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Mission-Critical Workloads for Windows Servers
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Do Phones Really Need A Mobile High-Def Connector Port? Posted by Eric Zeman Some of the world's largest phone companies -- including the likes of Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson -- have banded together and formed the Mobile High-Definition Interface Working Group. The group's plan is to create a new, standardized port for mobile phones that can feed high-definition video and audio signals to HDTVs. Is this really necessary?
More SaaS IT Service Management Options Posted By Andrew Conry-Murray
AccelOps' latest software release adds new features for network and data center service management, both for premises and SaaS deployments.
Wireless Technologies Help With Alzheimer's Care Posted By Mitch Wagner
As the Alzheimer's spreads, healthcare companies are developing wireless technologies to help caregivers look after their charges. The technologies monitor people with Alzheimer's to make sure they're not in trouble, with a particular focus on making sure that patients don't wander off.
What IT Needs To Know About E-Discovery: Webcast Posted By Andrew Conry-Murray
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Diagnosing IT Problems In Healthcare Posted By Marianne Kolbasuk McGee
The ability to quickly trouble-shoot network and other IT infrastructure problems escalates as a top priority as healthcare providers replace paper patient records with electronic ones. It's bad enough when billing systems are down, but a hitch with a server running clinical systems could translate to delays in care if doctors can't access patients' medical records.
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