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 May 2005
The deal gives Health and Human Services employees unlimited access to a range of Novell products, but there's no plan to unseat Microsoft software
After spending a couple of days this week surrounded by dozens of teens and tweens at a WiredKids summit in D.C., it became pretty clear to me that many of our young devote an awful lot of time to writing.
Legislators, law-enforcement officials, educators, and members of WiredKids met in Washington to discuss ways to help kids and parents handle Internet bullying.
The new LifeBook B6000 features a larger and brighter screen and more memory.
A new study indicates that salaries for contract technology workers fell slightly in the first quarter, but employers were willing to pay more for certain skills and in some geographic regions.
The vendor, A2iA, is trying to sell the tool for use in other companies' applications.
Sen. Edward Kennedy notes that amount is as much as the entire federal government is debating spending on health IT pilots.
A bill introduced this week in Congress proposes more funding for developing regional organizations for sharing health-care information.
Health and Human Services secretary will unveil a report that includes recommendations from business executives across the country for increasing the use of IT in health care.
New use of videoconferencing technology links emergency-room doctors with off-site stroke experts.
Human-capital-management software vendor Kronos unveils Workforce Leave to help companies track, enforce, and manage employee-leave policies.
Survey by staffing firm finds IT workers more confident than those in any other sector. But personal finances remain a concern.
Hospitals and other companies that depend heavily on chemicals have thousands of pages of paper with hazardous-material guidelines.