Profile of Marianne Kolbasuk McGeeSenior Writer, InformationWeek
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Marianne Kolbasuk McGee is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Marianne Kolbasuk McGee
posted in November 2005
Renewed confidence about personal finances and improved job satisfaction provided a boost, but the survey showed that optimism was diluted by growing concerns about end-of-year layoffs.
Car rental company Thrifty uses a tool called GlobalLink to automatically pull content for translations and place it back into content-management systems for posting to the Web—all without the help of IT.
North Carolina system aims to provide early warning of a deadly outbreak.
The site will let women securely access and control their medical information, including digital mammography images stored in the National Digital Medical Archive.
It is the first statewide monitoring system that collects data from all hospitals that have 24-hour emergency room departments.
The suspect is accused of operating a fund-raising Web site for Islamic militants and encouraging them to wage jihad--or holy war--in Afghanistan and Chechnya between 1999 and 2003.
President Bush hasn't asked for my opinion lately, and I know he and I wouldn't see eye to eye on many important issues--like stem-cell research--even if he were the tiniest bit interested in what I had to say. However, I must admit that there is at least one subject where he and I are on the same general page--the need for this country's health-care system to rid itself of its addiction to paper.
Four groups of companies will develop an architecture and prototype network for the secure sharing of patient information among hospitals, labs, pharmacies, and physicians in the selected participating regional markets.
Vegas.com cuts the time involved in planning IT projects and produces more accurate estimates of the resources needed with tools from Scope iT Inc.
Last month, health-care workers were the most optimistic, followed by accounting and financial services pros. IT pros were less optimistic than workers in those other sectors.
President Bush's plan includes a biosurveillance information system and a public Web site