Brien Posey, Freelance Writer and Former CIO
1/14/2014 - Could Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems already be obsolete? At first blush, the question sounds absolutely ridiculous. After all, the vast majority of healthcare organizations have ...
David Wagner, Managing Editor
12/24/2013 - To make all those toy deliveries, Santa must have a heck of a CIO. You figure he's got to have an incredible supply chain management system, ERP, CRM, and a heck of a lot of storage, not ...
Paul Ferrill, CTO, Avionics Test and Analysis Corp
10/21/2013 - Microsoft's Windows Azure Backup (WAB) cloud offering reached general availability (GA) status on October 15, just a few days before the final release of a bevy of new product releases, ...
Jim O'Reilly, Consultant
10/2/2013 - The Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) has been the mainstay of data integrity protection since the early 90s. The idea is to create enough redundant information from blocks of ...
Andrew Froehlich, Network Engineer & IT Consultant
10/2/2013 - Most enterprise IT infrastructures these days consist of a patchwork of equipment from a variety of different manufacturers, but it might be time to change that.
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John Pflueger, Principal Environmental Strategist, Dell
10/15/2012 - The importance of energy hit home for me when I first watched Turk Pipkin's interview with Richard Smalley in Turk's 2006 film, Nobelity. In this interview, Professor Smalley gave his ...
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