NaviNet Intros SaaS EMR, Practice Management
The multi-payer web portal will integrate administrative, clinical, and financial applications in a Software-as-a-Service-based electronic medical record for small medical practices.
Social Networks Pose E-Discovery Risks
Growing corporate use of Twitter, Facebook, and cloud-based applications are creating new e-discovery demands, but c-level awareness of risks remains scarce.
Auditors Fault GSA Travel System Security
An Inspector General found the General Services Administration isn't properly checking the performance of a system that processes $28 million in travel vouchers per year.
Twitter Reaches 2 Billion Tweets
The May milestone for Tweets marks an almost 100% increase in the monthly volume of 140-character or shorter messages posted in December when Twitter hit the 1 billion mark.
HP Drives Further Into Web Printing
Scheduling automatic printing of Web content, like the daily news, is among the services HP is launching with its ePrintCenter and e-All-in-One printers.
HP Enables Print By E-Mail
The ePrint platform will utilize unique e-mail addresses and the Google cloud to remotely print Web pages and documents.
IBM Announces Development Tools In The Cloud
To support the system of systems required for contemporary product development, IBM introduced a hardware/software set for Integrated Product Management as well as development tools and software testing in the cloud.
Engine Yard Adds Second Ruby Cloud
With the launch of xCloud, the platform-as-a-service provider now offers Ruby on Rails developers a choice of Amazon's EC2 or Terremark's Enterprise Cloud.
Army Outlines Cloud Computing Strategy
Application consolidation and server virtualization are steps in a broader plan to consolidate data centers and offer cloud services across Army operations.