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 March 2007
The retailer along with the University of Arkansas and Blue Cross Blue Shield hopes to eliminate medical errors from the current practices in health care supply network.
Only a handful of U.S. acute care hospitals have reached a tipping point, according to a new report.
Will this be the year they raise the cap?
The "Strive Act," which addresses many hot-button issues, including border security, might have a better chance of passage this time around.
Nearly six in 10 CIOs said they work 46 to 55 hours a week, while 20% said they work between 56 and 65 hours a week.
Industry group CompTIA pushes for digital home technology integrator certification to ensure quality.
365 Main has managed to cut its data center energy consumption by 12.5% a month without cutting performance, saving tens of thousands of dollars in 2006.
This is the second time Dr. C. Martin Harris will help the Bush administration evaluate the country's health information procedures.
In cooperation with institutions of higher learning, IBM is developing a new Services Sciences, Management, and Engineering curriculum.
VisaNow estimates that its flat-rate pricing can reduce immigration fees as much as 50%.
Why? Blame goes to the complexity of their companies' IT infrastructure and poorly defined goals.
The proclamation urges changes that would help double the number of U.S. graduates in math, science, and technology by 2015, and make it easier for American companies to hire foreign tech talent.
"America's young people must come to see science and math degrees as the key to opportunity. If we fail at this, we will be unable to compete in the global economy," Gates said.
IT pros last month rated their job confidence at 112.3, up 7.7 points since January, according to analyst firm Hudson.
SupportSoft's evaluation covered about 2 million call logs for 20 large global companies.