EHR Mandate Riles Massachusetts Doctors
Doctor's angry blog post calls attention to year-old law that would punish those who don't meet Meaningful Use EHR criteria with loss of their medical licenses.
Website Aims To Inspire Digital Makers
Non-profit educational group Nesta addresses U.K.'s fading IT heritage through Make Things Do Stuff, a website that offers British teens online tools that foster digital creativity.
O2's Outsourcing Plans Spark Anger
Spanish telco's U.K. brand, O2, says it doesn't need as many call center staffers to help customers since the rise of the smartphone. But its plans for dealing with that change have been fiercely attacked.
Is Data Quality Overrated?
MetLife and search-and-rescue teams prove that sometimes as-is data is good enough for serving customers and saving lives.
DOD Seeks Commercial EHR
Hagel shoots down possibility of DOD adopting VA's Vista and sinks the joint iEHR. Epic Systems might win out.
CloudCheckr Monitors Amazon GovCloud
Amazon cloud performance monitoring system goes a step further than competitors with specialized version that complies with federal security regulations.
Debate Grows Over Big Tech Taxes
Lawmakers are increasingly targeting the tax practices of big companies like Apple and Google. But should the focus be on the rules of international business?
Apple iOS 6 Wins DOD Approval
Apple devices running iOS 6 join BlackBerrys and Samsung Galaxy devices as approved by DOD for use by military and government workers.
Windows 8: 4 Things I've Learned
After spending two weeks on a touchscreen laptop, I've revisited my initial assumptions about Windows 8. But don't kid yourself: Joe and Jane user will need training.
Smartphone Theft: What Is Best Defense?
While mobile network operators are creating a global database to track stolen smartphones, some police say that's not enough. New York's Attorney General wants more from smartphone makers.