Data Collection & Mobility Articles

  1. Manufacturing And Warehousing IT News — June 16, 2014

    In the news, U.S. factories are running at 77 percent capacity, the most in six years. Also, an article points out small and medium-sized enterprises aren’t fully leveraging mobile, social, data analytics, and cloud opportunities. And hybrid manufacturing demos at the RAPID conference drew a crowd — the method combines 3D printing with high speed milling in the same chamber.

  2. What HITECH Means For VARs

    Your clients may hear more about HIPAA, but chances are, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act impacts them just as much —  if not more — than the more commonly known legislation around patient privacy. The HITECH Act includes some twists for solutions providers, so familiarity with its base guidelines, as well as some recent developments, is an important part of keeping your business healthy.

  3. How To Comply With The New Canadian Anti-Spam Law

    The Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) takes effect July 1, 2014. This law regulates the sending of commercial electronic messages (CEMs) to anyone in Canada. Those sending a CEM must get the consent of those they are sending the messages to.

  4. Healthcare IT News For VARs — June 13, 2014

    In this week’s news, IBM teams up with Epic, and Meaningful Use Stage 2 continues to see slow growth.

  5. IT Channel Members List Pitfalls To Avoid In The Healthcare Market

    One of the biggest mistakes VARs make is not fully understanding the needs of healthcare industry, especially regarding compliance issues.

  6. ACA Requirements Spark Opportunities Around Storage, Collection Of Patient Data

    The Affordable Care Act has changed the healthcare landscape for providers in innumerable ways. An influx of new patients and new regulations around how those patients interact with the system, has made the ability of a provider to estimate cost of care more important than ever. This has opened up myriad possibilities around the storage and collection of patient data, with partnerships with private enterprise making recent news headlines.

  7. Government IT News For VARs — June 11, 2014

    In the news this week, California leads the way in government Big Data innovation, and the General Services Administration faces contract-stopping protests.

  8. How To Tell If Your Website Is An Effective Lead-Generator

    Your website is often the first impression of your business on a prospect — and the impression it makes can impact whether that prospect becomes a customer. How do you know whether your website is an effective marketing tool?

  9. How Technology Benefits Healthcare Of Older Patients

    Too often technology is thought of as a venue only for the young and active. With an aging U.S. population though, the opportunities for the use of tech to improve the lives of the elderly are increasing on a daily basis. This is especially true in the healthcare industry, where the complications around aging and quality of life management are a constant challenge. 

  10. ATA Comments On Electronic Logging Devices Proposed Rule

    Since the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) first announced it would mandate the use of Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) by interstate commercial trucks and buses, IT solutions providers have anticipated a long-standing final ruling. But soon after the initial proposal, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit vacated the FMCSA’s final rule.

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