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Monday, June 20, 2011
- Success of ACO model hinges on clinical data analytics
Getting physicians and hospitals to sign up for ACO adoption will require some heavy IT lifting. Clinical data analytics will support these potential payment game-changers.
- Data management at Teachers Credit Union
How does 132TB go into 8TB? Colin Thomas, CIO of the Teachers Credit Union, has changed his data management strategy to achieve the impossible
- Attackers target Microsoft IE flaw in drive-by attacks
Researchers detected a drive-by attack contained in malicious code hosted on a compromised restaurant website.
- Offering managed wired and wireless LAN: Why a unified strategy?
Many companies turn to partners for managed wireless LAN to lower costs. Pavlov Media took that business model a step further, offering combined managed wired and wireless LAN.
- Quantum launches StorNext storage file system on appliance
Quantum ships StorNext storage file system on bundled appliance to serve as metadata controller; indicates more appliances coming so users don?t have to build their own systems.
- Cloud computing winners and losers: Our audience says?
Cloud computing is off to a slow start amongst enterprise IT buyers, but they are starting to pick suppliers and feel out the market. Who's in and who's out?
- Content analytics uses: sentiment analytics, e-discovery and more
Early users of text and sentiment analytics tools are mining unstructured data to discern patterns and uncover a variety of valuable insights.
- Answering FAQs about customer satisfaction
Columnist John Ragsdale answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the universal CRM metric.
- Will Microsoft's messaging monopoly devolve into a mere utility?
Microsoft has an iron grip on the desktop and now the messaging-collaboration market, but its fortunes could fade if it can't generate new services based on those products.
- Midmarket business intelligence planning: assessing technology options
New types of business intelligence technology, including SaaS BI and open source BI tools, might be a good fit for small and medium-sized businesses. But there are tradeoffs to consider.
- Chertoff warns of growing information security attacks from small cyberattack groups
Attacks against RSA and defense contractors could be from smaller groups, not state sponsored terrorism, warns former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff.
- Apple?s weird storage decision
Apple has adopted a non-standard SATA interface in new iMacs. We?re trying to figure out why.
- Tips on creating a midmarket BI project plan ? and keeping it on track
Most small and medium-sized businesses can?t afford the luxury of dedicated business intelligence teams, which can complicate the process of developing and implementing a BI project plan.
- New Adobe sandbox hardens Acrobat family, adds Protected View
Protected View builds on Adobe Reader X Protected Mode, isolating processes to make it more difficult for malicious code to access the underlying operating system.