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 September 2007
The purchase is expected to better assist Iron Mountain's 45,000 customers who need storage and management of paper and digital records, including radiology films.
Forty-seven percent of tech pros admit they've kissed a co-worker, according to a survey of 5,700 U.S. workers conducted by Harris Interactive for job site CareerBuilder.com.
Blendtec's viral marketing strategy helped it raise awareness and even share ad revenue with Revver, the hosting company for the videos.
Ideas range from technologies that replicate original images into 3-D virtual images that can be touched and broadband technologies that support huge amounts of data.
In the next 10 years, about one-in-three companies expect 20% or more of their workforce will be eligible to retire, according Monster's recent national survey of 550 HR managers.
Montefiore Medical Center said its ERP software enabled an overhaul in purchasing processes and savings of $72 million over the last 10 years
Who's using e-mail to notify workers of layoffs and firings? A Harris Interactive survey finds it tends to be firms with 1,000 or more employees.
Assessing current staff skills and anticipating future needs is imperative, as the IT industry prepares for its first wave of employees hitting retirement age.
The new six-year deal announced on Tuesday is an expansion of an existing relationship, with Dell taking over full management of Seton's IT infrastructure.
In announcing its partnership with Children's Hospital Boston, Dossia signals it remains committed to developing a secure personal health record system, in spite of early problems.
Some hospitals are using hybrid e-health record systems to improve patient care and lower the cost of medical transcription services.
Industry consortium Open Group will unveil a new program to provide vendor-neutral professional certifications to IT experts who have depth of skills and experience in particular technical areas.
A coalition of medical technology companies aims to connect patients' in-home health monitoring devices with remote caregivers and electronic personal health records.
A bipartisan group of 13 governors told Congress that more visas for foreign workers are needed to ensure economic growth and innovation.
Around 14% of the CIOs surveyed by IT staffing firm Robert Half Technology plan to hire more staff, while 2% anticipate cutbacks.
The hotly contested reform proposal includes provisions such as setting damages based on an invention's contribution to the overall product.
Technology used in HP's inkjet printers could be used to deliver medicines through a thousand tiny needles embedded in the skin.
The suit against several large automotive and apparel companies says they are infringing on patents with the functions they provide customers on their Web sites.
Still, tech workers as a group are more upbeat about their jobs than the overall 9,000 workers across all the sectors that Hudson surveys.