Profile of Richard Hoffman
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Richard Hoffman is owner of Geomancy Consulting and an IT industry veteran. Most recently he directed Internet strategy and Web operations for Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Articles by Richard Hoffman
Implementing electronic records and meeting Meaningful Use rules are top of the list in our Health IT Priorities survey. Is there room for breakthrough technology?
Education is one of Apple's traditional markets, but the company's gear isn't always a perfect fit.
Apple devices are supported in nine out of 10 companies, our research finds, but IT needs ways to manage them more efficiently and securely.
We compared the Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, the iMac, the Mac Mini, and XServe, to help you choose the Apple computer that's right for you.
The Xserve rackmount server offers solid performance and broad standards support at an excellent price.
When testing the new 15-inch MacBook Pro, the most frequent question was "What's not to like?" The answer: Not much.
Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows can now live nicely together without fighting -- if you've got either Boot Camp or Parallels Desktop for Mac. Here's how well they work.
Apple's latest desktop proves itself a winner in design, performance and flexibility.
The beta version of Apple's dual-boot enabler allows Intel-based Macs to speak Microsoft's language for the first time.
With a hard drive and business and multimedia apps, the LifeDrive boldly updates the idea of the PDA in a device that's strong . . . and a bit clumsy.
HP will package the JBoss open-source app server with its own servers and professional services, looking for a competitive edge against IBM.